“A Newfound Appreciation” – Heidi Ruehle Reviews The Monroe Building: A Chicago Masterpiece Rediscovered
Check out this new review of one of our first titles, The Monroe Building: A Chicago Masterpiece Rediscovered. Just like the building the book is about, this large coffee table volume continues to captivate and inspire long after its creation. The author of this review is Heidi Ruehle, who…
Free Practice SAT Passage Test with Answer Key: Other Side of the Wire
December 7, 2020
The Other Side of the Wire by Harold Coyle offers a plethora of resources for diverse parties. Aside from the comprehensive appendix full of historical context within the novel itself, its publishing company Master Wings Publishing has also worked to provide resources online. Check out a reading discussion group questions...
Behind the Book Cover of The Other Side of the Wire
October 2, 2020
In the publishing world, a book cover is a critical component to success. Compelling design makes a strong first impression before the audience even reads a single word. It sets the mood and takes the first swing at a sales pitch. The cover’s overall purpose is to give away just...
Book Club Questions for Harold Coyle’s Other Side of the Wire
August 7, 2020
When educator Tiffany P. picked up The Other Side of the Wire, she could not put it down. “I read it in one night because it was so gripping,” she wrote. “I felt like I was there, in that point in history.” Harold Coyle’s latest work...
Supplemental Reading for Other Side of the Wire
July 13, 2020
Master Wings Publishing recently released The Other Side of the Wire by Harold Coyle, a thought-provoking fictional novel that not only tells an empathetic transgender story, but also delivers on Coyle’s thorough research of the time period. The book is available for purchase here. With an extensive...
Interview with Harold Coyle, Author of The Other Side of the Wire
June 8, 2020
Harold Coyle broke into the literary scene with his techno-thriller novel Team Yankee in 1987, which quickly became a New York Times bestseller. “Coyle’s unusual skill as a novelist brings to life the realities of combat as very few writers are able to do. I found it absorbing, exciting, and...
Defendable, Accessible, Legible: The Value of Transcription with its Image Pairing in Nonfiction
April 9, 2020
What’s harder to read than a doctor’s shorthand? An 18th century doctor’s shorthand. When putting together a manuscript that prides itself on its selections of primary source reference material, the value of typing up handwritten items is clear.