It’s Parisella’s celebrity connections and life away from racing.Read More
In 2020 Denny Dressman published his first non-commercial book, titled Charlie and Marie, a history of his family. He followed that months later with a similar history of his wife’s family, titled Orchids & Butterflies.
In “Preserving Your Family’s Legacy” he relates the story behind his 82-page “labor of love” and encourages others to write their family histories—before it’s too late. His message is illustrated equally well by Orchids & Butterflies, the companion to Charlie and Marie.Read More
Winner of the Colorado Authors' League award for Best Feature, published in Colorado Avid Golfer magazine.
"NEXT On the Tee: Lewis & Clark" was published in the May 2014 issue of Colorado Avid Golfer magazine. It won the Colorado Authors' League award for Best Feature in the 2015 "Best of CAL" competition. Judges commented: "Wonderful blend of reporting and American history. Clever idea that is executed well."Read More
I was born August 10, 1945—the day after Nagasaki and four days after Hiroshima. What little I knew about rationing, scrap ...
Before undertaking the only biography thus far of historic African American college football coach and role model Eddie ...
The trademark red clay along the side of Interstate 20, which darts across the top of the Louisiana boot from Shreveport to ...
When the coach, an assistant at South Carolina State, approached me at my book booth at the American Football Coaches ...
DENNY DRESSMAN was inducted into the Denver Press Club Hall of Fame in 2008. He is the author of 10 books, the most recent one From the Streets of Brooklyn to Trainer to the Stars, published in June 2019. Among the others:
COMSERV BOOKS is a business unit of COMSERV LLC, which was formed in 2005 to conduct the publishing, free lance writing and editing, and communications consulting activities of Denny Dressman.Read More About ComServ Books
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