Mill Park Publishing of Eagle, Idaho was created in 2003 by author Elaine Ambrose.
The company facilitates fee-based book publication and marketing for local authors
and organizes writer's retreats.







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    Written on Monday, 20 June 2016 03:16 in Elaine's Blog Read 1228 times
  • Elaine Ambrose Premiere Party for "Feisty after 45" April 22 at JUMP
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    Written on Wednesday, 13 April 2016 05:02 in Elaine's Blog Read 1325 times
  • Elaine Ambrose Premiere Party for "Feisty after 45" April 22 at JUMP
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    Written on Saturday, 12 March 2016 05:14 in Elaine's Blog Read 1445 times
  • Elaine Ambrose "Feisty after 45" Anthology is Ready!
    Written by Elaine Ambrose


    Eagle, ID – Mill Park Publishing of Eagle, Idaho announces the premiere of the anthology Feisty after 45 – The Best Blogs from Midlife Women. The book features 45 midlife authors from across the country and Canada, and topics include humor, inspiration, travel, and caregiving. More than 200 entries were received.

    Mill Park Publishing features award-winning books written by women and organizes writing retreats and creativity workshops. The company’s books have won 14 awards in the past 3 years, and a portion of the sales proceeds is donated to local charities. The anthology Little White Dress won the Bronze Medal for Women’s Issues from the Independent Publisher Book Awards program in 2012. A humorous book for women titled Midlife Cabernet won two national humor awards in 2014, and Publishers Weekly wrote that the book is “laugh-out-loud funny.” 

    Mill Park Publishing has enabled 70 women to become published authors. The company is owned by author and syndicated blogger Elaine Ambrose. Find more information at

    The paperback book Feisty after 45 retails for $12 and is available now on The eBook version is $2.99 and available soon on Amazon, Nook, KOBO, IBooks, and Google Play.

    Selected authors:

    Meryl Baer, Ventnor, NJ

    Anne Bardsley, South Pasadena, FL

    Sharon Olivia Blumberg, Chicago, IL

    Susan Swicegood Boswell, Greensboro, NC

    Sherry Briscoe, Boise, ID

    Carol A. Cassara, San Jose, CA

    Cathy Chester, Kinnelon, NJ

    Lynne Cobb, Royal Oak, MI

    Kimberly “Kimba” Dalferes, Fairfax, VA

    Bonnie Dodge, Twin Falls, ID

    Marcia Kester Doyle, Pompano Beach, FL

    Marie Murphy Duess, Newtown, PA

    Janie Emaus, Los Angeles, CA

    Susan Emerson, Corvallis, OR

    Elyse Ericsson, Boise, ID

    Karin Britt Gall, Harrisburg, OH

    Lee Gaitan, Atlanta, GA

    Stacey Gustafson, Pleasanton, CA

    Kimberly Jayne, Austin, TX

    Roxanne Jones, Brunswick, ME

    Rita Kampen, Langley, BC Canada

    Lisa Kanarek, Dallas, TX

    Teresa Bell Kindred, Edmonton, KY

    Ruth Knox, Meridian, ID

    Kristine Laco, Toronto, Canada

    Kimberly Montgomery, Incline Village, NV

    Mary-Leah Moore, Bothell, WA

    Gretchen Higgins Mullins, Boise, ID

    Heidi Naylor, Boise, ID

    Cheryl Nicholl, New Orleans, LA

    Laurie Oien, White Bear Lake, MN

    Michelle Baynes Owens, York, PA

    Kelly Hams Pearson, Parkville, MO

    Elaine Plummer, Wake Forest, NC

    Yvonne Ransel, Bristol, IN

    Betty Rodgers, Boise, ID

    Deborah Ross, Phoenix, AZ

    Candy Schulman, New York, New York

    Amy Hartl Sherman, Glen Ellyn, IL

    Terri Lehr Spilman, Carmel, IN

    Kathryn Streeter, Austin, TX

    Camille DeFer Thompson, San Ramon, CA

    Linda Wolff, Los Angeles, CA

    Roz Warren, Bala Cynwyd, PA

    Written on Tuesday, 16 February 2016 16:09 in Elaine's Blog Read 1451 times
  • Elaine Ambrose New Cover for "Feisty after 45"
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    Written on Saturday, 19 December 2015 14:50 in Elaine's Blog Read 1548 times
Wassmuth Center for Human Rights and Mill Park Publishing to Sponsor Film
Eagle, ID - Can one child change the world? Yes. Malala Yousafzai was a 15-year-old school girl in Pakistan when terrorists attempted to kill her for advocating education. She survived a gunshot to the head and now leads a global campaign for girls’ education as co-founder of the Malala Fund. For her brave advocacy, she received the Nobel Peace Prize at age 17. Her compelling story is now a documentary that can be viewed across the country. 
The film “He Named Me Malala” was produced by acclaimed documentary filmmaker Davis Guggenheim. The film premiers in Boise on October 9 at The Flicks, 646 Fulton Street. For ticket information, see the website at  The Flicks Malala.  Malala. Click here to see the trailer:  Malala trailer
A benefit performance is scheduled at The Flicks for Sunday, October 11 beginning at 7:00 pm. A discussion will follow and includes students, educators, and local leaders concerned about human rights. The event is sponsored by the  Wassmuth Center for Human Rights  and Mill Park Publishing.  Local author, syndicated blogger, and publisher Elaine Ambrose owns Mill Park Publishing. She was invited to view the film “He Named Me Malala” at a private showing last July at the BlogHer Conference in New York City. Mill Park Publishing donated $2,000 to fund 200 tickets for school-age children to view the documentary. 
“This film captures the strength and resilience of one girl who is destined to improve the world,” says Ambrose. “In other parts of the world, girls are being murdered, tortured, and poisoned just for going to school. It’s time we placed a priority on education for girls.”
For information about discounted tickets to the October 11 event, see this website: Wassmuth Center for Human Rights.
The mission of the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights is to “promote respect for human dignity and diversity through education and to foster individual responsibility to work for justice and peace.” The Center achieves this mission by providing educational programs for teachers and students, engaging in community leadership, partnering with business and industry, and advocating for human rights.
Mill Park Publishing of Eagle has enabled more than 50 women to become published authors. The books have won 14 awards in the past two years. Two more books are scheduled for release in 2016.
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