Inspiring Business Book "From Farms to Incubators" Puts a Spotlight on Women Leaders of the Agricultural Technology Revolution

Inspiring Business Book "From Farms to Incubators" Puts a Spotlight on Women Leaders of the Agricultural Technology Revolution

The new business book "From Farms to Incubators" presents inspiring case studies of how women entrepreneurs are revolutionizing agriculture through high technology, stabilizing a secure food supply for a future of climate change and a 10 billion-person population. - May 04, 2021

New Business Management Book "Managing Generation Z" Gives Expert Advice on Getting the Most from the Next Generation of Workers

New Business Management Book "Managing Generation Z" Gives Expert Advice on Getting the Most from the Next Generation of Workers

The new business book "Managing Generation Z" gives supervisors, managers and executives expert advice in training, retaining and succeeding with Generation Z, the newest age cohort in the workforce. - April 06, 2021

New Historical Novel "Tears of Honor" is a Sweeping Epic of the Japanese American Experience of Internment and War

New Historical Novel "Tears of Honor" is a Sweeping Epic of the Japanese American Experience of Internment and War

A sweeping novel of history war, and courage in the face of injustice, "Tears of Honor" tells the story of the heroic Japanese American soldiers who fought against Nazi tyranny in Europe, while their families were imprisoned in America. - February 16, 2021

Written for a Generation of Young Men in Crisis, New Self-Help Book "Be the Awesome Man" Reintroduces Honor, Maturity and Self-Reliance

Written for a Generation of Young Men in Crisis, New Self-Help Book "Be the Awesome Man" Reintroduces Honor, Maturity and Self-Reliance

Young men in America are in crisis, underachieving in unprecedented numbers and not attaining standard benchmarks of maturity. A new book, "Be the Awesome Man," offers young men, parents and mentors practical advice and tools for achieving lasting success and happiness. - November 30, 2020

New Hobbyist Book "3D Printers for Woodworkers" Shows How Woodworkers Can Make Their Own Tools and Parts... and Save Money Doing It

New Hobbyist Book "3D Printers for Woodworkers" Shows How Woodworkers Can Make Their Own Tools and Parts... and Save Money Doing It

Woodworkers and other home hobbyists can save considerable money by fabricating their own parts and tools using 3D printing, and a new book, "3D Printers for Woodworkers" offers a clear, easy-to-understand guide. - November 30, 2020

New Book for Teens and Parents, "What They Don't Teach Teens," Protects Families from 21st-Century Dangers

New Book for Teens and Parents, "What They Don't Teach Teens," Protects Families from 21st-Century Dangers

New book "What They Don't Teach Teens" provides teens and parents with modern safety tips to protect against modern dangers, such as sexting, cyberbulling, revenge porn, mass shootings and more. - October 07, 2020

Intrigue, Terrorism, History, Art and the Secrets of the Church Collide in the New Thriller "Upon This Rock"

Intrigue, Terrorism, History, Art and the Secrets of the Church Collide in the New Thriller "Upon This Rock"

A gay American couple in Italy investigate the suicide of a cleric in the picturesque city of Orvieto -- and find themselves plunged into a conspiracy that may destroy the Catholic Church -- in the stunning new thriller, "Upon This Rock." - September 16, 2020

New in Self-Help Books, "The Power of Positive Aging" Presents a Fearless and Optimistic Plan for Coping with Illness and Old Age

New in Self-Help Books, "The Power of Positive Aging" Presents a Fearless and Optimistic Plan for Coping with Illness and Old Age

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that everyone is vulnerable to disease and death. A new book on aging, "The Power of Positive Aging" by David Alan Lereah, PhD, offers readers a wise, practical and fearless guide to living joyfully in with uncertainty, illness and disability. - June 02, 2020

Filled with Historic Photos and Little Known Lore, New California History Book "Highway 101" is a Fascinating and Nostalgic Look at a Legendary Highway

Filled with Historic Photos and Little Known Lore, New California History Book "Highway 101" is a Fascinating and Nostalgic Look at a Legendary Highway

Highway historian Stephen H. Provost presents a fun-filled look at the history and attractions of one of California’s great highways in the new book "Highway 101: The Story of El Camino Real." "Highway 101" tells the picturesque story of this great highway and the restaurants, motels, gas stations and tourist stops that made the road memorable to generations of travelers, illustrated with 200 historic photographs of the life and times of the great highway. - May 20, 2020

A Young Sea Otter's True-Life Adventure Teaches Young Readers About Marine Wildlife in New Children's Book "Sabby the Sea Otter"

