Author Shares Methodology for Development and Practice of Communication in Cognitive Investigation - April 04, 2010
Twilight-Inspired Cookbook Surges to Fourth on the List. - March 15, 2010
Tucked away in the woodsy corner of a public park located within the once-gilded boundaries of a manufacturing city lies one of America's oldest ballparks—the only one in existence where historic sports figures Babe Ruth and Vince Lombardi have played. Muzzy Field: Tales From a Forgotten Ballpark, by journalist Douglas Malan chronicles all the Hall of Fame athletes and coaches who have played on the field since its creation in 1912, bringing to life the fascinating stories that created a legacy. - February 25, 2010
Dr. Tammy Lenski makes her living in the throes of confrontation and dispute. And, she loves it. A professional mediator with over two decades of experience—a combination of a previous faculty assignment with Woodbury College Mediation & Applied Conflict Studies graduate program and her street-tested savvy from private practice—Lenski has much to say about her craft. Drawing on familiar mediation concepts e.g. framing to dialogue-building to interests. - February 25, 2010
Learn how to rely more on your intuitive feelings and understanding of your child in a new evidenced-based guide to parenting, Attached at the Heart: 8 Proven Parenting Principles for Raising Connected and Compassionate Children by the co-founders of Attachment Parenting International, Barbara Nicholson and Lysa Parker. This book will give parents the confidence they need to respond to their children's needs in a sensitive, respectful and developmentally appropriate way. - February 25, 2010
iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self-publishing company, has announced its top ten best-selling books for January 2010, according point-of-sale data from major U.S. booksellers.
1. Spinning Tails, by Jan Hornung; (History). More than thirty writers contributed... - February 21, 2010
Figures Based on Point-of-Sale Data from Major U.S. Booksellers. - February 04, 2010
iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self publishing company, has unveiled two new premium publishing packages aimed at helping authors more effectively market their books:
· iUniverse’s Online Premier Pro publishing package includes all of the advantages... - October 21, 2009
Forceful Currents of Danger Run Deep Below the Surface of Troubled Waters. - October 15, 2009
Figures Based on Point-of-Sale Data from Major U.S. Booksellers - September 24, 2009
Rising Star Designation Recognizes Titles that Show Potential for Commercial Success. - August 06, 2009
Figures Based on Point-of-Sale Data from Major U.S. Booksellers. - August 06, 2009
Hux, an Obstetrician Specializing in Multiple Deliveries, Talks About Easing the Worries of Expectant Mothers. - August 06, 2009
iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self publishing company, is featuring Michael Keller, author of Torture Central, in its monthly podcast. - July 10, 2009
Authors can save up to $300 with the newest deal from iUniverse.
iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services and supported self-publishing company, extends savings to authors with a hole-in-one “Savings on the Green” deal.
· Save $300 or get 60 Free books when purchasing... - June 15, 2009
Candid and witty, this fascinating travel journal shares the escapades, philosophies and confessions of a young Canadian man who chooses to say good-bye to everything he knows and embrace the vast world outside his comfort zone with the enthusiasm of a true adventurer. - June 03, 2009
iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self publishing company, has announced its top ten best-selling books for April 2009, according to retail channel sales figures. Figures Based on Point-of-Sale Data from Major Booksellers - May 31, 2009
Figures Based on Point-of-Sale Data from Major Booksellers. AuthorHouse, the leading provider of self publishing and marketing services for authors around the globe, has announced its top ten best-selling titles for April 2009, according to retail channel sales figures. - May 30, 2009
iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self publishing company, is featuring author Bruce Lord in its monthly podcast.
Lord’s book Humpty Dumpty was Pushed is a collection of funny and strange short stories intended for children. Lord said he understands the struggle... - May 23, 2009
This memoir delves into the hardships and history of turn of the century immigrants, Jewish cultural values and the phenomenon of anti-Semitism. It tells the story of a warm, loving family and how they cope with crises, overcame obstacles, and flourished in their new homeland. - May 07, 2009
iUniverse Author Travis Moody Discusses Finances and Faith - May 07, 2009
Transform Your Life in 10 Days - April 09, 2009
“War does not determine who is right–only who is left.” — Bertrand Russell
Depth of Revenge by Richard Golden.
