Here are a few of the books Barbara has recently edited, published or reviewed. Most every book is available in paperback and eBook formats, and some also in hardcover.
First in a series, A Thousand Stones is an historical fiction set in Europe during the Vietnam War era. There is a mystery to solve, a sabotage to uncover, militant war protestors to both love and hate…. and of course plenty of sex, drugs and rock-n-roll. Sanford’s characters are each so different — my favorite is Nate Cooper. We can look forward to more of Nate and friends in the second book of the series, The Blue Vienna (fall 2017).
Collaborating with Dr. Orenstein to write this information-packed book was a great experience. My “coaching” style is easy to follow.
Endorsed by the Zig Ziglar organization, Dave’s breakthrough book has the most concise and easy-to-apply advice I’ve seen in a small business success book….”breakthrough book” because now, as a published author, he had an instant credibility boost and greatly expanded his professional speaking opportunities.
Fast solutions to long-standing headaches, problems and desk disasters. Greg Vetter boiled down his 25 years of organizing, workflow, and productivity expertise into specific tips. Diagrams and step-by-step clarity provide everything needed to tackle any desk, office or entire company. Implementing even one of these will reduce feeling stuck and stressed.
Don was easy to work with….I did the work, Don played golf! In this book, he reveals his success secrets and he is for real. Update: This book just picked up in a College of Business curriculum.
A remarkable man’s collection of history, stories and facts culminate in this beautiful book. With over 200 full-color photos and images, this is a both a reference book and one you’ll want on your coffee table. Editions available in hardcover and paperback.
WWII novels are growing in popularity, especially among veterans. Len was attentive to historically accurate detail when writing this action-packed story which captures the experience of soldiers in the Pacific theater.
An extraordinary first novel by a woman from India who brings her characters to life with flawless consistency and grace. I hope she writes a sequel.
What I didn’t know I didn’t know about World War II —fascinating! Reinhold was there. Berlin comes alive as he weaves the story and characters through drama and history and ends up at joy and an immense appreciation for freedom.
Laurel has a big following because her healing message, art, and writing are all beautiful. Now her gorgeous book is available in both eBook and print.
When you are 90, what will you be up to? How about publishing your first book! WWII veteran Nat Polsky’s poems capture humor, nostalgia, philosophy and love.
If your muse is awakened, even at age 90, heed your creative urges like Nat Polsky who has published Volume 2 of poems which reflect a long and well-lived life.
Nat Polsky’s rhyming poems are great to read out loud (all ages can enjoy them). Publishing Vol 3 of poetry at age 91—wow, that was a great accomplishment.
My wishful thinking is that I would be observing, thinking, synthesizing, creating, and writing poetry every day….when I am in my 90’s like Nat Polsky.
My first published book. This is a story of reassurance (to be read to young children) for children when parents divorce.
Fascinating book. Let’s get this in the hands of every college-aged student so that they understand relevant history and today’s pressing needs of America.
Arturo was as excited as a new dad when this book was released. He’s an emotional guy — as you’ll learn in this passionate tale.
If you’ve worked in, managed or owned a restaurant, you’ll recognize the cast of characters this author (a restauranteur writing under a pen name) shows us “behind the scenes.” Funny but biting.
Steve is a thought leader who can put more profound insight and useful ideas on one page than many people can in an entire book.
At 84, Marie is just about to leave for a 3-month trip around the world. But first she wanted to secure her legacy, publishing her fascinating memoir which starts with her true “Grapes of Wrath” childhood.
Especially for travel enthusiasts, Penelle’s writing is wonderful because she has a background leading tours all over the world. Having never been to the NW US-Canadian border, I thought the setting was perfect and added to the intrigue of the “murder mystery.”
Once again, I got caught up in the story and mystery and accidentally got educated! I learned a lot about Cuba I didn’t know, while enjoying a good read.
Tired of trying to sort out green car facts from fiction? Chris makes it easy. And check out the back cover endorsement from Stephen King!!
Joe’s book is both brilliant and simple—not an easy task to accomplish. His focus is always to help the reader gain both confidence and determination.
Everyone has been touched by cancer in their own life or close. Susan is a role model for dealing with terrifying news – she stays in her adult self (researching, making informed decisions, taking action) while allowing her loved ones to also fully support her. Share this story with anyone facing such a challenge.
Petra has the good fortune to live on an island in Hawaii where spiritual, new-thought, visionary people are often drawn. Her words flow…not with the anger of a volcano, but with the unfaltering grace and power of waves. She shares stories and wisdom, giving credit to channeled assistance.
By an extraordinary process of listening within, with about two years of focus and recording, Lorna was inspired to write nearly 700 pages of guided wisdom and enlightenment.
I got so into writing this book I forgot to exercise (ha!). It is an easy-to-follow guide for those wanting to lose weight, have a healthy lifestyle, and feel great.