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As e-book prices rise, we are committed to keeping our books affordable.
These books are high quality, high value, reading investments.

Hi and Welcome!
Capital Media Enterprise, Inc. books are modern, educational, edifying, and wholesomely entertaining.
The Young Adult books feature positive role models, mentoring adults, a stable society, and promote traditional “family values.”

Our books are professionally edited, professionally formatted, and approved by a battery of readers before publication.
Author credentials? (people do ask),- Rawley studied political science in college, holds degrees in Philosophy, Communications, and Divinity, read British Literature in one of the early Rhodes summer studies programs at Oxford), traveled extensively in his twenties, worked for newspapers, radio and television stations, and reads when he is not writing.
An excerpt from a story in Rapunzel In Control is currently featured in the international literary quarterly, Adelaide Magazine.

We encourage our website visitors (especially parents), to read Meghan Cox Gurdon’s interview in Imprimus July/August 2013 Volume 42, Number 7/8
- in which she explains how and why the major publishers sell increasingly distasteful and destructive books to children, teens and Young Adults.
She calls for writers and publishers to reverse this trend and that is our mission.
You can listen to the journal read aloud here:
https://soundcloud.com/hillsdale-college/imprimis-july-august-2013

Here, by popular request, is a picture of Jody Rawley.
author writer contemporary literature
and another is here at Adelaide Magazine.

Reviews and Interviews:

http://pegamoose-g.livejournal.com/98305.html

http://gridirongrannyfootballfanatic.blogspot.com/search?q=Rawley

http://www.awriterguy.com/2016/01/indie-author-spotlight-jody-rawley.html?m=1


The website name:
“Dartans” is, phonetically at least, Gaeilige (Irish) for “farm.” Two generations off the boat, in the Valerie Mayton home, it came to mean a family business. We spelled it the way we heard it, then made the internet search and discovered that it is likely we have a sniglet, a family neologism.