The real-life jack of all trades

Brandon Christopher shares his intriguing journey through 80+ jobs in the American marketplace

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The Legacy of Lost Things

The Legacy of Lost Things tells the story of the Yessayians, an Armenian family who immigrate to Queens, NY in the 1970’s. It is there when Levon and Tamar meet for the first time, marry and eventually have two daughters. Years pass and Levon and Tamar wake up one summer morning to discover that their eldest daughter, Araxi, has run away. Unbeknownst to them, she has driven all the way to Sante Fe, New Mexico and has no plans of returning.

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Brandon Christopher’s The Job Pirate to Lead Off Bleeding Heart Publications’ Slate of Books by New Authors in February 2015

LIGHTNING RELEASES: BANGKOK (12/3/2014) – The Job Pirate by Brandon Christopher will be the first book published byBleeding Heart Publications, a new literary publishing house based in Southeast Asia that specializes in full-length and short creative non-fiction and fiction for the U.S. market. 

Funny, Irreverent Account of Christopher’s Rebellious Journey through the American Job Market Also Seen As “Survival Guide” for Gen-X and Millennials

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New Press Eyes U.S. Market From Thailand

In 2012, Cali Dawson and Gordon Ross, a pair of expats living in Bangkok, made plans to start a new publishing company in Thailand. The venture started, according to Ross, with “an idea to be different,” born out of his conversations with Dawson, a writer hailing from the Midwest, about how difficult it is to get published in today’s marketplace. “The idea of taking on an old, established industry and changing it for the better would be a test of character, and I wanted to see if I could do it,” said Ross, who was born and raised on the outskirts of Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Bleeding Heart Publications To Launch on November 30, 2014; Hosts Open Submissions for Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction

BANGKOK, Nov. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- – Bleeding Heart Publications, a new literary publishing house looking for "new voices" in full-length and short creative non-fiction and fiction, is launching in the United States and globally from its home base in Southeast Asia on November 30, 2014. [ See full article ]

Bleeding Heart Publications Announces Open Submissions Policy for Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction in New York Times Book Review Ad

BANGKOK, Dec. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In what many in the publishing world will regard as a risky, bold and unusual move, Bleeding Heart Publications, a new literary publishing house based in Southeast Asia, launched in the United States and globally on November 30th with a full-page advertisement in theNew York Times Book Review that calls for submissions of full-length and short fiction and creative non-fiction. [ See full article ]

Director speaks to PR Newswire

" There are so many gifted writers out there today who cannot get a publishing deal," says Gordon Ross, a Scottish businessman who is the director of Bleeding Heart Publications.

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Bleeding Heart Publications to Open Reading Period for Manuscript Submissions

Bleeding Heart Publications (BHP), a new international English-language press, plans to open submissions to unsolicited manuscripts from new and previously-published authors in the U.S. starting Sunday, November 30th.
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