Bloomington, IN, May 08, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The iUniverse
titles "Witness" by Bill Blais and "Corporate Governance" by Eric Yocam and Annie Choi were featured among the best-reviewed books of the month in the May issue of Kirkus Discoveries. iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self-publishing
company, has consistently published titles the Kirkus Discoveries e-newsletter has featured as compelling reads.
Through "Corporate Governance: A Board Director's Pocket Guide," Eric Yocam and Annie Choi provide leaders of big and small companies with a user-friendly guide to corporate governance. The book teaches the essential principles of good leadership to help leaders achieve success.
“Yocam and Choi tender a handy overview to the salient aspects of corporate governance,” said the reviewer. “[The book is] a helpful point of departure for deeper study.”
Bill Blais’s "Witness" is the debut novel of the All Prophets Are Liars series. In the book, two ordinary office workers are plunged into an extraordinary world of magic and treachery where the traditional rules of fantasy don’t seem to apply.
“Blais sets his fish-out-of-water story against a rich imaginary landscape teeming with arresting creations,” said the reviewer. “Charming, fanciful kickoff to a promising new series.”
The Kirkus Discoveries monthly e-newsletter is sent to a targeted base of subscribers, including agents, editors, librarians, and individuals looking to acquire the print and film rights to books and unpublished manuscripts. Books reviewed by Kirkus Discoveries can be traditionally published, self-published, published via print-on-demand technology, or not previously published at all.
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