Victoria House to Host “Heavenly Belize” Book Signing Event
Tuesday, December 6th, 2011
Press Release – M Business Solutions – November 28, 2011 – On Friday, December 9th author and photographer Marius Jovaiša, of Heavenly Belize will be in San Pedro. He will be hosting a book sale and signing event of the second edition at the Victoria House on Friday, December 9th from 6:30PM – 8:00 PM. All visitors and locals are invited to come and purchase their autographed copy of the book. There will be a cash bar and snacks will be available.
Other sales and signing event will be held on Thursday, December 8th at the Image Factory from 10:00 to 12:00 am.
Heavenly Belize is one of the finest aerial photography book on Belize. It makes a great gift for any time of the year, but especially for this Christmas season. This book encompasses majestic views of Belize’s mountains, Maya ruins, the islands, the reef, its wildlife and the many faces of the Belizean people. Each book is sold with its own gift bag, and is one of the best value for money.
Photographer, publisher, author of documentary films, Marius Jovaiša was born in Vilnius, Lithuania, on 21 June, 1973. Since his young days, Marius Jovaisa was deeply interested in videography and photography especially aerial photography. Marius Jovaisa’s personal photo exhibitions have been organized in almost twenty countries of the world including Australia, Japan, Canada, Argentina, USA, Cuba, Mexico, France and others.
He is the owner and managing director of the publishing Company “Unseen Pictures” which produces his albums, organizes marketing, publicity and distribution of his projects. Marius Jovaisa is married to Brigita Jovaisiene, author of childrens books. They have two children: Marija Izabele (8) and Vicentas (4).
Heavenly Belize Ltd is a registered Belizean Company with offices at Suite 206, Blake Building corner of Hutson & Eyre Sts. Anyone wishing to purchase books at retail or wholesale prices can call 610-0790. The book is also available at outlets countrywide.
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