KiCam Projects Opens Bookstore in Mount Orab

We have exciting news! Here’s the press release we sent to the media. Come see us! KiCam Projects, an independent publisher based in Georgetown, Ohio, recently opened a bookstore in Mount Orab, Ohio, to serve suburban and rural readers on the outskirts of the Cincinnati area. KiCam Books & Gifts, which highlights KiCam Projects’ catalog […]

Sharon Leder

‘The Fix’ Author Leder Creates Program for At-risk Teens

Sharon Leder, author of The Fix: A Father’s Secrets, A Daughter’s Search, has used proceeds from her novel to establish Creative Outlets: Finding Your Voice Through ARTS! at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis, Mass. The free program for youth ages 12-16 is offered Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. beginning April 15. […]

diary of a beautiful disaster

Bartzokis, Leder Benjamin Franklin Award Finalists

KiCam Projects authors Kristin Bartzokis and Sharon Leder have been named finalists for Benjamin Franklin Awards as presented by the Independent Book Publishers Association. Kristin’s memoir, Diary of a Beautiful Disaster, is a finalist for Best Inspirational Book, the category won last year by KiCam’s own Beautiful Scars, written by Kilee Brookbank and Lori Highlander. […]

Q&A with (Extra)Ordinary Women Author Kristin Bartzokis

Kristin Bartzokis is an extraordinary woman. Born with Treacher Collins syndrome, a craniofacial abnormality, Kristin experienced a childhood marked by surgeries and medical procedures, all while she became a champion gymnast. As an adult, Kristin has proudly accepted the challenge to stand out. That’s why she was the perfect person to write (Extra)Ordinary Women: Ten […]

Welcome New Author: Dr. Scot Hodkiewicz

KiCam Projects is delighted to welcome author Dr. Scot Hodkiewicz, whose book Going through Hell to Get to Heaven will release in January 2019. We first met Scot at BookExpo in June and immediately were moved by his story. Scot and his family were nearly killed when their vehicle was hit by an intoxicated driver on […]

Aimee Ross

Q&A with ‘Permanent Marker’ Author Aimee Ross

Aimee Ross was living a perfectly normal life raising three kids, married to her high school sweetheart, and teaching at her high school alma mater. Life was perfect—right until it wasn’t. Unhappy in her marriage, Aimee asked for a divorce. Three days later, she suffered a heart attack at age forty-one. Five months after that, she […]