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Creative House Press

 

Welcome Home to a Place Where Creative Minds Nurture Each Other.

 

Welcome to Creative House Press.  We are excited to have you visit our web page and we hope that you will check out our New Books which are scheduled for release next year. And of course, please check out the amazing books that we have already published.

CHIP, Inc. is expanding every year and we are always looking for the newest, freshest writers and artist around the world.  Do you think that you have what it takes to get published? Then get started on your journey: 

We encourage you to come back, as often as possible, to see what new and exciting books, and specialty items, that we bring to the market. Don’t forget to check us out on Amazon, Amazon/Kindle, iPhone/iPod/iPad and Android.

 

 

About Us

The staff at Creative House International Press, Inc. has over 19 years of experience in the publishing industry.  This includes writers, publishers, editor's and artists.  We have worked with a variety of styles of publication and outlets. 

 

This is a House where Creative Minds are encouraged and nurtured in a positive way.

 

What is Creative House Press?

We are a diverse group of people working together for the sole purpose of helping YOU, the writer, artist to get published. We do this through traditional and non-traditional publishing methods.

What sets CHP apart from others?

What sets us apart from other publishing firms is our Readers Club. Prior to publishing, select members of the general public are given the opportunity to read your manuscript and then give feedback on it. This allows YOU, the writer, to see how well your work will do in the market.

Once we (meaning CHP and you) determine the best avenue for your work, we will work closely with you to make your book the best it can be. This includes cover design, text layout, marketing materials, and other items.

What about my copyrights?

Depending on the avenue you choose for your work, we may ask to hold the copyrights for up to five years. During the initial setup, our staff will work closely with you to guide you through the process and determine the route best suited to handle your work.

How long will it take for my book to be in print?

Your book can go from manuscript to print in as little as two weeks. However, we don’t recommend this. We will take whatever amount of time may be necessary to make sure your book is as good as it can possibly be before it goes to print. Based on the feedback from the Readers Club, our editors, and discussions with YOU, we will determine the timeline necessary to bring your book into print form.

How much input do I have in the creation of my book?

A LOT! The author knows his/her material better than anyone else. He/She may not know how to market it, but with constant communication between YOU and our staff, the final results of your work will be the best they can be.

 

What will be my cost?

 

There is always cost associated with getting your work published, but we don't ask for any money from you.  

The only time you are asked for money is to purchase additional marketing materials that you use, or the books that you wish to sale yourself.  There is never a request for money to you from us to have your book published.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bertha Connally Abraham 

B. Connally Abraham wrote If Only for a Season, because like Elizabeth Catlett “I want my life to be constructive; I am not interested in being rich or famous or important, but to make my life important.”  I want my life to reflect the process of building up, not tearing down. I want someone to look at my life and see that their dreams are possible too. And at the end of the day when the light in my eyes grow dim I want someone to recognize my life’s work not just because of me but because of the one who gave to me that which I gave back.

I am married to John my high school sweetheart.  Michael, Jay and Brad make up the Abraham family circle along with my terrific and only grandson, Zach.  Brad no longer has a physical address but his presence is felt every day. Travel is my greatest passion with the exception of family and friends there is nothing that I enjoy more. Reading, writing and gardening fall right in line at a close second, third and fourth respectively.  Books allow the impossible to become possible by simply engaging the imagination. It is equally as enjoyable visiting Yellowstone National Park through the pages of a book to experience its majestic beauty. 

 

Jonathan Amaret

Jonathan Amaret was born in Houston in 1984.  Throughout his professional career he has earned numerous achievements in transportation, aviation, aerospace science, fine arts and cinema, including the notable titles of Presidential Scholar, NASA Texas Aerospace Scholar, and licensed aviator at the age of seventeen.   As a filmmaker, his projects have headlined with distinguished casts including renowned Academy Award, Golden Globe, Emmy, and Grammy winners.  He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film, Television & Media Studies from California State University in Los Angeles where he lives and works as an author, screenwriter, actor and producer. 

 

Marsean Bierria

Marsean has always had a passion for writing, even in his younger years he felt this urge to write on a variety of subjects.  While in middle school, he was a writer for the school newspaper, and was invited to Austin as part of the middle school newspaper team for their skills.  In High School he competed in U.I.L. competition and won for impromptu speaking, which he continues to do at various poetry readings.  His quick wit and ability to reach deep within his soul, has made him one of the up and coming poets to watch for.  His first book; Tangerine Dream is one to be read.

