Release Date and Sponsors Announced for Kill the Noise, Modmacros New Book

Menifee, Ca (PRWEB) April 29, 2015

Modmacro owner Matthew Smith recently announced that his latest book project, Kill the Noise, is scheduled for release on June 1, 2015. The book will be published by Maven Publishing USA, a boutique publishing house of non-fiction work.

The book is being made possible with the support of three business sponsorships. Writer and Author Christina DeBusk, BM Windows, Inc. of San Diego, and M. Grisafe Architects of Long Beach, Ca.

Christina DeBusk is a freelance writer, creating content for businesses and publications that connects and resonates with the intended readers. She specializes in writing on topics of health and wellness, self-help, personal development, safety and security, and business. Find out more about Christina and her ghostwriting and content writing services at

BM Windows is a top-rated supplier and installer of high-quality, energy efficient replacement windows and doors in the San Diego area. Their philosophy is to deliver high quality products and service at affordable prices without the hassle of high-pressure sales tactics. More information can be found on their website,

M. Grisafe Architects is a boutique architecture firm providing full service for both commercial and residential projects in Long Beach, Ca. With specialists including landscape designers and interior designers, M. Grisafe follows three continuing steps to ensure their architectural process delivers the highest level of service to every client. Learn more about M. Grisafe Architects at

I am grateful to Christina DeBusk, Michal Bohm, Owner of BM Windows and Mark Grisafe for partnering with us on Kill the Noise, said Matthew Smith. Their choice to get involved shows their commitment to the small business community and mirrors the level of engagement they maintain in their respective companies and industries. As the release date for the book draws closer, I become more excited about its message and how I hope it will impact small business owners and entrepreneurs.

About Kill the Noise

Kill the Noise explores the basic premise that small business owners need to develop discipline and focus on what it is they truly do best and avoid the distractions, wasted time and unproductive side projectsthe noise. By learning to identify and kill the noise, small businesses can operate more efficiently with a simpler model.

The book includes practical examples and personal stories that apply to small businesses of nearly all types. More information about the book can be found at

About Modmacro, Inc.

An award-winning web design and marketing firm, Modmacro partners with select small businesses to strategically grow their companies. The firms integrated marketing approach is based on a healthy mix of original creativity (design), visual appeal (branding), authentic story sharing (PR), driving targeted traffic (SEO), original content creation, user experience design considerations (UX), and practical data insights (analytics).

Now in their fifth year, the firm delivers tailor-made marketing solutions whose results illustrate clear value to profit-minded decision makers. Through a simple, proven process, Modmacros approach often challenges established thinking and reboots the status quo. The team invests in educating clients with the goal of developing lasting, partnership-level relationships that foster candid, productive dialogue. Learn more about Modmacro web design and marketing services at their website.

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Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) April 29, 2015

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