Jack Herskowitz Speaking at SABR Meeting

June 6, 2017 – Jack Herskowitz attended the South Florida chapter meeting for the Society for American Baseball Research this Saturday. Herskowitz attended the meeting to promote his latest book, Danger at the Ballpark.

Danger is an in-depth look at the risks fans face when they attend a game, be it from a broken bat or the team mascot himself. The book also details how the MLB stays untouchable in the midst of all these injuries.

Throughout his presentation Herskowitz touched on some of the unfortunate accidents that have seriously injured fans, as well as recounting the near-tragic story that inspired […]

Let’s Write Together Article on My Palm Beach Post

NEW: Let’s Write Together turns 36 students into published authors
As seen on My Palm Beach Post, article by Antonio Fins.

Thirty-six students, mostly from Palm Beach County schools, are now published writers.

They are authors courtesy of the Let’s Write Together program founded and run by a Boca Raton high school student. The three dozen students were honored Friday in a ceremony at the Hagen Ranch Road public library branch in Delray Beach.

As their parents and teachers applauded and snapped photos, each of the students, representing area elementary, middle and high schools, was called by name and presented with a certificate. […]

“The Lets’s Write Together!” 4th Annual Contest Award Ceremony

Deerfield Beach, FL—April 1, 2017— We are pleased to announce “The Let’s Write Together!” 4th Annual Contest Award Ceremony will be held at the Hagan Ranch Branch Library on Friday, May 17, 2017 at 4:00 PM.

Alex Watson and Robert Watson are teamed up with TriMark Press to bring you the fourth annual Let’s Write Together Contest. Students grades 1-12 from all over Palm Beach County submitted their stories for a chance to get them professionally published. The rules allow for the stories to be written alone or with friends and/or family, allowing for more collaborative fun and […]

Interview with Author, Robert Berman of Chasing Rainbows and Beyond

Robert L. Berman’s speaks to TriMark Press about his book, Chasing Rainbows and Beyond: A Spectrum of Light and Hope. He shares with us his “Final Four” Humanitarian Rainbows which are: The Hope Scholarship, Hope For Starving Children, Hope For Tolerance Development of a “Center and Museum of Tolerance” and Hope for A Cure for ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) in which he promises to devote the rest of his life supporting all efforts to finding a cure.

In Chasing Rainbows and Beyond, Robert passionately illustrates an intelligent, feasible game plan for each, providing the blueprint to making these hopeful humanitarian projects become a much-needed reality.


Publish Your Graphic Novels at TriMark Press

TriMark Press is expanding its services to graphic novel production!
We proudly introduce a new avenue for writers and illustrators to publish and share their creations to curious readers around the world. Graphic novels published by TriMark Press will be available on Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and its online store. If you are an author or a creative team, please continue to read about submission guidelines.

People who may not know what graphic novels are might think they’re comic books or books for kids. Although graphic novels can be created for children, it is not exclusive to an age group or genre. Complex […]

Cure To The Summertime Blues…Reading

Beat the summertime blues, improve your memory and exercise your mind.


Summer months for adults can be very stressful. Most of us have to work and are unable to take a much needed vacation. Also, some children may have to stay at grandma’s house or attend summer school because dreamy summer camp is out of the budget. If you’re saddened by not having the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and great weather, reading can help beat these summertime blues while exercising your mind.

Below is our 2016 Summer book list. Be sure to pick a book, sit quietly, enjoy the rain […]

5 Great Books for Back To School Week

For the millions of children starting or going back to school this year, this week will be one marked by anxiety and excitement. As parents we might feel helpless as to what we can do to ease their fears, but there are ways we can aid them. Help your child navigate the beginning of the school year with these great back-to-school books.


As I’m sure many of us remember, the first day of school can be exciting as well daunting. As parents we experience a similar kind of anxiety, wondering whether our little ones will be okay without us. Will […]

The Sins of Castel du Mont . . . An Excerpt for the Curious

Curious about what went on in The Castel? Read below for an excerpt of The Sins of Castel du Mont, a novel by Rosemary Bracco Greenbaum Kohler.


“Clara!” Giovanni, the miller, turned with an excited expression and called again, “Clara, come here. Splendid news.” His hands trembled and his thin face was creased into furrows of delight, slightly shaded by a soft white powder from his millwork.  His daughter appeared in the doorway. She paused, surveying her father’s black boots, completely covered by the white dusty flour.

“Father, you’re quite untidy, you know,” she observed as her dark skirt brushed lightly […]

Meet our Latest Author, Rosemary Bracco Greenbaum Kohler

Rosemary Bracco Greenbaum Kohler’s new book The Sins of Castel du Mont details the folklore she unearthed while researching her birthplace, the Alice Catello in the province of Piedmont, Italy.

The backstory is interesting: after an impromptu visit with her family prompted her to show off her birthplace, emotions overcame her when she was put in sight of the castle. Suddenly, memories of her past and the castle’s history flooded her memory, haunting her until she shared the castle’s story.

The fiery, passionate nature of the native Italian woman took over, directing her to go as far as to open her […]

Long-Forgotten Folklore is Revived by Local Author

The sad news of the destruction of the Hatra site in Iraq last week, in addition to the free-flowing reports of vandalism to ancient artifacts around the world (take the 4,000 cases of vandalism that have been found in sacred Sri Lankan sites over the past two decades) are sad indications that not everyone regards our collective history as something sacred and important. These are extreme examples of aggression driven by self-interest, but it highlights the importance, on the other hand, of the actions we take to revive or reclaim our histories. This is what one of our authors […]