 

Filip Anslow

Filip created and produced the music used by the major networks, sports teams, cable networks, TV & radio stations, & program producers. When his kids were still toddlers, he quickly discovered that innovative audio for children did not exist. The major publishers and labels were not developing audio beyond books-on-tape or classics read by celebrities. Filip committed resources toward the development of programs for kids that would not only make full use of modern recording technologies but also fused the storytelling power of sound with sophisticated story concept. He wrote numerous fantasy stories for his audio series and although he had effusive reviews and faithful customers, he couldn't make a decent living through this creative outlet. Jump ahead ten years: Having built several websites for his own creative labors, Filip decided to move into web design and eventually became a sought after SEO expert. One one of his first clients was Von Paris Baltimore movers, the company that had actually moved him and his family from Baltimore to the the Washington DC area. When the owner of Von Paris found out what Filip did, he asked him to take a look at the Von Paris' website. One thing led to another and Von Paris Moving & Storage hired Filip. Filip is now well known for his approach to Search Engine Optimization, the quest for high ranks starting with an appreciation of science, semantics, and a realistic view of Google's capability and intentionis. He's so busy now with clients, he has litle time for his former pursuits. Our loss.

 

Cassandra Allsworth

Cassandra was born in QLD,Australia and currenly lives in Caboolture,QLD.

She is a self-taught artist who didn't uncover her natural talent until she was 18 yrs old and was very surprised that she could draw!
 

She watched her mother draw portraits of her and her siblings and has artists on both sides of the family.  She has done a course in visual arts and also likes music and poetry.  Her favourite mediums are pencil,charcoal and oil paint and also likes acrylic and pastel/oil pastel.  Most of her subjects have been portraiture and style is realism, but enjoys doing any subject and would like to explore more different styles of art.
 

In june 2010,she had 2 portraits and a poem published in an ebook on the 'Michael Jackson Tribute Portrait' Website called 'Fans In The Mirror' plus a portrait and poem in the emagazine 2010 christmas edition.  Prints of her artwork are currently available on 'Fine Art America' and 'deviantART'.

 

Authors - Alphabetical

Bertha Connally Abraham

Jonathan Amaret

Robert Bakalish

Marsean Bierria

Gaylen Blade

CJ Bolden

B. Alan Bourgeois

Amity P. Buxton

Binduu Chopra

Allison Cosgrove

Lyrik Courtney

Marilyn Dalrymple

Ginger DeLater

Jaclyn DuBose

Christopher Fernandes

Joan Foor

Nancy Griffith

Steve Hamilton

Regina McClinton Jackson

Manuel Nava Leal

Jeff Lutes

Danny K. Mann

Marysue

Dennis Matranga

Reba McIntyre-Kindred

Matt Micheli

Lynn E. Mueller

Scott Thomas Nicol

Joy Noble

Sven M Paardekooper

RL Pinely

Vince Tamas Pongor

Thomas Rosengren

Hiroko Sakai

Michael Taggart

Angela Taylor

JB  Terry-Smith

Emma Thomas

K. Troy

Howard Webb

Denise Wheeler

Joseph & Jenifer Worth

Tony Zimbardi-LeMons

 

Books by Genre: (Alphabetical by book title)

 

African-American

The Boy Who Hated Being Black Story byReba McIntyre-Kindred Illustrations by Timothy Stafford

The Family with Many Colors Story by Emma Thomas, Illustrations by Dimitri Garcia

If Only for a Season by Bertha Connelly Abraham

I Have a Secret Story by JB Terry-Smith, Illustrations by David W Youngblood

My Favorite Book by Regina McClinton Jackson Illustrations by Joel Rodriguez

Nami & the Dragons Story by Lyrik Courtney, Illustrations by Lucie Rivard

Quiet Rhymes by Reba McIntyre-Kindred

Resurrecting Ghosts by CJ Bolden

Tangerine Dream by Marsean Bierria

 

Art

Unique Art Projects by Nancy Griffith

 

Asian

Rebirth by Hiroko Sakai

 

Biography's

Forever Dads: A Gay Couple's Journey to Fatherhood by Tony Zimbardi-LeMons

Someone Like You by Danny K. Mann

Sorry, Not Dead Yet! by Sven M. Paardekooper

Unseen-Unheard: The Journey of Straight Spousesby Amity Buxton and R.L. Pinely

 

Children Stories/Teaching Aids

Adventures of the Gem Girls; Puppy Palace Story by Jaclyn DuBose, Illustrations by Nancy Griffith

Bartholomew's Buttons Story by Marilyen Dalrymple Illustrations by Leslie Thomas Duffey

The Boy Who Hated Being Black Story byReba McIntyre-Kindred Illustrations by Timothy Stafford

A Cents of Humor; Penny Jokes  Jokes Compiled by Angela Taylor, Illustrations by Dan Santiago

Dr. Jim and the Glorious Gift Story by Scott Thomas Nicol, Illustrations by David Youngblood

