Montreal, Quebec Author Publishes New Book with RoseDog Books

Montreal, Quebec Author Publishes New Book with RoseDog Books











Just.Another.Common.Killer

Montreal, Quebec (Vocus/PRWEB) December 29, 2010

Just.Another.Common.Killer, a new book by Chantal Bellehumeur, has been released by RoseDog Books.

Under hypnosis, six-year-old Jack Huntington tells his psychiatrist the dark unsolved tale of Jack the Ripper’s 19th century murders. Such details are given, that Dr. Philips begins to believe that his patient might be the Ripper himself in another life. When the boy fails to give him any information that would reveal the identity of the White Chapel killer, Dr. Philips ridicules himself for having thought the impossible.

Years after killing his sisters in a sleepwalking state, Jack is claimed normal and able to re-enter the real world. He is released from the mental institution to start a new life, but slowly starts to act upon his killer instincts and begins to remember events that happened over one hundred years ago.

Jack is ready for new games!

Chantal Bellehumer was born on June 30th 1981. She lived half of her childhood in Toronto, and the other in Ottawa. At the age of 14, she started taking acting classes to overcome her shyness. She enjoyed it so much that theatre became her favourite hobby. After performing in a couple of amateur stage productions, she joined a youth-run theatre company. Bellehumer moved to Montreal at the age of 19 so that she could study theatre at Concordia University. But, once her son Aidan was born, he became her number one priority. She decided to put her acting career on hold before it really began. However, she still worked as an extra in several movies, television shows and commercials. She completely stopped this part time work once she found a suitable office job.

Bellehumeur wrote in her spare time. She published her first novel Veronica’s Soap Opera Life in 2009 along with its sequel Veronica’s Attempt at Romance. People always expected her to write a thriller, so she began to work on Just.Another.Common.Killer.

Bellehumeur lives in Montreal with her son, whom she loves more than anything in the world!

Just.Another.Common.Killer is a 168-page paperback with a retail price of US retail price of $ 17.00 and Canadian retail price of $ 19.00. The ISBN is 978-1-4349-9932-0. It was published by RoseDog Books of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information or to request a review copy, please visit our virtual pressroom at http://www.rosedog.com/pressroom or our online bookstore at http://www.rosedogbookstore.com.

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Canadian University Student Publishes Debut Science Fiction Novel

Canadian University Student Publishes Debut Science Fiction Novel










(PRWEB) November 14, 2004

PageFree Publishing has released Cavan Terrill’s debut novel, Blurred Line, a science fiction tale set in the heart of future corporate America.

Following the paths of an android spurned by her creators, a virtual reality junkie disconnected with the real world and a hitman mired in an unhappy life, Blurred Line tells the story of what it takes to stay at the top of the corporate game in a world where corporations have become government. The biggest of these companies, Summerstone, is about to face a crisis which will change the way the world thinks and could cause the downfall of the society in which it exists.

Author Ali Al Saeed calls Terrill “a great sci-fi author in the making” and Blurred Line a “compelling and engaging read.”

Terrill lives in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, where he attends the University of Ottawa as a third year English student. He began writing at the age of thirteen and is currently at work on the sequel to Blurred Line, titled Glistening Edges and Right Angles.

Blurred Line is available direct through the publisher (http://www.pagefreepublishing.com) or through Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

More information on the book and the author is available at the author’s website (http://www.blurredline.com).

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Center for Talent Retention Publishes 40+% Reduction in Turnover Case Study

Center for Talent Retention Publishes 40+% Reduction in Turnover Case Study











Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 6, 2006

In less than six months, GoodLife Fitness in partnership with the Center for Talent Retention reduced GoodLife’s new hire sales workforce turnover by more than 40%! Employee turnover in fitness clubs is typically similar to the extremely high turnover experienced in the retail and hospitality industries. “In some ways high turnover was accepted as an undesirable cost of doing business” says Dave McLean, former Chief People Officer of GoodLife Fitness. But that answer was not good enough for the Talent Obsessed Culture that McLean developed with a solid strategy and best practice tools and solutions developed and supported by the Center for Talent Retention.

Kim Egan, Chief Development Leader for the Center for Talent Solutions, Inc. comments, “GoodLife Fitness is an energetic group of people who when equipped with best practice tools and solutions and developed their managers’ capabilities to retain their employees were able to accomplish amazing turnover reduction goals!”

The complete Situation, Multiple Retention Solutions, Results and Key Learnings are described in the new publication of the Center for Talent Retention’s “GoodLife Fitness Case Study”. You can request to have a free copy emailed to you by clicking on this link: http://www.keeppeople.com/publications.htm

About the Center for Talent Solutions, Inc.

The Center for Talent Solutions is at the forefront of connecting employee results to business performance and can show how an organization’s ability to engage, retain, and build talent can impact their market competitiveness.

The Center for Talent Solutions operating divisions – Center for Talent Retention, Center for Talent Management, and Center for Knowledge Management are the leading experts on “taking action” to increase human capital results. They offer a full range of products, services, and best practice solutions guaranteed to equip your organization, managers, HR professionals, and work groups to take action to make a real impact on organization results by bringing together the best talent practices needed to attract, engage, build, leverage, and retain employees. They are known in the industry as an elite partner equipping companies like: General Electric, Becton Dickinson, Ball Corporation, ADP, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, BMC Software, John Deere, The Home Depot, and McDonalds to increase business performance through people.

Contact:

Cindy Mustful

800.861.6965

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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