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Richter Publishing’s Title Feature Rock the Crowd by Pierce Brunson

Blank white book w/pathPierce Brunson has 13 years teaching in the public school system as a high school Social Studies teacher, majoring in World History and Sociology. As a teacher, Pierce has a natural gift to rock the crowd, and every day he knew the power of taking the stage in front of students and delivering a great lesson. Being a sponge for learning ideas that would work with his students, Pierce started to use the techniques of other campus crowd rockers to greatly improve his teaching techniques. The second part of his life involves developing content that helps high school students grow the best skills possible to follow their personal path to success. Anytime Pierce has the opportunity to speak to teachers or students, he is only thinking of one thing before he starts…Rock the Crowd!

A little about Rock the Crowd—

Is there anything better for students than being in the class of the cool teacher? When it comes to being a teenage student, and being forced to attend school, there is nothing better than a class where the teacher is passionate about education. How do these popular teachers continue to be the sparkle in the eyes of so many children, while there are others that can’t get them to pay attention? Rock the Crowd shares the methods of those teachers that are considered cool by students, while maintaining the best relationships for valuable learning to take place. For the “cool teacher,” the front of their classroom is their stage, and every day, for hours, they give the greatest performance their students have seen to date. The crowd-rocker teaches with passion and convictions that inspire real student connections and learning that last a lifetime. These teachers are popular, year after year, while others are still struggling to learn how to relate to the students. In Rock the Crowd, I share all the things cool teachers do that make them successful in working with, and producing, successful and long lasting, learning-centered relationships. Rock the Crowd is great for teachers who are struggling to find their teaching groove and to reenergize those that are already grooving.

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Title Spotlight – On The Road: From A Block Of Clay by Elizabeth Bunbury

Blank white book w/pathThis week’s title spotlight is “On The Road: From A Block Of Clay” by Elizabeth Bunbury! This title was released in 2014.

Here are some words from the Elizabeth Bunbury about

On The Road: From A Block Of Clay” —

My previous book, FROM A BLOCK OF CLAY, POTLUCK EDITION, Concluded with these words: “Let the journey begin…” Well, my journey has truly begun, and I am now “on the road”. I believe it is the path God prepared specifically for me to travel even before I was born. While there were many detours, with God’s help– and of others whom he sent to walk the path with me—I am moving forward. We are all on a journey, and we all have a story to tell. The stories in ON THE ROAD show the progression of my journey with its twists, turns, back-tracking, and going forward again. Your life’s journey may be somewhat similar to mine, or quite different. Either way, it is my prayer that, as you read, you will realize you are not alone on this journey called life. May you learn there is hope that a new, smoother path could be just ahead.

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South Tampa Authors Joint Book Launch with Richter Publishing

Book Launch Party 3Book lovers and entrepreneurs turned out recently to meet eight authors whose books were launched at a reception put on by Richter Publishing.

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About 150 guests gathered April 8 at CoCreative, a cooperative office space, to talk with the authors about the various subjects of the books and how they found time to write. Guest Maureen Pelamati, a Robinson High English teacher, said: “It’s all very interesting. There are so many different topics people are writing about.” from the Tampa Tribune 

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