Dr. Jim and the Special Stethoscope Story by Scott Thomas Nicol, Illustrations by David Youngblood

Dr. Jim & the Polestock Pest Story by Scott Thomas Nicol, Illustrations by David Youngblood

The Family with Many Colors Story by Emma Thomas, Illustrations by Dimitri Garcia

Herbert the Hedgehog Story by Lynn E. Muller & Amity Pierce Buxton; Illustrations by Maki Kayano

Her Heart's Desire Story by Thomas Rosengren, Illustrations by Traci Bixby

I Have a Secret Story by JB Terry-Smith, Illustrations by David W Youngblood

Missing Tink Story by Joy Noble, Illustrations by Lucie Rivard

Munk & Me Story by Gaylen Blade, Illustrations by Nancy Griffith

My Favorite Book by Regina McClinton Jackson Illustrations by Joel Rodriguez

Nami & the Dragons Story by Lyrik Courtney, Illustrations by Lucie Rivard

Okin The Panda Bear Finds His Family Story by Jeff Lutes, Illustrations by Hiroko Sakai

Patients the Paramedic Pup Created by Denise Wheeler, Story by B. Alan Bourgeois, Illustrations by Solomon Perry

Po and Me story by Gaylen Blade, Illustrations by Lucie Rivard

The Purr-ple Power Cats Ventures Story by Angie Taylor and Marysue, Illustrations by Hiroko Sakai

Purple Bull Story by Angela Taylor, Illustrations by Monica Georg

Special Comforter by Story by Thomas Rosengren, Illustrations by MJ

Snow Globe Memories story by Thomas Rosengren, Illustrations by David Voorhees

Tipped Over Grandma Story by Thomas Rosengren, Illustrations by Bean Iversen

When Bad Gossip Goes Good Story by Marysue, Illustrations by Maki Kayano

Where's Ezra? Story by Marilyn Dalrymple Illustrations by Leslie Thomas Duffy

Zero the Hero by Robert Bakalish and Marysue

 

Educational

Unique Art Projects by Nancy Griffith

My Favorite Book by Regina McClinton Jackson Illustrations by Joel Rodriguez

Unseen-Unheard: The Journey of Straight Spousesby Amity Buxton and R.L. Pinely

 

Hispanic/Latin Authors

A Beautiful Heart by Manuel Nava Leal

Corazon Hermosa by Manuel Nava Leal

Mysterious Memories by Manuel Nava Leal

Rominus by Jonathan Amaret

Someone Like You by Danny K. Mann

 

Human Interest/Life Stories

Angels of Protection: True Angel Stories in the Modern Age by Angela Taylor & Rob Jacobs

A Quest...Beyond the Visible by Binduu Chopra

Forever Dads: A Gay Couple's Journey to Fatherhood by Tony Zimbardi-LeMons

If Only for a Season by Bertha Connelly Abraham

I Have a Secret Story by JB Terry-Smith, Illustrations by David W Youngblood

Memoirs of a Violent Sleeper: A Bedtime Story by Matt Micheli

Resurrecting Ghosts by CJ Bolden

Someone Like You by Danny K. Mann

Sorry, Not Dead Yet! by Sven M. Paardekooper

Unseen-Unheard: The Journey of Straight Spousesby Amity Buxton and R.L. Pinely

 

Humorous

A Cents of Humor; Penny Jokes  Jokes Compiled by Angela Taylor, Illustrations by Dan Santiago

 

Martial Arts

Vajramushti – The Martial Art of India by Christopher Fernandes

 

LeTs Bi Gay

Forever Dads: A Gay Couple's Journey to Fatherhood by Tony Zimbardi-LeMons

Fragments of a Crooked Mirror by Vince Tamas Pongor

God's Army to Purge Homosexuality by B. Alan Bourgeois

GAPH 2: The Readers by B. Alan Bourgeois

Loup Garou by Howard Webb

Sorry, Not Dead Yet! by Sven M. Paardekooper

Spirit Never Dies by B. Alan Bourgeois

Unseen-Unheard: The Journey of Straight Spousesby Amity Buxton and R.L. Pinely

 

Photography & Art Books

Austin Pop Photography by JJworldstudio

Bodies of Art a Photography book by Michael Taggart

Down on South Congress by Steven Michael Hamilton

Grin More...Bark Less by Ginger DeLater

Nature in its Granduer 2012 Calendar Photography by Steven Michael Hamilton

Rebirth by Hiroko Sakai

Returning to the Basics; Hope, Faith and Love by Thomas Rosengren

 

Political Satire

American Me? by Dennis Matranga

 

