Knee surgery and sunshine for British Grandma in Chennai

Chennai, Tamil nadu (PRWEB) May 28, 2006

A sixty nine year old British lady has undergone a High flex Knee replacement surgery in India through a small incision at the Venkataeswara hospital in Chennai. This procedure is not routinely available in the UK NHS, says noted Orthopedic surgeon DR.A.K.Venkatachalam of, who performed the operation. After 10 days stay in hospital,she recovered from Knee surgery to enjoy a holiday by the sea side at Mammallapuram. Many UK citizens are enamoured by World class affordable total knee replacement surgery in Chennai.

Undeterred by Osteo-arthritis, a retired school teacher from the north east England flew here to have a High flex Knee replacement. Her knees failed her rapidly over the last two months; she did not bother about inquiring for public treatment in the National Health Service (NHS). Private surgery in the UK was way beyond her budget.

She wanted private surgery in India as she had heard many good stories about Knee surgery in Chennai and checked it out with her GP. She located Dr.Venkatachalam, an orthopedic surgeon in Chennai who had performed the first high flex Knee replacement in Tamilnadu for a Muslim Doctor besides for other British patients. With aquickly serviced visa from the Indian High commission in Edinburgh and instant flight reservations arranged by the Taj Medical group she boarded the flight from Teeside airport with her husband, George.

Two days after her arrival, a small incision (Minimally invasive procedure) High Flex total knee replacement was done. Barely a week after surgery, she was able to walk with a frame, bend to touch the floor with her hands, get more than ninety degrees of bending. her knee surgery recovery was amazingly fast She discarded painkillers within a week. She spent 10 days in hospital. While she was recovering form surgery, her husband received Dental treatment and both got new glasses. (Comprehensive medical care at reasonable costs)

Talking about the total knee replacement surgery that he performed on Mrs MC, Dr.Venkatachalam says a minimally invasive surgery involved making a cut in the skin about 4- 5 inches long as opposed to 8 to 10 inches in a traditional Knee Joint replacement. Special instruments are used. However the same prosthesis is used. It is not reinventing the wheel but making the operation more patient friendly. A Minimally invasive knee replacement spares tissue dissection, reduces post-operative pain, avoids blood transfusion and accelerates recovery. A High flexion prostheses (available from one company Zimmer only) permits the patient to regain normal bending of 155 degrees.


Bielat Santore & Company’s “Who’s Who in the Restaurant Industry”

Deal, NJ (PRWEB) February 11, 2014

A friendly little bar where everybody knows your name was exactly what JJ Vacchiano envisioned when he opened The Bar Room & Kitchen in Deal, New Jersey last month. Taking the place of former bar Otto’s Bar & Grill, the restaurant gives local residents a place to unwind after work with music, good food and drinks. The only thing missing from the neighboring eatery is Sam Malone serving beers while chatting with the customers but Vacchiano has already claimed that role.

Living at the Jersey Shore his whole life, Vacchiano was a bartender at the Allenhurst Beach Club before it was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. He then decided to pursue his lifelong dream of owning his own bar. “I always wanted to do something small and intimate like this,” said Vacchiano. “I wanted this area and being in Deal we can pull our customers from surrounding towns.” Before opening its doors, much of the restaurant was remodeled to get the look and feel that Vacchiano had in mind including the addition of a kitchen. “I drew a picture of how I wanted everything to look like and it turned out exactly like the picture,” said Vacchiano. “It is kind of like the Cheers theme. No one is afraid to come here by themselves.”

Only being open for a short time, The Bar Room & Kitchen is already seeing a lot of customers from all over the area including college students. “I’m getting a lot of feedback and people from around the neighborhood are coming here,” said Vacchiano. “Everyone is welcome and we have fun with it. I want everyone to be comfortable.” Not only is the warm atmosphere attracting a crowd, but also the reasonable priced food and drink options are a plus. “I wanted to have happy hour prices all the time,” said Vacchiano. “The only way to make that work was to have people in here all day so we extended hours. I’ve gotten critiqued for being too cheap in prices.”

Along with their fresh and homemade menu selections, guests can also enjoy a variety of music playing on the jukebox throughout the day and watch the game from one of their several flat screen televisions. “I’m hoping to get the word out,” said Vacchiano. “There’s nothing like this around here.” Vacchiano was inspired by many Hoboken and Manhattan bars, incorporating different parts into the restaurant. “In 2014, there’s too many options and there is no go-to place,” said Vacchiano. “The Bar Room & Kitchen is a good neighborhood joint and I would not have been able to do it without my family and friends.”

