Thomas-Jacob Publishing, LLC

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Thomas-Jacob Publishing, LLC is a new and unique family-owned publishing company founded on two basic premises: Readers want quality books that stimulate thoughtful discussion and debate, and...

...authors need an honest, transparent partnership with the publisher.

Our immediate goal is to republish our own works under the Thomas-Jacob name. Our future goal is to offer that opportunity to other authors.

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Looking for the Sun Door
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 24,910. Language: English. Published: September 9, 2013 by Thomas-Jacob Publishing, LLC. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Poetry - single author
Tracy R. Franklin's second book explores humanity and spirituality through 5 short stories and 21 poems.


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  • Dissolute Kinship: A 9/11 Road Trip on June 16, 2011

    Antrobus' writing is phenomenal. I ran across this writer on several writers' sites and was immediately intrigued by his story. I'm glad I was. As an American, 9/11 will always occupy a tender spot in my heart. Who among us doesn't remember exactly what we were doing when the planes hit? It was particularly interesting to see that day from the outside. Antrobus is a Canadian who, on his own journey of healing, decided to visit New York on that fateful day. His descriptions bring back painful memories of my own view of that time. It's very real, and very poignant. I'd love to see Antrobus develop this short essay into a full length book. I'm willing to bet he could do it, and do it well. I look forward to more.