Watermark Publishing’s GIVABLE Gift Baskets

by Misty on November 13, 2014
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Kau Kau Cuisine gift set

Are you looking for that perfect present for the holidays? Watermark Publishing just might have what you are looking for.

Watermark is known locally for the production value they put into their books, and these …

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The Hawaiian Survival Handbook (Book review)

by Misty on September 17, 2014
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Survival and preparedness guides have gained a lot of popularity in the last few years, becoming a part of pop culture with the broadcast of reality shows like Doomsday Preppers and apocalyptic dramas like The Walking Dead.

The Hawaiian Survival

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Writing the Hawaii Memoir: Advice and Exercises to Help You Tell Your Story (book review)

by Misty on June 30, 2014
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No plot, no problem! 30 days to a complete manuscript! Publish your own Kindle bestseller!

I’m no stranger to the market of these writing/publishing guide books. In the ever-long quest to improve my word-smithing skills I’ve purchased, borrowed, downloaded and …

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Have your history and eat it too… From Kau Kau to Cuisine (book review)

by Misty on June 23, 2014
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Just take a moment to enjoy that cover picture and imagine it on your coffee table. The screen doesn’t do it any justice. You can’t see the embossed logo and lettering, or the smooth, glossy pages. They say we eat …

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A Journey in Print Media: ‘125 Years of Covers’ (book review)

by Misty on December 16, 2013
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2013 has produced some visually stunning local books and the most strikingly hypnotic of them is from Legacy Isle Publishing (an imprint of Watermark Publishing).

Honolulu Magazine and Paradise of the Pacific: 125 Years of Covers by A. Kam …

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Wordsworth! Stop the Bulldozer! (Keiki Book Review)

by Alex on November 3, 2012
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One of my favorite keiki book series returns with its third installment, Wordsworth! Stop the Bulldozer! (Watermark, 2012).

The book begins with an opening request from author Frances H. Kakugawa to join the Wordsworth Plant A Tree Society

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Eddie Wen’ Go (keiki book review)

by Misty on September 29, 2012
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There are few real life local heroes as well known as Eddie Aikau. A legendary waterman whose name is synonymous with courage and sacrifice, his tale is both sad and uplifting the way many ocean tales are. In a beautiful …

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My Name is Makia–A Memoir of Kalaupapa (book review)

by Misty on September 29, 2012
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[gn_quote]Kalaupapa started to be like a playground for me. School only for three hours in the morning, seven-thirty to ten-thirty. All I cared was I didn’t have to work taro patch anymore. On Oahu every weekend my parents made us…
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Why Smart People Do the Same Dumb Things (book review)

by Misty on August 6, 2012
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Why Smart People Do the Same Dumb Things (Watermark, 2012), by Hawai‘i author and psychologist Dr. Rosalie K. Tatsuguchi, blends Eastern and Western philosophies to help you identify how and why people often repeat their mistakes. From describing …

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Book Review: Feng Shui for Hawai‘i Gardens

by Misty on February 16, 2012
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One of Hawai‘i’s well known feng shui practitioners and design consultants, Clear Englebert, is back with a new book to help you focus and strengthen your energy flow in Feng Shui for Hawaii Gardens: The Flow of

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New Book: Feng Shui for Hawaiʻi’s Gardens

by Alex on February 1, 2012
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A Guide to Creating Positive Energy with Your Tropical Garden

Watermark Publishing announces the release of Feng Shui for Hawai‘i Gardens, the newest book by feng shui expert Clear Englebert. A nationally acclaimed feng shui teacher and consultant, Englebert …

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