Welcome to Borgo Publishing, an independent book publisher offering a variety of book production options. We can design your book interior and cover, as well as provide additional services (editorial, illustration, proofreading, indexing, and photography) to complete your project. With 35 years of book design experience, we keep on top of current trends in the industry to increase the market value of each book. Most importantly, we provide an outlet for non-profits to tell their stories at a very competitive rate.
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Behind Glass in Russia, 1992

An Archaeologist's Journal

Ian W. Brown

Fall 2020

List Price: $20.00 PB

116 pages

In September of 1992, less than a year after the collapse of the Soviet Union, an archaeological delegation sponsored by People to People International ventured into Russia. The author maintained a detail journal of their activities as they explored regions stretching from St. Petersburg to Novgorod and into the steppes and the Northern Caucasus Mountains. This was an important time of transition for Russia, when things were not quite what they were like under the previous Soviet regime and certainly not at all like what exists two decades into the new millennium.

China Memories

Journal of an Archaeologist in the Three Gorges of the Yangtze River in 1999

Ian W. Brown

University Press of the South

Fall 2019

List Price: $20.95 PB

180 pages

These memories derive from a journey that the author took in China in February and March of 1999 as a member of the Zhong Xian Archaeological Project. His trip largely focused on the province of Sichuan, but several days were spent in and around Beijing. An archaeological study of salt was the purpose of the expedition, but in the process of traveling hither and yon, Dr. Brown experienced life in China that was undergoing major changes, both in urban and rural areas. The account is extracted directly from his detailed diary and offers many insights as to how local peoples reacted to a team of strange archaeologists that happened to wander into their lives.

The Quiet Heart

A Foundational Guide to Inner

Healing and Deliverance

Susan Bowman

March 1, 2020

List Price: $12.95 PB

148 pages

Proverbs 4:23 warns us to guard the heart with all diligence because the springs of life flow from it. But what is this heart the Bible speaks of? How can it be guarded? What are springs of life? Recent developments in the fields of neurocardiology and psychology are supplying answers to these questions. And, as unlikely as it may seem, the latest scientific developments support what the Bible has long proclaimed—that whatever is believed within the human heart determines the course of a person’s life.

 

Weaving together science, psychology and scripture, The Quiet Heart, explains how God designed the human heart and how that design has been hijacked as a result of the fall. The author, a seasoned prayer minister, offers field-tested tools and strategies to help you discover what is hidden in your heart. It teaches how to recover your heart and train it to align with God’s truth so that you may enjoy a healthy and meaningful relationship with Him.

 

Topics include the human spirit, soul and heart; the fall and deliverance; spiritual warfare; generational considerations; learning to hear from God and more. This gentle and practical guide to inner healing and deliverance offers step-by-step instructions along with written prayers. Thoughtful research, combined with years of experience, makes The Quiet Heart a must read for those seeking peace with God, themselves and others.

Signed copies available at Ernest & Hadley 

Booksellers in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

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The Empress and the Archer

The Empress' Quest, Book 2

Erich Wildgrube

February 19, 2020

List Price: $13.50 PB

216 pages

Leeta has returned to the land of Velicorte with the fabled Archer of Queen City himself Henry Ian Daniels. Now the two begin their quest to save the land of Velicorte from the evil machinations of Esau Moncrief and his demonic familier Thatch. Along the way, they will unite with old friends and new on their way through the countryside towards the final confrontation at the Castle of Gilead itself.

Signed copies available at Ernest & Hadley Booksellers in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Library Girls of New York

A Secret Place

Carolyn Rhodes

December 1, 2019

List Price: $15.99 PB

112 pages

65 black/white and color photographs

Library Girls of New York is a true story, a recollection of growing up in an unusual place. The author lived inside an apartment in two New York Public Libraries with her Mom and Dad and two sisters from the 1940s to the 1970s. 

Signed copies available at Ernest & Hadley Booksellers in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

See Carolyn's video interview with the TPL Local Author Series below.

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Molly Finds Her Purr

Pamela S. Wight 

 

Illustrated by Shelley A. Steinle

October 15, 2019

List Price: $17.99 HB

Ages 3 and up

32 pages, full color

Molly the Cat is lonely. No matter how hard she tries to make friends with birds, they all fly away from her. Even other cats don’t seem to like her. Friendless, Molly has no purr. But a wisecracking squirrel opens Molly’s eyes to a world in which friendship comes in all sizes, shapes, and species.

 

This delightful tale with dazzling illustrations sparkles with sweet insight that makes all readers purr with pleasure at the end.

Watch Pam Wight on the YouTube program, Be My Guest.

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