Poems/Poetry

A Beautiful Heart by Manuel Nava Leal

Corazon Hermosa by Manuel Nava Leal

Quiet Rhymes by Reba McIntyre-Kindred

Returning to the Basics; Hope, Faith and Love by Thomas Rosengren

Shattered and Scattered by Manuel Nava Leal

Tangerine Dream by Marsean Bierria

Twinkling on the Brink by K. Troy

Twisted Mysteries by K. Troy

 

Self Help

A Quest...Beyond the Visible by Binduu Chopra

Kaleidoscope; Life Lessons from Beyond the Grave Photography & Devotions by Thomas J Rosengren

Someone Like You by Danny K. Mann

Sorry, Not Dead Yet! by Sven M. Paardekooper

Unique Art Projects by Nancy Griffith

Unseen-Unheard: The Journey of Straight Spousesby Amity Buxton and R.L. Pinely

Vajramushti – The Martial Art of India by Christopher Fernandes

 

Short Stories

Angels of Protection: True Angel Stories in the Modern Age by Angela Taylor & Rob Jacobs

Forever Dads: A Gay Couple's Journey to Fatherhood by Tony Zimbardi-LeMons

Mysterious Memories by Manuel Nava Leal

Sorry, Not Dead Yet! by Sven M. Paardekooper

Unseen-Unheard: The Journey of Straight Spousesby Amity Buxton and R.L. Pinely

 

Spiritual/Meditation/Devotional

Angels of Protection: True Angel Stories in the Modern Age by Angela Taylor & Rob Jacobs

A Quest...Beyond the Visible by Binduu Chopra

Extinguishing the Light by B. Alan Bourgeois

Kaleidoscope; Life Lessons from Beyond the Grave Photography & Devotions by Thomas J Rosengren

Kaleidoscope; Life Lessons from Beyond the Grave 2012 Calendar Photography & Devotions by Thomas J Rosengren

Resurrecting Ghosts by CJ Bolden

Someone Like You by Danny K. Mann

Spirit Never Dies by  B. Alan Bourgeois


Thrillers

Extinguishing the Light by B. Alan Bourgeois

Fragments of a Crooked Mirror by Vince Tamas Pongor

God's Army to Purge Homosexuality by B. Alan Bourgeois

GAPH 2: The Readers by B. Alan Bourgeois

Loup Garou by Howard Webb

Memoirs of a Violent Sleeper: A Bedtime Story by Matt Micheli

Rominus by Jonathan Amaret

Sacrifice of Innocence by Allison Cosgrove

Spirit Never Dies by B. Alan Bourgeois

 

Transgressive Fiction

Memoirs of a Violent Sleeper: A Bedtime Story by Matt Micheli

 

Woman Authors

Adventures of the Gem Girls; Puppy Palace Story by Jaclyn DuBose, Illustrations by Nancy Griffith

Angels of Protection: True Angel Stories in the Modern Age by Angela Taylor & Rob Jacobs

The Boy Who Hated Being Black Story byReba McIntyre-Kindred Illustrations by Timothy Stafford

A Cents of Humor; Penny Jokes  Jokes Compiled by Angela Taylor, Illustrations by Dan Santiago

The Family with Many Colors Story by Emma Thomas, Illustrations by Dimitri Garcia

Herbert the Hedgehog Story by Lynn E. Muller & Amity Pierce Buxton; Illustrations by Maki Kayano

If Only for a Season by Bertha Connelly Abraham

My Favorite Book by Regina McClinton Jackson Illustrations by Joel Rodriguez

Missing Tink Story by Joy Noble, Illustrations by Lucie Rivard

Munk & Me Story by Gaylen Blade, Illustrations by Nancy Griffith

Nami & the Dragons Story by Lyrik Courtney, Illustrations by Lucie Rivard

Po and Me story by Gaylen Blade, Illustrations by Lucie Rivard

The Purr-ple Power Cats Ventures Story by Angie Taylor and Marysue, Illustrations by Hiroko Sakai

Purple Bull Story by Angela Taylor, Illustrations by Monica Georg

A Quest...Beyond the Visible by Binduu Chopra

Quiet Rhymes by Reba McIntyre-Kindred

Rebirth by Hiroko Sakai

Resurrecting Ghosts by CJ Bolden

Sacrifice of Innocence by Allison Cosgrove

Till You and I Found Us by India Damaris

Unique Art Projects by Nancy Griffith

Unseen-Unheard: The Journey of Straight Spousesby Amity Buxton and R.L. Pinely

When Bad Gossip Goes Good Story by Marysue, Illustrations by Maki Kayano

Where's Ezra? Story by Marilyn Dalrymple Illustrations by Leslie Thomas Duffy

Zero the Hero by Robert Bakalish and Marysue

 

 

 

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