San Diego Reader Releases 7-Book Series Profiling Local Communities

SAN DIEGO, CA — Conveniently packaged in
eBook format, San Diego-bound visitors and residents
alike can choose from seven hyper-local community
profiles for Coronado, Imperial Beach, La Jolla, Mission
Beach, Ocean Beach, Pacific Beach and Point Loma. Each
book in the series includes places to go, things to do
and things to know about each of these famous San Diego

“Visitors to San Diego are often surprised by the unique
culture of our city” says Jim Holman, owner and editor of
the San Diego Reader. “This new series of eBooks from our
growing publishing imprint is ideal for both locals and
visitors alike. Each one represents what is unique about
these communities.”

Titles in the Reader Local series include history, local
mainstays, events, things to do and stories from the last
40 years:
1. All Things Coronado (ISBN: 978-1-939938-20-6)
2. All Things Imperial Beach (ISBN: 978-1-939938-18-3)
3. All Things La Jolla (ISBN: 978-1-939938-03-9)
4. All Things Mission Beach (ISBN: 978-1-939938-15-2)
5. All Things Ocean Beach (ISBN: 978-1-939938-21-3)
6. All Things Pacific Beach (ISBN: 978-1-939938-14-5)
7. All Things Point Loma (ISBN: 978-1-939938-19-0)

All eBooks are immediately available direct from the San
Diego Reader website or from popular eBookstores such as
Amazon Kindle, Apple iBooks and Barnes & Noble Nook.
Email requests for review copies of eBooks to: Provide your media outlet
affiliation, eBook title interest and contact

About the San Diego Reader
Founded in 1972, the San Diego Reader publishes the
largest alternative press paper in the county of San
Diego, distributed free each Wednesday, as well as a
highly ranked website at Noted for
its literary style of journalism and coverage of the
arts, particularly film and theater, the Reader is known
as a showcase for San Diego writers and photographers.
San Diego Reader inquiries contact: Jim Holman,

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