Israel and Iran faceoff as Britain, France, Russia, and the United States anxiously wait along the sidelines. Iran has not been persuaded to abandon its nuclear weapons... - April 08, 2009
Where is your light in the world?
Vizinau’s book shares families good times and struggles in San Francisco Bay Area.
Shine On Me (published by iUniverse) by Dexter Vizinau tells a dual story of a mother, who was born blind but used her many talents in the praise of God, and the coming-of-age... - March 22, 2009
Destiny, adventure collide in Nuku Hiva.
Muesch’s novel, Land of Men, combines time travel, a love story and cannibals in South Pacific.
Land of Men (published by iUniverse) by Edward Muesch is a fast-paced novel that puts the elements of sailing, romance and time travel on a collision course... - March 22, 2009
It’s time to be happy right now.
Author Yergin’s easy-to-read Megamorphosis can make a lasting change in your happiness.
Megamorphosis (published by iUniverse) by Michael Yergin gives us the tools for our body and mind to make us happier through a new word he developed -- megamorphosis... - March 22, 2009
Former New York City actress shares Peace Corps stories.
Sellin’s book narrates her time in Liberia in the 1960s.
Avoid Mosquitoes—and Other Impossibilities by Nancy Sellin (published by iUniverse) shares the details of her inspiring journey across the world to Liberia, West Africa, where... - March 22, 2009
The hard fall of a Giant.
Author Lyke hopes to recapture moral high ground in American politics.
Written by a psychologist, not a political pundit, The Impotent Giant (published by iUniverse) by H. John Lyke, Ph.D., is a journey into the soul of America that asks many questions about this once powerful... - March 22, 2009
New Book a Valuable Guide for Dealing with Sibling Death.
Author Helps Survivors and Professionals Understand the Best Methods for Coping.
The loss of a sibling at any age is a traumatic experience – one that can cause profound grief for decades. Sibling Grief: Healing After the Death of a Sister... - March 22, 2009
Medical Experts Use Data to Dispel Myths about Fad Diets and Exercise.
The Hundred-Year Diet: Guidelines and Recipes for a Long and Vigorous Life.
One in every 1,000 Americans will spend today in a hospital bed. By some estimates, half of those hospitalizations could have been prevented. As obesity... - March 22, 2009
Expect the unexpected in Marra’s world.
A Host of Suspects’ short stories are both intriguing and gritty.
A Host of Suspects (published by iUniverse) by Michael Marra shares short stories of gritty, corrupt worlds where the line between right and wrong is often very hazy and leads people... - March 22, 2009
True Events Inspire Thrilling Novel of Racial Justice.
Murder of White Teenager Sparks Whirlwind Trial Influenced by Quest for Justice and Corrupt Forces.
It’s 1932 in Austin, Texas. 60-year-old African-American Charlie Jarrell shoots and kills Michael Moss Jr., the white son of a prominent and... - March 21, 2009
What scares you most in life?
Wilson’s adventure novel captives the readers with a story of the occult and invisible evil.
The Prophecy’s Child (published by iUniverse) by W.E.D. Wilson is a fast-paced adventure novel about the family of Gary and Beth Carter, who along with their young,... - March 21, 2009
Strategic Market Research that Drives Business.
Expert Researcher Outlines Key Aspects of Qualitative, Quantitative Strategic Market Research.
Before new products are launched and business plans are executed, there is a crucial step: market research. Strategic market research is key for exceptional... - March 21, 2009
The Sound of Hope by Anne Bauer.
The Sound of Hope traces the life of one ‘lost child’, Annie, through her early years of yearning to know the truth about her mother to adulthood along the emotional journey over many roads that finally merge into the road to truth—the discovery and... - March 21, 2009
Horsepower: A Memoir.
Part Natural Instinct. Part Unbridled Power. Pure Majestic Horse.
Horsepower: A Memoir by Annette Israel.
