Natalie Hanemann as been selected as the editor for two of my new books: Rock of the Apostles: A Brief History of Catholic Tradition and The Schiavona, a novel on the life of St. Charles Borromeo and the Council of Trent. Rock of the Apostles is intended as a text book for high school students, while Schiavona is a story of the turbulent times of the 16th century. Natalie was the former chief acquisitions editor for the largest Christian publisher in the world (Thomas Nelson Publishers) and the lead editor for Tuscany Press, a Catholic Publisher. Currently, in addition to editing books, she teaches CCD in her parish in Tennessee. We look forward to working with Natalie and sending our new books on to a publisher later this spring. An imprimatur is currently being sought for the textbook from the Archdiocese of Baltimore with the aid of the Chancellor there.
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