Our son Trevor has just completed What Movies Can Teach Us About Disabilities. Based on extensive research and his knowledge of film as a Film and Media Studies major, this book covers ten disabilities most commonly depicted in movies, and explains all the story tropes that come with how they’re treated.
This has been a massive project that took over a year to complete, and Trevor is very satisfied with the finished product! It would be a perfect holiday gift for those who love movies, want to learn more about disabilities, or just want an informative read!
Learn more about Trevor and his other books at TrevorPacelli.com, and learn more about how you can become a published author at PacelliPublishing.com.
We wish you all a beautiful holiday season and new year!
Lonnie, Patty and Trevor Pacelli
Congratulations to the author of the 53rd book in our series, Nick D. Anderson. His book, Six-Word Lessons for Middle Managers addresses the challenging paradigm of middle management in corporate America. Middle Managers are responsible for the work of others, responsible to executive managers and responsible to peer colleagues--often at the same time. This requires a special blend of bold authority, vision, persuasion, patience, negotiation and a whole lot more! Middle managers will find quick insight and wisdom in these 100 short lessons which can be applied in real-time.
Nick has 25 years of experience in banking, leading teams through mergers, acquisitions, failures, rapid growth and more. He believes leaders are chosen by those who follow them. He founded Chosen Leader where he coaches and helps leaders to be the best they can be.
Check out Nick's book on Amazon in paperback and kindle, and let us know if you'd like to write your own book!
Congratulations to author and speaker Todd Morrison on writing and publishing his memoir, A Profound Mercy: Finding Redemption in the Despair of Our Own Doing.
Todd grew up as a missionary kid in Copenhagen, Denmark. Then his family unraveled; his parents abandoned him; his father came out as gay; he became a high-end cocaine dealer; and nearly lost everything to addiction. Todd has found unexpected mercy in the depths of despair, every time. He has written his story with a personal, compelling voice that will give anyone hope.
The cover was designed by Rachel Ronan of Kiwi Creative and Todd's book is part of our Tell Your Story series. Let us know if you'd like to write the story of your life or the founding of your business or company.
Congratulations to Randy Step for writing and publishing his book, Get Your Butt Out the Door: A 365-Day Motivational Runner's Companion! This book will do just that--make your daily run happen, whether you're an Olympic athlete or just trying to break a sweat.
For each day of the year you'll find a paragraph of motivation, inspiration and education to get out the door. Randy practices what he preaches and is an admitted obsessed runner who has run more than 70 marathons, including several at Boston. He founded a 9-Store Running Fit group, and produced 27 running events in 2019 with RF Events. He lives near Ann Arbor, Michigan with his wife Kathy.
Our 4th book in the "Tell Your Story" series is My Life on the Autism Spectrum, by Tracey Cohen. Tracey has written two other books with us, Six-Word Lessons on Female Asperger Syndrome and Six-Word Lessons on the Sport of Running.
We thoroughly enjoyed working with Tracey on this book that tells her inspiring life story of a difficult childhood of misunderstandings and not being properly diagnosed until age 39. The book is brave and honest, and a fascinating read that will help anyone gain a much better understanding of the autism spectrum, especially in girls and women.
We hope you have managed well during the pandemic and are staying healthy and safe. We are thankful to have been minimally impacted in our business and personal lives and wish you the best in health as we navigate through this season--however long it lasts!
We are here to help with any writing, editing or publishing questions or services you need.
We are proud to announce the publication of When Hope Is Not Enough: A 30-Year Journey of Faith & Community, the story of Vision House, a local nonprofit that provides transitional housing and services for families experiencing homelessness in the Puget Sound area. It is an inspiring story of a couple whose compassion for those facing homelessness 30 years ago led to apartments that house families, childcare centers and other services that have changed the lives of thousands of people.
The book is part of Pacelli Publishing’s Tell Your Story series and was written by Lynn Bohart and the Vision House staff.
If you or someone you know would like to leave a legacy and tell their story about their personal life or company, let us know and we can help you to get our story out into the world.
Reach out to Patty or Lonnie for more information. We would love to help you with your writing and publishing!
We are happy to welcome our 51st book in the Six-Word Lessons series, Six-Word Lessons on HR Practices for a Productive Workforce. The author, Juli Bacon, is a nationally-recognized speaker and the president of JB Consulting Systems. Juli and her team assist their clients in overcoming the challenges of workforce development and human resources. The book has quick and effective tips for a professional approach to recruiting, managing and retaining employees.
Every organization has a story of how they began and continue to thrive. Pacelli Publishing is offering an opportunity for nonprofits and other businesses to write their company history in a book for donors, prospective employees, or others. We hope to give many organizations an easy way to get their story out with our new book series.
It's called the Tell Your Story series, and we are writing the first book about our Six-Word Lessons series as an example and "template" to make it easy for other companies to tell their story. Contact us here if you want to learn more.
Thank you to those who came to our Author Appreciation Party! Everyone had a wonderful time and it was great to spend some time together in person. Our authors are warm, professional, quality individuals, and we appreciate each of you so much.
This week we published the 49th book in the Six-Word Lessons series, written by Rae Ann Hall, mindset coach and founder of Forward Principles. Her book, Six-Word Lessons for a Growth Mindset, contains 100 lessons for building a growth mindset to access inner strength and manage emotions to lead to positive personal growth and results in life. Rae Ann also wrote Six-Word Lessons to Overcome Abuse and Adversity. We enjoyed working with Rae Ann and congratulate her on writing her second book!
If you or anyone you know is interested in writing and publishing a book in the series, or have questions about publishing any type of book, please contact us at email@example.com.
Congratulations to David George Brooke, the author of our 48th Six-Word Lessons book! David has been a speaker, teacher, life coach, and bestselling author for over 25 years. He is a former award-winning Nordstrom Manager and has managed operations in the corporate world for over 40 years. He specializes in teaching people the benefits of living a life of gratitude, and specifically the advantages of using a daily gratitude journal.
His book, Six-Word Lessons to Embrace Gratitude, helps anyone learn to live a daily life with more gratitude, with specific lessons and examples from David's life. Learn more about David at ThatGratitudeGuy.com
Free Book Marketing Class June 9
We will be attending a free book marketing class sponsored by the Seattle area Author's Guild, and would like to invite you to join us.
Learn marketing from a pro who's written the book on it—consultant, Authors Guild member, former literary agent and marketing director Beth Jusino. Beth will teach a class, live and in person, at the University branch of the Seattle Public Library. For more information and to RSVP, click here.
Practical, Personal Book Marketing
Sunday, June 9, 1:45 - 4:30 pm
Seattle Public Library
5009 Roosevelt Avenue NE
Seattle WA 98105
Our 47th book in the Six-Word Lessons series is written by Amy Getter, a palliative care and hospice nurse with over 30 years of experience. In this book she shares 100 tips for those involved with the difficult events surrounding the death of yourself or a loved one. Six-Word Lessons to Prepare for Dying is a valuable tool with helpful advice for anyone going through something that all will experience at some point.
We are proud to announce our first fiction novel by Lonnie Pacelli, The Lawless One and the End of Time. In the year 2030, four teenagers in Italy grow up to make their marks on the world, one being revealed as the Antichrist. Cover designed by Rachel Ronan of Kiwi Creative, on paperback and kindle on Amazon.com.
Find supplemental material and learn more about the Biblical end times at LawlessOne.com and watch for an invitation to Lonnie's book launch party!
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