Tag Archives: Waco

My Library: “Books can be possessive, can’t they?”

28 Feb

Two of my bookshelves filled with well-loved books, oddities, and yarn

We’re starting a series of posts to help better introduce the TSTC Publishing team to you. Each post in this series will let them share with you the books they love most and the ones that fill their shelves. They will share their top 10 favorites and the ones they can’t stop re-reading. I hope that from this, you’ll get to know us a little better and share some of your favorites with us as well.

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TSTC Publishing Welcomes New Intern

1 Sep

In the sixth grade, I joined my middle school’s newspaper—“The Bear Whoop Express.” It wasn’t something I wanted to do; it was something my brother wanted to do. Being the loyal little sister I was (and the shy one who just wanted the company and something to do while my parents were at work), I followed. At 11 years old, I wrote some entertainment pieces (American Idol, Season 1) and covered a school district-wide event. Never did I think journalism was what I wanted to do with my life.

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Cotton Bales, Goatmen & Witches Book Centers on Heart of Texas Legends

10 Aug

Extreme record-breaking hot weather in Texas makes the staff at TSTC Publishing yearn for fall to arrive along with its latest book, Cotton Bales, Goatmen & Witches: Legends from the Heart of Texas.

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TSTC Publishing Welcomes New Project Manager

3 Sep

TSTC Publishing has added yet another new face to its ranks, Stacie Buterbaugh.  Stacie is the new project manager for the company and brings a great deal of experience and hard work to the table.  She replaces Grace Arsiaga, who recently left to return to school full-time.

Stacie originally hails from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but she left her hometown at the age of 19 for Waco, Texas.

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Meet the Author Mark Firmin

29 Jun

What is a book? Is it a written work of art? Is it an idea or a story caught in ink—pressed into paper? Is it a compilation of words or a collection of pages?  Mark Firmin, one of the authors of Lust, Violence, Religion: Life in Historic Waco, has a different definition.

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Turner Talks about Upcoming Book

24 Jun

Bradley T. Turner, the author of TSTC Publishing’s forthcoming book Lust, Violence, Religion: Life in Historic Waco, is a seventh-generation Wacoan.

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Upcoming Cookbook Gets National Endorsement

28 Apr

One of TSTC Publishing’s authors, Evada Cooper, just got word the national Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) is endorsing her upcoming cookbook, RV Centennial Cookbook: Celebrating 100 Years of RVing, as one of its official publications during its year-long celebration of 100 years of RVing.

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