The Bar Room & Kitchen is located on Norwood Avenue in Deal, New Jersey. Open every day from 12:00pm until 12:00am, customers can choose from an extensive menu with frequent food and drink specials. Visit their website for more information or call 732.686.1295.

About Bielat Santore & Company

Bielat Santore & Company is an established commercial real estate firm. The company’s expertise lies chiefly within the restaurant and hospitality industry, specializing in the sale of restaurants and other food and beverage real estate businesses. Since 1978, the principals of Bielat Santore & Company, Barry Bielat and Richard Santore, have sold more restaurants and similar type properties in New Jersey than any other real estate company. Furthermore, the firm has secured in excess of $ 500,000,000 in financing to facilitate these transactions. Visit the company’s website, for the latest in new listings, property searches, available land, market data, financing trends, RSS feeds, press releases and more.

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Screens International Outgrows Its Premises Relocates Head Office to Go-Green Workplace

Beirut, Lebanon (PRWEB) January 15, 2014

Screens International, leading Arabic subtitling and dubbing company, relocated its head offices to the Masaad El Hajal center, on the Jal El Dib highway, in the first week of 2014.

The company spent the last two years planning and developing a high-tech infrastructure that links its offices in Beirut, Stockholm, Cairo and Buenos Aires in a virtual global laboratory, seeking larger horizons in the broadcast industry.

According to CEO, Joseph Akiki, “The relocation was necessary to accommodate the changes in our core business. Having been expanding our multi-language localization services, we needed offices to host more translators and subtitling experts in a comfortable Go-Green environment…”

In 1991, the company started as a small regional subtitling company and quickly grew into pioneer status by adopting first-hand technologies such as Digital Betacam subtitling, and later by becoming the first to adopt HD subtitling technology in the MENA region. By 1997, Screens International had built the most sophisticated dubbing and voice-over studios in the region. In 2007 Screens International added 3D subtitling to its portfolio, exposing it to more territories and more challenging ventures.

As 2014 starts, the company is soaring with success, taking on subtitling and dubbing projects for television networks and internet broadcasters in many languages such as Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch, German, French, Turkish, Russian, Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese, Farsi, Indian, and more… The Dubbing and Voice-over talents’ library has also expanded drastically in the past few months. Screens International is now one of the world’s finest providers of TV and Cinema localization, processing any film material to a naturally adequate version for broadcast in any part of the world.

It is indeed a thrilling challenge; to take into consideration various religious, ethnic, cultural, politic and historical particularities is a special know-how only acquired through long years of practice and direct exposure with a diverse client-base.

“What might be an acceptable translation of a slang in the United Arab Emirates, might be culturally unacceptable in the more conservative Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, even though both countries adopt the Modern Standard Arabic as official language,” points out Nabil Charbel, Head of the Near-Eastern Languages department.

The relocation of Beirut’s head offices was well planned and impeccably executed. Technical operations suffered no downtime, and the company remains operational 24/7 carrying out daily Arabic subtitling and Arabic dubbing projects. “We even took on several new projects the same day of the relocation!” says Key Account Manager Samar Nahas; that being one special Farsi dubbing and Arabic voice-over recordings for Bollywood movies in Hindi.

In a fast paced industry like broadcast media, it is essential to execute such changes without interruptions in deliveries. All teams worked hand in hand to ensure a smooth transition to the infrastructure upgrade that is already demonstrating improvements on numerous fronts.

CIO, Mario Daher explains: “…We’re proud to see the results of these efforts come to fruition… Screens International has widened its compass to cover more interesting and vital services in the industry, such as Production for Video on Demand, Media Processing and mass digital library conversions… We now possess a more mature understanding of our clients’ needs and it’s only natural to go forward ahead of our 25 years reputation as leaders in Subtitling and Dubbing in the Middle East…”

Screens International is looking forward to the next 25 years with a revitalized spirit and an exceptional technical groundwork that will solidify its place as the world’s number one Arabic subtitling and dubbing supplier. From multi-language localization to multi-screen media processing, Screens International undertakes the duty of contributing to the quality of not just their assets, but to the industry as a whole.

