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Award-Winning Pundit Wins Literary Award

By Michael September 17, 2020 0

Award-winning journalist and political pundit Harold Michael Harvey has captured his first literary award, a Bronze Medal for his memoir Freaknik Lawyer: A Memoir on the Craft of Resistance. Read about his fascinating journey from farm boy to an award-winning journalist to an awarding-winning lawyer to an award-winning author. read more

Freaknik Lawyer Wins Book Award!

By Michael August 21, 2020 8

We are excited to announce that Harold Michael Harvey has won a bronze medal from the Living Now Book Awards in the category of male memoirs for his work Freaknik Lawyer: A Memoir on the Craft of Resistance ( Cascade Publishing House, Atlanta, 2019).

Harvey’s book will be featured next year in the Awards section at the prestigious BookExpo America 2021. His novel Paper Puzzle received similar exposure at BookExpo America 2011. read more

Harvey Pens Intimate Book on The Life of C. T. Vivian

By Michael August 7, 2020 0

Cascade Publishing House is excited to announce the publication of My C. T. Vivian Story: A Powerful Flame That Burned Brightly, by our publisher and author-in-residence, Harold Michael Harvey.

Vivian, an iconic civil rights leader and Harvey were neighbors for 27-years until Vivian’s transition in July 2020. They often shared private dinners where Vivian mentored Harvey and shared his innermost thoughts on various events that occurred during the civil rights era. read more

New Book Coming from Cascade Publishing House

By Michael July 25, 2020 0

Cascade Publishing House is pleased to announce that it will publish I Didn’t Want to Do It: A Memoir From Sin to Mega-Church Builder by Donald Earl Bryant. This memoir is Bryant’s first book. He recently retired from the pulpit at Friendship Community Church in College Park, Georgia. Friendship is a debt-free megachurch. read more

Our New Logo

By Michael May 17, 2020 0

We are excited to unveil the new logo for Cascade Publishing House.

This mark is our new logo at Cascade Publishing House, an imprint of quality in book publishing. We are in the business of writing and publishing.

Let’s talk about sharing that inspirational story inside of you with the world.

FROM THE DESK OF C. M. Harvey read more

Book Signings Suspended Due To Covid-19 Pandemic

By Michael March 16, 2020 0

Due to the CDC recommendation to limit crowd sizes to 50 people today, I am suspending all future book signings and public speaking appearances for the next two months. As with all small businesses and hourly workers, we will take a hit. Kindly buy a couple of our books, shipping is free, and we ship on the same day. Thanks for your help. read more

Denied Library Acess 55 Years Ago Harvey Is Author Series Speaker

By Michael February 9, 2020 0

In 1962, Harold Michael Harvey was a 12-year-old with an insatiable appetite for reading books. He liked baseball and rocks. He loved reading books about baseball and rocks.

When he had read all the books in his mother’s library at home, and in the library at Eugenia Hamilton Elementary School, he asked his mom if she would take him to the library on Washington Avenue. He wanted to check out a book on Willie Mays, one of his favorite baseball players. read more

Cascade Publishing House Release 2020 Book List

By Michael January 11, 2020 0

“We are pleased to release our 2020 book list,” Cyn Harvey, President of Cascade Publishing House recently announced.

Cascade Publishing House is a small independent book publisher that was organized ten years ago for authors who could benefit by being in a small publishing house.

According to Harvey, the list is as follows: read more

Freaknik Lawyer Herald As Role Model By Macon Audience

By Michael September 24, 2019 2

 “I was not sure of the reception from my hometown,” Harold Michael Harvey, author of  Freaknik Lawyer, said. He had just finished reading a passage from his memoir to a gathering of Maconites at the historic Douglass Théâtre.

Harvey’s memoir on the craft of resistance is an intimate portrayal of his life coming of age in Macon, first during Jim Crow, and later during integration. read more