“The wind of heaven is that which blows between a horse's ears.” —Arabian proverb
Follow in the footsteps of one woman’s journey through life with... - March 21, 2009
If you are anxious about your financial future, educate yourself on the basics of achieving financial security by learning from a seasoned professional with more than 40 years in the business. Author Donald H. Young’s book, You Can Do It! An Easy Step-By-Step Guide to Financial Security provides an umbrella of invaluable information to empower you to take charge of your financial situation, no matter where you stand. - February 21, 2009
In this guidebook, Rick Vassar, a certified expert in the commercial insurance arena, writes with a fresh perspective from a risk manager's viewpoint as he tackles the often confusing field of commercial insurance with his real numbers and real solutions strategy that can potentially save your company millions of dollars in insurance costs. - February 21, 2009
What if you suddenly discovered that the creepy, run-down house on your street was invisible to everyone but you? To make matters worse, the house is apparently occupied by a 100-year-old ghost who is asking for your help. That’s the situation in which Ravine and her best friend Derek find themselves as 56 Water Street begins. Strangway’s first published work is a well-told mystery whose characters will leave you wanting more. - February 21, 2009
Rx for Business: Thinkivity is the latest installment in a revolutionary series designed to help businesses maximize their potential. A veteran business executive, Sandra W. Evans provides company leaders with a pioneering approach that boosts the effectiveness of internal processes by bridging with the external processes of customers, partners, and services. - February 19, 2009
The Italian island of Sardinia is the setting of A. Colin Wright’s new novel, Sardinian Silver which captures the essence of this otherworldly, beautiful place through the story of Englishman Arthur Fraser. - February 15, 2009
Become engaged in a thrilling investigation of a living WWII Nazi criminal with a heinous modern-day plot in first-time author, Don Critelli’s, suspense crime novel, Final Agenda. Before an unthinkable scheme is carried out on thousands of innocent children and families across America, Chief Nazi hunter Joe Moretti must find the link to several mysterious deaths and put the pieces of the puzzle together to prevent the unthinkable from happening. - February 07, 2009
For many parents, following text book strategies for childrearing can often lead to frustration or feelings of failure. Bringing over a decade of experience handling behavioral problems in kids—as well as raising her own three boys—pediatric psychiatric nurse, Dyan Eybergen, provides the roadmap to parenting children according to their unique personality in her book, Out of the Mouths of Babes. - February 06, 2009
This guide helps long-term investors seeking profit in residential real estate investments by following the work ethic of Anthony “Von” Mickle, an expert who has extensively studied extremely wealthy people and successfully utilized their common traits of passion, timing, fear and leverage to help create a financial advantage that everyone with a passion can learn. - February 06, 2009
A young black foster child dies in a local pond, fueling the suspicions of a retired sheriff who pushes for an investigation into a notorious racist’s involvement in the possible murder. A legal investigation mounts, and there’s more to the deep-rooted racism in this area than meets the eye. A poignant, thought-provoking tale, Bloodroot offers a winding plot that highlights the blackness of hate and the triumph of seeking the truth. - February 06, 2009
Reflections on the War of the Willing is a thought-provoking, emotional collection of one man’s daily journal entries from 2003 to 2005 that chronicle his views on the Bush administration’s invasion of Iraq and the conflict in Afghanistan. Daily writings on the flimsy rationale for war and the heightened emotions shared by millions who disagreed with the American choice to invade Iraq are a poignant reminder of the struggle that rages on in the Middle East today. - February 04, 2009
“Holed up” in his apartment for nearly two years due to his deteriorating health, Arthur F. Temple kept a journal of his thoughts during this time of severe depression and in this book of poetry shares his journey to the deepest, darkest recesses of his mind. - February 04, 2009
The heartfelt, tender words of author T. Mayu Bogollagama in his collection of 21 love poems, Moons of Desire, is a dedication to the kindness and generosity shown during the life of the late Princess Diana. Through his poetry, Bogollagama hopes to display his sincere belief in the need for benevolent acts through every existence. Proceeds from book sales will be donated to orphanages worldwide. - February 02, 2009
Diana Agafya, named after this thrilling novel’s central character, follows the backstabbing, jealous staff of a nightclub and brothel in the dark alleys of Moscow. Diana, lured to the club under false pretenses and forced into working at the brothel, stirs up a slew of emotions among those at the club, raising the tension until a climactic ending full of jealous rage and criminal activity. Author Jacob Emrey’s new work intrigues even the most dedicated fans of novels dealing with illicit crime. - February 01, 2009
This travel guide is written by a longtime resident of Mexico City, who knows the place inside and out. It offers thorough, entertaining information about where to stay, what to do, and where to eat. Detailed walking tours take you through the most interesting parts of the city, many of which are not found in standard guide books. - February 01, 2009