Being among the top companies in the field, Screens attracts aspiring new talents worldwide. From Peru to Norway, hundreds of job applications pour in each month. This is also an opportunity to announce continued recruitment to a company where solid careers are built.


Mario Daher

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Family of Oscar-Nominated, Cannes Critics Prize Winning Filmmakerand Arguably Best-Kept-SecretJames Blue, Bequeaths His Life’s Archive to University of Oregon Library

Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) April 22, 2014

Who was James Blue? Revolutionary and award-winning filmmaker, rebel, and change agent for social justice James Blue died in 1980 at 49 leaving behind a remarkable legacy. The intensely ambitious filmmaker, who graduated from Jefferson High School and University of Oregon, turned his back on a Hollywood career to focus on democratizing media production. He was fascinated by/haunted by/conflicted about film as an exercise of power and his unconventional style of filmmaking (and film education) influenced an entire generation of filmmakers. Still, few people know of this rare national treasure. But thanks to the collaboration of the Blue family and the University of Oregon, James Blue’s own voice will now be heard and seen in perpetuity.

James Blue was a man of firsts:

    Oregon’s first Oscar-nominated filmmaker in 1968 (A Few Notes on Our Food Problem);
    America’s first Cannes Critics’ Prize winner in 1962 (Olive Trees of Justice);
    The first filmmaker ever to receive a Ford Foundation grant for his project interviewing leading international directors working with non-actors;
    First faculty recruited to the Center for Advanced Film Studies at American Film Institute;
    Founder of the documentary film programs at both Rice University and Center for Media Study at SUNY Buffalo;
    Founder the Southwest Alternative Media Project (SWAMP) in Houston.
    Member of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) media funding panel which launched the first network of regional film centers including Portland’s Northwest Film Center.

Few people know that it was Blue who directed The March (1964), the essential film of the Civil Rights Movement featuring Martin Luther King’s celebrated “I Have a Dream” speech. In 2008, “The March” was selected for preservation in the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry taking its place among the most important films ever made. Add to that, among some of Blue’s students while he was teaching at UCLA were rocker Jim Morrison (The Doors) and Francis Ford Coppola. You would think with such lofty credentials, James Blue would be a recognizable name in American film history, but as remarkable as his accomplishments are, his American obscurity is even more so.

So why do so few know about James Blue? Legally bound by one employer, the United States Information Agency (USIA) and the 1948 Smith-Mundt Act, which dictated that US propaganda films not be distributed in America, Blue’s films could not be shown in his home country. It didn’t help his notoriety in the U.S. that his early films were made in foreign languages and in foreign countries and not about subject matter germane to most Americans at the time. Blue’s work for the USIA included A Few Notes on Our Food Problem, which won an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary Feature. Thirty more years would pass before the name James Blue would attach itself to his international reputation of revolutionary filmmaker in America.

Now, in order to preserve and share Blue’s complete body of work, Richard Blue, chairman of the James and Richard Blue Foundation will bequeath the James Blue Archive to the University of Oregon Library Special Collections and University Archives. The foundation also presents the James blue Award to the filmmaker who best personifies the humanist values of James Blue.

“The mission of the foundation is not only to preserve and share James’ complete body of work, but to support film educators, filmmakers, researchers and students whose values and activities advance his vision of participatory media,” said Richard Blue. “We want to remember James Blue as an extraordinary filmmaker, documentarian and influential educator. His life work has left a legacy of profound implications for social justice as he documented the hopes and dreams of people whose voices are rarely—if ever—heard by people in power. James had an innate belief that ‘democracy demanded that our public media be more diverse in giving access to a variety of new voices.’

About the James and Richard Blue Foundation

The mission of the James and Richard Blue Foundation is to honor and celebrate the life and legacy of award-winning filmmaker James Blue (1930—1980) and to support film educators, filmmakers, researchers and students whose values and activities advance his vision of ‘participatory media.’ James Blue was an unconventional documentarian who used film to help marginalized communities tell their own stories while helping audiences better understand the complexities of the human condition. His life’s work had profound implications for social justice as he documented the hopes and dreams of people whose voices are rarely—if ever—heard by people in power. One of Blue’s most inspiring films, “The March” (1964), is considered the essential documentary of the Civil Rights Movement and Martin Luther King Jr.’s celebrated “I Have a Dream” speech. The foundation has now bequeathed the entire body of James Blue’s works and memoirs to the University of Oregon Libraries Special Collections and University Archives. The organization collaborates with the University of Oregon to preserve, conserve, restore and utilize the entire body of James Blue’s media legacy while supporting education in the art and craft of documentary filmmaking. The foundation aims to advance the core values of James Blue’s passion for using media to explore, connect and empower voiceless communities by awarding annual grants to students and emerging filmmakers who exemplify his artistry. For more on James Blue and his contributions to international film, visit, http://www.jamesbluetribute and

