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May 2014

Stuart Tower's Branko recieved a 2014 1st place award for Historic fiction. For more info click here: BRANKO AND THE WAYFARERS DOCUMENTARY.


JANUARY 2014

Happy New Year. The website enhancement is complete and new photographic portals will be added soon.


In other news, attention is being garnered by Stuart Tower's new novel, Branko (cited in the previous News Byte below). Read about the novel and the "Herculean effort" that brought this sweeping historical novel to the marketplace in the Lighthouse Press, LLC Press Release about STUART TOWER'S RETURN TO BOOKSTORES.


NOVEMBER 2013

Please bear with us while the web site is being updated. Minor changes to layout are being made and the Camera One Portal is being enhanced with the option of full screen photos, regardless of your browser's window size. Check out the progress as site pages are being converted every day.


In other news, DL Tolleson has been involved in the production of Stuart Tower's recently published historical novel, Branko. To purchase the novel online, visit AMAZON.COM.


MARCH 2011

DLTolleson.com goes through another re-design, this time incorporating photography.


Last years's e-book, Socials, is soon to be released as a print edition followed by a 4th edition of The Gray Stopgap.


MARCH 2010

Socials, a novella by DL Tolleson, debuted just after Christmas. "It's a love story," Tolleson remarked. "Or rather, ‘a learning about love’ story. When we're at the most intense heights of passion or depths of despair, love is at its best when working in the background of our lives. This is my way of explaining that realization."


Offered exclusively at the web site of The Lighthouse Press, Inc, Socials is the first e-book novella for both the publisher and the author.


PREESS RELEASE


To purchase and immediately download CLICK HERE FOR SOCIALS.


In other news: The North Texas Daily, has moved it's online home to a new server and archived stories are not yet available--including the review of The Gray Stopgap that is linked further down in this newsfeed. The publication assures us this will be remedied in the coming months.


JUNE 2009

The DL Tolleson web site expands and now offers online fiction and non-fiction reading material, an author blog on contemporary issues, news, film reviews and even guest writers.


Take a look around and let us know what you think.


$500 for The Gray Stopgap on Amazon.com? Is that for real and are we crazy? Get the detailed  answer by clicking the  About Tolleson link on the left side of this page  (and in theQ&A section at the Tolleson page on this web site


JANUARY 2008

The college newspaper of DL Tolleson's alma mater ran a review of The Gray Stopgap some years ago and we only now have stumbled accross it. Making comparisons to Ian Fleming's James Bond and Bret Easton Ellis', American Psycho the review touches on Tolleson's use of "babes, cool toys, horrific scenes and a love story." Described as having melodrama "at its finest" the novel is, the review sums up, a "thrilling plot" with "intense action" and realism. Whew, what a review—and that's just the highlights of the review in the NORTH TEXAS DAILY.


JUNE 2007

The Lighthouse Press, Inc. launched an experiment at the end of 2006. The test was whether author DL Tolleson could be linked to five specific target individuals though chains of five intermediary acquaintances. As an incentive to experiment participants, free copies of The Gray Stopgap and Stuart Tower's The Wayfarers were offered.


You can read about the experiment at the publisher's web page, SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATON


APRIL 2005

DLTolleson.com is redesigned.


MAY 2004

A publication of the University of North Texas gives a nod of recognition to The Gray Stopgap in THE NORTH TEXAN.


FEBRUARY 2004

A publication of the Tarrant County College District (in Fort Worth, Texas), runs a feature regarding DL Tolleson in THE COLLEGIAN.


The online edition of the feature is available via the February 11 2004 archive or a word search for "DL Tolleson" at THE COLLEGIAN.


JANUARY 2004

The Gray Stopgap receives a third "staff recommendation" from a Barnes & Noble bookstore, this one on University Drive in the TCU area near downtown Fort Worth, Texas.


PRESS RELEASE


For international readers:

PRESS RELEASE


DECEMBER 2003

A site-wide update, new e-mail links, sequel news, movie news and more from Tolleson are here.


OCTOBER 2003

While admittedly old news, online press releases regarding Staff Recommendations for The Gray Stopgap at Barnes & Noble bookstores recently found their way onto "The Ezine.Net" website.


AUGUST 2003

Independent booksellers receive word that, "Yes, a sequel is in the works!" in this promotional LIGHTHOUSE PRESS MEMO.


JUNE 2003

The 2003 Book Expo was held in California at the Los Angeles Convention Center May 29 through June 1. In attendance were Publishers, agents, editors, screen agents, producers, celebrities and over 650 authors


While Tolleson did not attend the Expo, the Lighthouse Press and his Hollywood Publicist represented him. For a look back, read the June 2003 blog entry at 2003 ARCHIVE


FEBRUARY 2003

The Lighthouse Press, Inc. announces that The Gray Stopgap has doubled its on-line presence from 10 to over 20 bookstores and retailers.


JANUARY 2003

If you're in the movie industry The Lighthouse Press, Inc offers a number of fresh, new titles for script adapatation. Contact us via our WEB SITE.


OCTOBER / NOVEMBER 2002

The Lighthouse Press targets over 750 independent booksellers with announcements regarding The Gray Stopgap.


AUGUST 2002

The Lighthouse Press invites you to read and post reviews at the Internet's premiere bookstore, Amazon.com.


JUNE/JULY 2002

The Gray Stopgap receives a second "staff recommendation" from a Barnes & Noble bookstore, this one at Third and Commerce in downtown Fort Worth, Texas.


PRESS RELEASE


MAY/JUNE 2002

The Gray Stopgap receives a "staff recommendation" at a Barnes & Noble in Richardson, Texas (located on Plano Road).


PRESS RELEASE


APRIL 27th - 28th 2002

DL Tolleson attends the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books in California. 140,000 people visit the 2002 Festival, which is host to numerous well-known authors, including Steve Martin, Mary Higgins Clark, and Ray Bradbury.


MARCH 2002

The Gray Stopgap is available internationally with listings on 4 of the overseas Amazon.com stores.


FEBRUARY 2002

Lighthouse Press announces that The Gray Stopgap is available from bookstores and from over 10 on-line retailers.


JANUARY 2002

The Lighthouse Press publishes The Gray Stopgap, one of their first "techno-thrillers."

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