Prominant LDS writer publishes uplifting, nearly-lost Mormon classics
02/01/2012

Popular Latter-day Saint author and blogger Mary Bailey has long sought after and embraced many of the early classics of Mormon literature. In the past many of these rare and obscure works have been available in antique book stores and poor-quality internet scans only. Now, having amassed and personally transcribed many of these almost-lost classics, she seeks to make these works widely available once again.

Online PR News – 01-February-2012 – – Popular Latter-day Saint author and blogger Mary Bailey has long sought after and embraced many of the early classics of Mormon literature. In the past many of these rare and obscure works have been available in antique book stores and poor-quality internet scans only. Now, having amassed and personally transcribed many of these almost-lost classics, she seeks to make these works widely available once again.

Currant Bush Publishing, founded based on solid principles of Gospel Teaching and Leadership, now begins the long process of making these titles available in both Print and electronic formats.

Current Listings can be found on Amazon, at http://goo.gl/QhDhQ

Some popular titles include:
Dorian, by Nephi Anderson - http://goo.gl/2414r

The Children's Book: A Collection of Short Stories and Poems for Mormon Children, by Augusta Joyce Crocheron - http://goo.gl/0665a

The Complete Journal of Discourses - http://goo.gl/1QD0j

To view other available titles or to request specific titles to be expedited, please contact our office at admin@currantbush.com.