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Bryan Duncan to Record New Crowdfunded Album

Riverside, CA (PRWEB) April 22, 2014

Recording artist Bryan Duncan announced a crowdfunding campaign to fund the recording and release of a new album.

Duncan has released 14 solo albums, three with the NehoSoul Band and seven with the Sweet Comfort Band. His recordings have been celebrated with four Dove Awards and one Grammy Award. He has sold in excess of 1.2 million records and had 16 No. 1 radio hits.

Duncan uses social media and crowdfunding to fuel a new business model that allows him to connect directly with his audience, in ways that are better for them and crucial for Duncan, bypassing traditional record labels. The new model allowed Duncan to record albums, produce music videos; and it makes it easier for him to get to more cities for concerts. Duncan has the creative freedom of an independent artist but is still able to compete with the big record companies for radio airplay and media coverage.

Crowdfunding is a convergence of technology, social media, fundraising, and patronage that provides billions of dollars in backing to hundreds of thousands of projects. In addition to providing financial support, crowdfunding projects provide valuable information about public interests, facilitate deep relationships with backers, and act as self-funded marketing campaigns for the events, services, products, and campaigns they fund.

Duncan’s backers can also receive special incentives for participating in the campaign — autographed albums, house concerts, and other personalized rewards. He wrote the song Sweet Friend Of Mine to celebrate them and their support.

“My audience and I share many of the same experiences. Interaction with them often is the inspiration for songs,” Duncan says. “So it’s exciting to have a way to connect with some of them during the writing and recording process.”

Duncan views music as a calling, so he’ll be writing and singing as long as he’s able, with or without a record company.

“If you’ve got a calling, you’re compelled to do it whatever the obstacles. I’m grateful, though, that there are people who have listened to my music and supported me for so many years.”

Duncan’s critically acclaimed Conversations album was funded through a 2011 crowdfunding campaign. “I learned so much about doing a crowdfunded project,” says Duncan. “I am really happy with how Conversations turned out but I believe I can make the journey even more enjoyable for everyone involved this time.”

“The crowdfunding process and how we continue to involve the audience after the campaign closes has a profound influence on my songwriting,” says Duncan. “There’s a current of gratitude that runs through my new songs.”

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Caught On Magazine This Week: Online Video May be Good For You Based on ResearchThe Power of Cameras to Make Us Smile

Toronto, ON (PRWEB) April 23, 2014

Although Internet Addiction Disorder (IAD)* is an issue with some addiction-prone personalities, a new series of features in Caught On Magazine proposes some of the many positive aspects of internet content and video, going beyond the educational, informational and entertainment value.

“The Power of Cameras to Make Us Smile”

“Pranks may be good for your health,” begins a feature in Caught On Magazine. The article cites research that smiling is good for your health—with habitual smilers extending their lives, on average, up to seven years, according to a Wayne State University study.**

When a prank video makes “20 million YouTube viewers smile, they’re actually improving our health,” reports the feature writer in Caught On. A hilarious video of a prank played in a bus shelter, which earned millions of views and thumbs-up votes, is used as an example of internet content that is “good for you.”

The feature points to various research studies to support its claim, including a thirty-year study from UC Berkeley. Health benefits claimed include:

    improved mood response
    lowered blood pressure
    reduced stress
    improved social life
    general feeling of well-being

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“Zip Line Thrills and Chills: Body Cameras Help Us Experience the Thrill Without the Risk”

Safely enjoying the thrills of extreme sports vicariously via video may also have health benefits, states another feature in Caught On. A popular video of daredevils traveling more than a mile via zip line, at nearly one hundred miles per hour, framed an exploration of “thrill-seeker” personalities. To varying degrees, “people feel the need for thrills out of a need to expose themselves to sensations that are different from the routine,” said Glenn Sparks, Ph.D. at Temple University. The craving for thrills may start as early as thrills and scares during trick-or-treating activities for children at Halloween, according to the American Psychological Association.***

The feature demonstrates that thrill-seeking is a way “to work through and release pent-up emotions and anxieties.” Body camera video footage taken from the point-of-view of a zip line enthusiast, may bring the benefits of “release” without the risks. On average 48 people die per year zip lining.****

Read more.

