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A Current Deception PR: More adventure riding dangerous currents down under.
Alternate Currents selected as finalist in Foreword Review’s 2013 annual book awards Alternate Currents PR
Alternate Currents is showcased on HBS Author’s Spotlight
Author interview with Maryann Miller’s It’s Not all Gravy
Arleen Alleman wins 2012 Best Trilogy Award from BooksandAuthors for first three Darcy Farthing novels.
Currents of Vengeance, the second Darcy Farthing novel, is a finalist in the Efestival of Words contest for best mystery/suspense novel of 2013.
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Arleen’s engaging writing and captivating story-telling swept her up into a tidal wave of publicity this past year as cruise ships and cruise ship safety remained in the headlines.
Just Google: “Author Arleen Alleman” and see how many results come up. You could say Arleen and her books are making a big splash not just in the US but around the globe.
U.S. Law Aimed at Improving Cruise Ship passenger Safety
In 2010, President Barack Obama signed the Cruise Vessel Security and Safety Act, enacting a law with similarities to the one proposed in Alleman’s Currents of Vengeance. The real law, sponsored by Senator John Kerry and Representative Doris Matsui was designed to enhance the personal security of American passengers aboard cruise ships.
On Friday, January 20th, 2012 ABC News’s 20/20 explored the topic in a special called “Cruise Ship Confidential,” and the 18 month deadline Obama set for implementing cruise ship safety in the bill quickly approaches.
GAO Management News Cites Former Employee’s Novels
Alternate Currents Press Release