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Local Boston Author Releases Debut Book; ?Ruins of the Mind?

Local Boston Author Releases Debut Book; “Ruins of the Mind”

Swampscott, MA (PRWEB) April 24, 2012

Author J.P. Stadtlander ( announced today the official launch of his debut book “Ruins of the Mind” on May 15th, 2012. The book, an anthology of short stories, focuses on science fiction, unusual circumstances and touches on the possibilities of what might be right under our nose.

An elderly home in north-eastern, Ohio has hired a handyman that has an unusual effect on those around him. At the same time he is hired, strange things seem to affect the residents of this quiet retirement home. Justice is served for those who are uncaring or unkind, yet rewarded to those who are compassionate and kind to others. Discover an elderly home like no other in “The Lantern”

A species which has existed with us for tens of thousands of years is about to make itself known to us. However, the knowledge of its existence is not the unusual part of this story, the reason for their coming into communication with us could spell certain doom for our entire way of life. Learn how in “The Ter’roc”.

J.P. taps into his psyche as well as that of the reader. He enjoys exploring the implausible, yet still finding a way to make it possible. “I have always loved the possibility of ‘what-if’ and enjoy trying to put myself in other people’s shoes and learning to discover how they might think and act if really put into the situations.”, states J.P. Stadtlander

The book also contains a story that puts the reader in the shoes of a character who is on one of the flights that collides with the World Trade Center and recounts what the people on the aircraft also went through in real time prior to the act. Experience it yourself in “Feathers in the Wind”.

“Ruins of the Mind” will be available in paperback on Amazon and at independent bookstores nationwide as well as Kindle and eBook on May 15th, 2012.

About J.P. Stadtlander

Born and raised in Ohio, J.P. has been writing for fifteen years and finds inspiration through such authors as Dean Koontz and Stephen King. He has been working in Information Technology since 1995 and performs lectures to parents on child computer and internet safety. He currently lives in northern Massachusetts with his family.


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New Boston Harbor Restaurant Celebrates Boston Bruins with Nightly Specials

New Boston Harbor Restaurant Celebrates Boston Bruins with Nightly Specials

Waterline Restaurant at Boston Marriott Lengthy Wharf Hotel

Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 13, 2011

The newly opened Waterline restaurant at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf Hotel welcomes guests to the waterfront with new bar specials inspired by its coveted perch above the Boston Harbor and its hometown hockey champions. Every weekday from 4 pm to 7 pm, this Boston harbor restaurant brings the bounty of the sea to the table with light bites themed nightly, such as mini lobster rolls ($ four every) on Mondays and tableside-shucked New England oysters ($ 1 each) on Wednesdays. For those who prefer turf to surf, executive chef Joseph Chaves produced Bruins Black &amp Blue Mini Burgers in honor of Boston’s own hockey heroes.

“Every night of the week, Waterline offers the type of comforting New England bar bites that pair perfectly with our classic cocktails or regional craft beers,” said Mark Minerd, Director of Restaurant Operations and home mixologist. For full details about these newly launched specials, see beneath.

Bruins Black &amp Blue Mini Burgers

Three residence-ground beef mini burgers dusted with blackening spice and topped with blue cheese, paired with a flight of four New England craft beers, $ 14 Accessible exclusively in the course of Bruins games, house and away

Waterline’s Wicked Hour

Weekday evenings from 4 pm – 7 pm

Monday – Mini lobster rolls, $ 4

Tuesday – Peel &amp eat shrimp, $ 4

Wednesday – New England oysters, $ 1 (shucked tableside)

Thursday – Fish n’ chips, $ four

Friday – Jumbo lump crab cake, $ 4

1 of the greatest new Boston harbor restaurants, Waterline gives classic New England fare, ideal for sharing, and made from the finest, locally sourced ingredients. With several tiny plates, sandwiches, salads and heartier dishes, every appetite is satisfied in this fresh, contemporary restaurant overlooking the Boston Harbor.

Menu highlights at this Boston harbor restaurant incorporate snacks and starters like old bay popcorn and veal meatballs in spicy tomato sauce, local favorites such as Judith Point lemon calamari, signature seafood entrees such as cast iron seared salmon and indulgent desserts like Boston cream pie and Northern Neighborhood Cannoli. Featuring 1 of the most robust bars of all Boston harbor hotels, the Waterline bar menu salutes quintessential American cocktails, with the Ward Eight (very first served in Boston for the duration of the late 19th century), the Aviation and Fish Residence Punch, 16 beers on tap, and a carefully assembled wine list. The newest of restaurants in Boston Harbor, Waterline is anchored by a 12-seat bar, which provides a number of private booths, and features a big, communal dining table, flexible table seating, and a semi-private dining space for up to 40 guests.

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Waterline at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf Harbor Hotel is open Monday via Thursday (6:30 am – midnight) Friday (6:30 am – two:00 am) Saturday (7:00 am – two:00 am) and Sunday (7:00 am – midnight). This Boston harbor restaurant is located at 296 State Street, proper next to the MBTA’s Aquarium station. Guests may get pleasure from two-hour validated parking when they dine at Waterline. Reservations can be produced by calling 617-227-3838 or visit for a lot more information.

About the Boston Marriott Lengthy Wharf Hotel

The Boston Marriott Lengthy Wharf incorporates the most recent innovations of Marriott Hotels &amp Resorts, Marriott International’s iconic, efficiency-driven brand. All 412 guest rooms, including 13 suites, feature HD LCD televisions with split screen technology and plug-in connectivity, wired and wireless world wide web access, comfortable ergonomic furnishings, luxurious bedding with 300-count cotton-rich sheets, and iPod clock radios. An upgraded fitness center provides the most recent cardio vascular machines, strength training gear and free of charge weights, as properly as indoor pool with Jacuzzi and private sun deck. Room service is obtainable, and a Starbucks Cafe serves fresh coffee drinks, produced to order. The hotel has 15,000 square feet of flexible meeting and occasion space, including the new Harbor View Ballroom, which boasts a 180-degree panoramic view of the Boston Harbor. The Boston Marriott Lengthy Wharf is inside short walking distance of Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market place, and the Boston Aquarium, and just minutes from Boston Widespread, the Boston Children’s Museum and the TD Banknorth Garden. The hotel also gives easy access to Logan International Airport, Amtrak’s South Station, the MBTA’s subway and commuter rail and I-93. For hotel details, please call 617-227-0800 or check out



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