Michigan Authors Coming to Barnes & Noble in Rochester Hills

Three authors not to miss this late fall season will be visiting the Rochester Hills Barnes & Noble Bookstore - Nicole Curtis, Nakesha Woods, and Amy S. Eckert. All different genres from fun and engaging women. Meet the author, get the book signed, and start your holiday shopping. All events are free and open to the public. Nicole Curtis Michigan native and star of the network show Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis, will be doing a talk, with Q&A, maybe some singing, and a book … [Read more...]

Mitch Albom and Frankie Presto come to Rochester Hills Bookstore

Book signings with Mitch While a force of movie-goers were gearing up for a line waiting experience at local theaters, December 17 had many others already in line to get their purchase of The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto signed by its author. Mitch Albom was a busy man at the end of 2015 – The Community Edge caught up with him at the Rochester Hills Barnes & Noble Bookstore – signing copies of his latest book. Store policy does not allow the release of how many books were … [Read more...]

LOST Lessons The Book Series

LOST Lessons was written by Randy Johnson and David Rutledge. The book has been well received and is reaching varied individuals. Young adults who are dedicated followers of Jesus Christ are learning to see media, Hollywood and even the world from a Christian perspective, while those who aren’t necessarily connecting with a church are seeing Jesus in a fresh way. Based on this success, the authors decided to write on Season 2 of LOST, but with a twist: they involved 56 high school juniors and … [Read more...]

Throwing Grapes & Moving Mountains – New book by local author Jan Hegelein

The beauty of a word from God is that it ignites a passion within your spirit. It satisfies an underlying thirst you did not know you had and it births a fierce longing for more! Spiritual growth is not a given, yet it is open to all who would seek after God. His love shouts through the pages of His Word, and Throwing Grapes and Moving Mountains provides an open window to glimpse the grandeur of God's passion and commitment to His children. Soak in the truths found within, and your walk with … [Read more...]

Little While Times by Combs and Johnson

It is comforting to experience that you don’t have to be an expert to succeed. Pastor Jim got a buck his very first time deer hunting. He wasn’t in his prearranged location, he hadn’t shot the gun before, and his only bait was a Twinkie wrapper that he had dropped. He didn’t realize until later how amazing of an experience that was. It is not so comforting to realize that it is difficult to succeed in life. We will go through difficult times. These times don’t have to be because of wrong choices … [Read more...]

Just Released! Mr. Blair’s Labyrinth $9.95 Available Now At Lytle Pharmacy

Like Robert Lytle’s other seven novels, Mr. Blair’s Labyrinth is marketed for the 9- to 14-year-old set. However, these Michigan-based adventures extend to a much greater audience including teachers, parents and senior citizens. Many are read in Michigan schools for their life lessons and fast-paced adventures.  Mr. Blair’s Labyrinth tells of two teenaged brothers who visit Grampa’s new home as he is rebuilding an old garden, originally built by the estate’s first owner, Frank Blair.  Mr. … [Read more...]

Book Review: One Lump or Two?

Chances are we all know someone either directly or indirectly suffering from cancer. We’ve worn the pink ribbons and slipped on the yellow bracelets to show our support, but how would you react to hearing the life-altering sentence, “You have cancer.” Well, that’s exactly what Linda Sadler had a chance to find out firsthand when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2009. She isn’t a celebrity, but rather a wife, mother, sister, daughter, and friend. How does an ordinary woman deal … [Read more...]

Book of the Week: The Shack

I recieved The Shack as a Christmas present this year and I am excited to dive into it.  Reading some of the reviews and the fact that this book was ranked in the top 10 for highest sales in 2010 leads me to believe it is a great book. One review on Amazon states:  "William P. Young's book has an intriguing premise. Years ago, a father name MacKenzie Phillips took his children camping and lost one of them to a man who has kidnapped and killed others. Mack has grieved since then. His marriage … [Read more...]

The Rochester Media Bookstore is Open!

Here are some of our favorite books that you can review and purchase if you are interested! … [Read more...]

How Companies Win

How Companies Win is an in-depth look at a present-day issue that currently has many companies in a quandary.  Authors Kash and Calhoun invested a lot of time and effort into investigating what may be causing many companies to miss the boat within their own industries.  They found that too much effort was spent on the supply chain and not enough time was spent looking for the demand chain.  Using many relevant, present-day case studies, they show us how large companies have completely missed not … [Read more...]