Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The Gift that Keeps Giving

Books are treasured by many. They are tangible gifts that can be passed on from generation to generation. Insomuch that with the technological advancement, these gems have managed to evolve. For the hardcopy enthusiast we have many titles to choose from still. For our digital era readers, we also have many choices from Ekot Lit authors.

This Christmas, give the gift that keeps giving from one generation to another.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Give a Gift to a Veteran

Give a gift to a veteran, service member, or family member of a soldier. Nine Weeks will educate and uplift. Available during Veterans Week for $9.

Lauded by active soldiers and veterans as hilarious and insightful, Nine Weeks is the best account of Army Basic Training.

Veterans Day is not typically a gift-giving holiday—make it one! Give a copy of Nine Weeks today for only $9—we will include shipping. 

Just select Nine Weeks from the drop down menu at the right to get started.

Monday, May 30, 2011

Tired of the Same Ol' Boring Textbooks?

Well, you are in luck! For high school students, parents of high school students and just about anyone who enjoys their freedom, Not Another Boring Textbook is the book of all books.

In it's final stage, NABT  will be released on June 10th. Pre-order an autographed copy on our site today!

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Kindle or Nook?

Which ever one you own or prefer, Tunnel Club by Rich Stowell is now available on both readers. Be sure to select it as you browse!
Kindle or Nook?

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Exclusive Offer!

You can now pre-order Tunnel Club, a novel by Rich Stowell, exclusively on our site! Use the "Add to Cart" button on the right panel.

Your copy will be autographed and shipped to you, at no additional cost.

Visit Tunnel Club's home on the web and follow it on FaceBook.

Monday, March 7, 2011

The Lopsidedness of American Politics

American politics is hard to follow. Even for political junkies, there seems to be endless paradigm, perspectives, and comparisons. In The Cat in the Bag, Howard Towt fairly well describes one way to look at modern American political landscape, through the prism of a cultural observation. He described how, during the 2004 presidential campaign, he noticed a lopsidedness that he couldn’t explain, except to say that our elite culture was anti-Republican Party.
Towt, a former Vietnam War pilot, informs his reader in a unique way. He compares the presentation of political news in this country as cultural attributes. As such, media portray things through the lens of a culture that assumes the Republican Party to be against all that is good.  Read more

Friday, February 25, 2011

Extra, Extra, Read All About It!

Ekot is gearing up to debut Tunnel Club by Rich Stowell in the upcoming week. Tunnel club is a novel about the adventures of four teenage boys who form a pact to uncover the secret behind a legend at their high school.

Many schools have their legends, but rarely do students go to such great lengths to uncover the truth about them, as you'll find in TC.