Thirteen Titles Earn iUniverse Editor’s Choice Designation

New York, NY, March 27, 2007 --( Thirteen outstanding titles earned the coveted iUniverse Editor’s Choice designation during the week of March 18-24, 2007.

The iUniverse Editor's Choice designation recognizes books with editorial integrity. Books receive Editor’s Choice after receiving a positive iUniverse Editorial Evaluation or after being satisfactorily revised according to an evaluator’s recommendations.

The iUniverse titles earning Editor’s Choice during this period include:

▪ The West Window by John Hall
▪ Buy It, Sell It, and Make Money by Daren & Nancy Baughman
▪ The Beholden by D. Binns
▪ Corporate Personality Disorder by Eli Sopow, PhD
▪ Fake Plastic Love by Brian Johnson
▪ The 7 Pitfalls of Single Parenting by Carolyn Ellis
▪ Listen to the Silence by Jan Allegretti
▪ Cagney & Lacey. . . and Me by Barney Rosenzweig
▪ Where’s My Brother by Terry Rabey
▪ The Blueprint to Coaching Youth Football by Christopher Tateo
▪ Revenge by Jonathan Bowen
▪ Spangles, Elephants, Violets & Me by Victoria Cristiani Rossi
▪ The Trivia Book of Rock ‘n Roll Music: The ‘80s and ‘90s by Jimmy Correa

Editor’s Choice books receive several benefits, including an icon next to the book title and prominent placement in the separate Editor’s Choice section of the iUniverse online bookstore. iUniverse also reserves advanced publicity and marketing programs for the high-quality titles that receive Editor’s Choice. Titles that qualify for Editor’s Choice become eligible for other special designations and programs from iUniverse, including Reader’s Choice, Publisher’s Choice and the Star Program.

For more information about these titles, the Editor’s Choice designation or the book publishing, editing and marketing services offered by iUniverse, please visit

About iUniverse:

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