A Young Sea Otter's True-Life Adventure Teaches Young Readers About Marine Wildlife in New Children's Book "Sabby the Sea Otter"

Young readers will be thrilled with the new children's book "Sabby the Sea Otter," which presents the true story of a how a real-life sea otter pup and his mom were reunited, while teaching fun sea otter facts and an important lesson about how human activity affects wildlife. - April 16, 2020

New Police Memoir "The Backpack" Tells an Inspiring Story of Overcoming Pain, Addiction and Depression

New Police Memoir "The Backpack" Tells an Inspiring Story of Overcoming Pain, Addiction and Depression

Police officer Brandon Hultink was wounded in the line of duty, paralyzed, in despair and ready to end it all, but he climbed out of depression and addiction into a new life, as detailed in his new autobiography, "The Backpack." - April 16, 2020

New Medical History Book "Boneheads and Brainiacs" Presents an Entertaining Look at Medicine’s Greatest (and Not-so-Greatest) Minds

New Medical History Book "Boneheads and Brainiacs" Presents an Entertaining Look at Medicine’s Greatest (and Not-so-Greatest) Minds

"Boneheads and Brainiacs" profiles the winners of the Nobel Prize in Medicine from 1901 to 1950 - a surprisingly diverse group of racists, eugenicists, cranks, and opportunists, as well as heroes, geniuses, and selfless benefactors of humanity. Forget all the ivory tower stereotypes of white-coated doctors finding miracle cures. "Boneheads and Brainiacs" reveals the messy human reality behind medical progress, in a highly entertaining book written for the ordinary reader. - March 11, 2020

New Business Book "Essentials of Thought Leadership and Content Marketing" Presents a Comprehensive Tutorial in Leveraging Knowledge to Increase Sales

New Business Book "Essentials of Thought Leadership and Content Marketing" Presents a Comprehensive Tutorial in Leveraging Knowledge to Increase Sales

Thought leadership - offering useful information to educate customers - can give companies huge advantages in building trust, reputation, and sales, but effective thought leadership depends on consistent strategy. In his new book "Essentials of Thought Leadership and Content Marketing," marketing expert Paul M. Kaplan offers a comprehensive guide to every aspect of thought leadership and shows how to make all your efforts work toward your business and sales goals. - March 04, 2020

New Comic Crime Thriller "The Don Con" Brings the Mafia -- and Criminal Hilarity -- to Comic-Con Nerd Culture

New Comic Crime Thriller "The Don Con" Brings the Mafia -- and Criminal Hilarity -- to Comic-Con Nerd Culture

Old-school gangsters and modern pop-culture fandom collide with action-packed and comical results in the new humorous crime thriller "The Don Con" by Richard Armstrong. Published by Pace Press; publication date April 2019. - April 02, 2019

New Nonfiction Book "Police Craft" Presents a Veteran Police Officer's Thoughtful Views on the Job, the Public and the Use of Force

New Nonfiction Book "Police Craft" Presents a Veteran Police Officer's Thoughtful Views on the Job, the Public and the Use of Force

A veteran police officer gives his thoughtful, balanced views on police shootings, racial profiling, community relations, and every other aspect of policing in the new book "Police Craft: What Cops Know About Crime, Community and Violence" by Adam Plantinga, sergeant, San Francisco Police Department. Published by Quill Driver Books; publication date Dec. 1, 2018. - November 28, 2018

New Biography "Charles Proteus Steinmetz" Presents the Amazing Life of a Forgotten Genius and Eccentric

New Biography "Charles Proteus Steinmetz" Presents the Amazing Life of a Forgotten Genius and Eccentric

New biography "Charles Proteus Steinmetz: The Electrical Wizard of Schenectady" profiles the life and work of Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1865-1923), the scientist who made long-range AC power transmission possible. Steinmetz was just four feet tall, a celebrated eccentric, and revered in his lifetime as one of America's greatest scientists. The first biography of Steinmetz in years, "Charles Proteus Steinmetz" brings this great man's life and achievements to a new generation. - September 26, 2018

New Book "Handmade" Presents a Master Craftsman’s Meditations on Nurturing Clarity, Focus and Creativity

New Book "Handmade" Presents a Master Craftsman’s Meditations on Nurturing Clarity, Focus and Creativity

In an era when there are countless competing claims on one's attention, how does one cultivate the internal focus to be creative? Master furniture craftsman, author and thinker Gary Rogowski offers an answer from personal experience in his new book "Handmade: Creative Focus in the Age of Distraction" (Linden Publishing, December 1, 2017). A new classic in the tradition of "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" and "Shop Class as Soulcraft," "Handmade" will help creative people in any field. - November 29, 2017

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