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ISIS IS US: The Shocking Truth Behind the Army of Terror - December 29, 2015

A new book by Wayne Madsen, Webster Tarpley, and anomymous authors known as Syrian Girl Partisan and George Washington Blogger have released a new book on the true origins and backers of the Islamic State (Daesh).

Leaders’ Guide for Effective Change in Lean Manufacturing - August 11, 2015

Unique business consultants, Dr. Patrick Love and Patrick Putorti, launch all-new book to help business leaders find their path to effective change.

Celebrated Authors Set For Hong Kong Book Fair - July 2, 2015

The 26th edition of the HKTDC Hong Kong Book Fair on 15-21 July features a star-studded slate of English language authors.

Ruling Against Apple for E-Book Price Fixing Upheld - June 30, 2015

A court has confirmed that it is illegal for Apple to knowingly participate in a price-fixing conspiracy, but that may not stop them.

“The Tax Detective” Uncovers the Mystery of Small Business Tax Planning - May 7, 2015

Help for taxation issues for small companies.

“Into The Wild” – Exploring What it Means to Truly Live - May 3, 2015

New review of the 1996 book "Into the Wild", still a best-seller.

Best Practices for Marketing an Independent Book - April 4, 2015

Facing an avalanche of competition, independent publishers need to be creative and persistent in marketing their books.

Author Phil Blair: Win Name Game to Advance Career - April 4, 2015

Simple techniques can help a person land and retain a job.

Author Advises Baby Boomers on Retirement Strategy - April 4, 2015

Retirement is not easy for many Americans but utilizing a reverse mortgage can make retirement possible for some.

“Cops in Lab Coats” a Call for Forensic Science Reform - April 4, 2015

Separating forensic scientists from law enforcement and prosecution is an essential step to ensuring that justice prevails.

American Made – Why Making Things Will Return Us to Greatness - March 22, 2015

Dan DiMicco, chairman and former CEO of Nucor, America's largest steel shares his perspectives on manufacturing in "American Made - Why Making Things Will Return Us to Greatness".

Hundred-Year Marathon : Chinas Secret Strategy to Replace America as the Global Superpower - March 22, 2015

"Hundred-Year Marathon: Chinas Secret Strategy to Replace America as the Global Superpower" is an important new book but one which fails to adequately address America's responsibility for its own decline and China's rise.

Jack O’ Dell, Unsung Hero of Black Freedom Movement - March 1, 2015

Victor Navasky's new book explores the role of Jack O'Dell African-American freedom movement.

Harvard Business School Professors Predict Retail Revolution - March 1, 2015

Does bricks & mortar retail have a future in an e-commerce Internet of Things world? Harvard brains try to figure it out.

International Author Wants to Bring Adventures of Lily to Life - February 22, 2015

"Lily's ABC Safari" is being turned into an animated e-book.

Operation Gladio; the Unholy Alliance between the Vatican, the CIA, and the Mafia - February 18, 2015

Operation Gladio; the Unholy Alliance between the Vatican, the CIA, and the Mafia will shock many readers but is essential reading for truth-seekers.

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