Posted by Daniel S. on Sunday, June 10, 2012,
The "Long Lost Oldie Radio Show" at 107.9 FM on Saturdays from 2 to 4 p.m. will feature Savant Bookstore Honolulu and spot one or more Savant publications. Last week, 9 June 2012, DJ Sheriff Norm mentioned local Hawaii author Laurie Hanan's ALMOST PARADISE (Savant 2011). This week will feature Mike Farris' Hawaii-based KANAKA BLUES (Savant 2010), the first in a series of legal thrillers, followed by MANIFEST INTENT (Savant 2010) and the newly-released RULES OF PRIVILEGE (Savant 2012).
Posted by Daniel S. on Friday, September 9, 2011,
It seemed inevitable to me that Savant Books and Publications would eventually expand into the CD (music and audiobook) and DVD areas. Now it's happening. With the release of R. Page Kaufman's contemporary trombone jazz CD entitled TROPIC OF CALIFORNIA (CD), a musical companion to his multi-award winning book TROPIC OF CALIFORNIA - THE STRAINS OF STRAUSS (Savant 2008), Savant Books and Publications enters a new era.
Congratulations, R. Page Kaufman and thank you for pioneering in the new, exp... Continue reading ...
Posted by Daniel S. on Friday, August 26, 2011,
It's my pleasure to announce that Savant Books and Publications will soon be available online and in 200 independent bookstores throughout India beginning with R. Page Kaufman's TROPIC OF CALIFORNIA. The "common online listing" interface will be Cinnamon Teal's Dogearsetc.com (http://www.dogearsetc.com/book_details.jsp?resourceID=35515), but our books, as they "come online" will also be made available to other Indian online booksellers as well as brick and mortar stores.
Posted by Daniel S. on Wednesday, August 26, 2009,
Savant Books celebrates the beginning of second year with the release of two books: Daniel S. Janik's children's work, "A Whale's Tale" and R. Page Kaufman's comic tongue-in-cheek L.A. romance "Tropic of California." The former is a delightful story of a juvenile humpback whale as told by his childhood sweetheart complete with 20 illustrations. "A Whale's Tale" is the first in the Savant "Color-Me-Please" line. The later is hands-down, one of the most entertaining, hippest, modern day roma... Continue reading ...