“Bold Dog Theft Captured on Video Highlights Shocking Dognapping Statistics”

Also this week in Caught On, watch hidden camera footage of a dognapping in broad daylight. The story highlights an alarming double-digit growth in dog theft rates each year. Last Chance for Animals put hard numbers on this heartbreaking crime at “two million pets stolen every year.”*****

Fortunately, the owners of the dog had installed a camera security system outside their home, increasing their chance of recovering their companion. “An inexpensive camera system can make the difference in recovering a pet,” said Tom Leger, VP at iWatchLife, a home security monitoring service. “Using activity recognition, a feature included with the iWatchLife service, an alert notification can even be sent to the owner’s smartphone as the crime is happening.” The iWatchlife home monitoring service allows for multiple Samsung SNH-1011 IP SmartCam cameras to work within its cloud-based service that can be configured to notify owners of suspicious activity.

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*General information on IAD. IAD is generally not considered a genuine psychological disorder, and is not listed in the latest DSM manual (DSM-5, 2013), which is used by psychiatrists to label disorders.    

**“Smile Intensity Predicts Longevity” Wayne State University

***Psychology Today

****Wiki Answers “How many deaths each year from Zip Lining.”

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New Best Drug Rehabilitation Blog Post Looks at the Different Phases of Getting Drunk

(PRWEB) April 23, 2014

Best Drug Rehabilitation, which offers treatment programs and believes that having family close by during a stay in rehab can make a big difference in whether or not the process is successful, is focusing on the different phases of getting drunk in its latest blog post.

“In moderation and when consumed by those who’ve reached the legal age in their State or jurisdiction, there’s nothing wrong with alcohol and any calls for prohibition are simply unrealistic – it’s been around for thousands of years, and it’s here to stay,” commented Per Wickstrom, Best Drug Rehabilitation’s CEO and someone who battled addiction issues in his youth. “However, what’s severely lacking is a basic understanding of how the body reacts to alcohol. People need to know that once they cross a certain line, it’s no longer merely having a few drinks; it’s abuse and addiction, which can dramatically turn their life upside down much quicker than they realize.”

According to the Best Drug Rehabilitation blog post, there are four phases of getting drunk:

1. Euphoria, which generally occurs with BAC of 0.03 to 0.12 percent.

2. Excitement, which generally occurs with BAC of 0.09 to 0.25 percent.

3. Confusion, which generally occurs with BAC of 0.18 to 0.30 percent.

4. Stupor, which generally occurs with a BAC of 0.25 to 0.40 percent.

However, individuals who continue drinking past this fourth stage may fall into a coma, which generally occurs with BAC of 0.35 to 0.50 percent. And if their BAC exceeds .50 percent, they may lose their life.

Furthermore, while individuals rarely fall into a coma or die from alcohol (although it does happen), this doesn’t mean that they aren’t doing significant and eventually severe long-term damage to their health, which can result in:

•Liver damage including cirrhosis, hepatitis

•Incontinence due to kidney or bladder damage

•Cognitive problems arising from brain damage; poor memory

•Stomach pain due to ulcers

•Heart attack or stroke due to alcohol-induced high blood pressure

•Anemia due to depleted iron and vitamin B

•Decreased sperm production

•Fetal alcohol syndrome due to drinking during pregnancy

•Uncontrollable shakes, tremors

•Sudden weight loss due to stomach problems; loss of appetite; malnutrition

•Fatigue due to sleep disturbances; DT’s; hallucinations

•Chronic depression due to lost self-respect

•…and more

Added Per Wickstrom: “The good news is that recovering from alcohol abuse or adduction is not nearly as difficult as it was in the past. Today, individuals can find a qualified and certified treatment facility, and enrol themselves in an inpatient treatment program that provides with the around-the-clock medical care they need, along with a wealth of programs that help them identify the root causes of their alcoholism and build a better, stronger life ahead.”

