Entries by Jeremy Lammi

Announcing All Soldiers Run Away: Alano’s War, The Story of a British Deserter

Lammi Publishing, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has acquired the rights to the biography All Soldiers Run Away: Alano’s War, The Story of a British Deserter by Andy Owen. All Soldiers Run Away: Alano’s War, The Story of a British Deserter is the story of Alan Juniper’s wartime experiences in the North African […]

Paperbacks

Lammi Publishing is pleased to announce that our future titles will be available in paperback form as well as ebook. Some of our catalog titles will also be converted into paperback. When we were first discussing the idea for the company in the beginning of 2014, one of the things we considered was the best […]

Passive Voice

Sometime in the near future, we will be releasing a booklet that explains our conventions and house style in great detail. This will be helpful for our authors to understand exactly how to best put their work together for publication. Up until the release, we will, from time to time, be posting small previews on […]

Table of Contents for Canadians and War, Vol. 1

The book is now available directly through the publisher or through all major ebook retailers. Lammi Publishing, Inc. is pleased to release the table of contents for our first semi-annual essay collection on Canadian military history. Lunenburg’s “Quiet Riot” and Maritime Resistance to the 1917 Military Service Act by Maryanne Lewell Maryanne Lewell is a […]

Announcing Book on the Challenges of Digitizing Medical Records and E-Government

Lammi Publishing, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has acquired the worldwide electronic English language rights to the health care book. Digital Information Revolution Changes in Canada: E-Government Design, the Battle against Illicit Drugs, and Health Care Reform by Scarlett Kelly. The book lays out the benefits of the digitization of health records and […]

Announcing the biography of Rfm. George Carvell

Lammi Publishing, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has acquired the worldwide electronic English language rights to the biography I’m a Survivor not a Victim: The Experiences of Normandy Veteran George Carvell and His Reintegration into Society by Amanda Shepherd. The book documents the experiences of Rfm. George Carvell, of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles, […]

Losing History

Centurions I was reading a competitors book over the weekend on Roman Centurions where it was pointed out that we don’t know the rules governing promotions and the like.  [1]  Presumably the historians that wrote things down either believed that their audiences didn’t care about such things or for that matter already would’ve known them. […]