The full text of Best Drug Rehabilitation’s latest blog entitled “What are the Different Phases of Getting Drunk on Alcohol” is available at

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Amber Howe, Executive Director BDR, at (231) 887-4590 or ahowe(at)rehabadmin(dot)com.

About Best Drug Rehabilitation

Best Drug Rehabilitation offers treatment programs, and believes that having family close by during a stay in rehab can make a big difference in whether or not the process is successful. Led by CEO Per Wickstrom, Best Drug Rehabilitation also understands that recovering from an addiction is an intense emotional and physical challenge, and as such provides clients with a comfortable and private space that is safe and free of anxiety. Ultimately, Best Drug Rehabilitation offers recovery geared to the personalized needs of each client, which is an option that makes the chance for long-term success much more likely.

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24×7 Software Technologies Launches RecruitPro the Next Generation Applicant Tracking System & Recruitment Software

Chennai, Tamilnadu (PRWEB) July 31, 2006

24×7 Software Technologies, a Chennai based Software Development Company which exclusively caters to Recruitment software needs has launched its Maiden product – RecruitPro Consulting BPA, Version 1.0, a Business Process Automation & Applicant Tracking System (ATS) for Recruitment Consulting Companies.

RecruitPro is a powerful user friendly Recruitment Solution which simplifies your Job many folds. With its Robust search, missing out an apt profile in the Database is next to impossible. Now all you have to do is populate your database & source orders. Rest is taken care by RecruitPro – your time for search, communication, profile processing can be done in fraction of the time it usually takes.

Salient Features

Applicant Tracking System (ATS)

Most User friendly Database Management Software

Robust Search

Automatic resume updating

100% database security & exclusivity

Complete Communication Management System

Candidate & Corporate Communication in one click

Process Automation for Resume from multiple sources

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In-house administration and performance monitoring

Resume posting by candidate through your website

Job Postings and Job search in your Website

Dynamic Internal security and access limitation

Multi Branch Database, MIS & reports integration

Database Intelligence

Duplication check

Complete applicant history tracking

Internal applicant assessment

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Complete Recruitment Life cycle automated (from order procurement to receiving payments)

Cost: 24×7 Software Technologies guarantees that you will be more than satisfied with the cost of RecruitPro & will disclose the cost only after you evaluate the product & are satisfied with it.


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Janet Jaymes New Anthology Speaks Openly with Readers

D.C. (PRWEB) April 23, 2014

From 1987 to the present, author Janet Jaymes has written short stories and poetry about real-life events to give to friends and family for special occasions. She now releases these personal anecdotes and poems in her new compilation book, “Conversation Pieces” (published by AuthorHouse).

“Conversation Pieces” is organized similarly to a long-form diary. Jaymes says she intended these writings to be picked up and read “late at night, when the kids are put to bed, on a vacation at the beach or while traveling on business, to be entertained.”

The content of Jaymes’ new book is highly creative, emotional and true-to-life, causing the read to be just as emotional, Jaymes says. With each piece, Jaymes adds, her ultimate goal is to connect with her readers on emotionally honest, humorous and entertaining levels.

Conversation Pieces

By Janet Jaymes

Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 440 pages | ISBN 9781414033464

Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 440 pages | ISBN 9781410798596

E-Book | 440 pages | ISBN 9781410798602

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Janey Jaymes is a litigation secretary and patent paralegal by day and a seasoned writer by night. She copyrighted a book of prose, “Conversation Pieces,” and a second book of four novellas, “Dirty Laundry,” both of which were based on real life events with a creative twist. She is a long-standing member of the International Women’s Writing Guild in N.Y. Her dream is to have her writings become movies. Other interests of Jaymes include exercising, reading Nelson DeMille, Jeffrey Deaver, Sue Grafton and Scott Turow novels, listening to ‘70s R&B, Reggae, blues, jazz and modern electronic dance music and watching professional sports.

AuthorHouse, an Author Solutions, Inc. self-publishing imprint, is a leading provider of book publishing, marketing, and bookselling services for authors around the globe and offers the industry’s only suite of Hollywood book-to-film services. Committed to providing the highest level of customer service, AuthorHouse assigns each author personal publishing and marketing consultants who provide guidance throughout the process. Headquartered in Bloomington, Indiana, AuthorHouse celebrated 15 years of service to authors in Sept. 2011.For more information or to publish a book visit or call 1-888-519-5121. For the latest, follow @authorhouse on Twitter.

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