Lee Fukui and I have created hundreds of book covers and book interiors for various imprints over the years. We do the design, composition (typesetting), and manage the production by coordinating with publisher, author, copy-editor, proofreader, and indexer. We are proficient in InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, QuarkXpress, and Word. Some of the publisher's we've worked with:
McGraw Hill Education; Jeremy P. Tarcher/ Penguin—G.P. Putnam's Sons, Avery Books, Riverhead; John Wiley and Sons; The Flower Tree Press; Random House—Ballantine Books, Broadway Books, Crown, Doubleday, Spiegel and Grau, Shaye Areheart, Three Rivers Press . . .
"Without The Artist's Way, there would have been no Eat, Pray, Love.” —Elizabeth GilbertA stunning gift edition of the powerful bestselling book on creativity.The Artist’s Way is one of the bestselling gift books of all time. Beautifully packaged with a slipcase and ribbon, this tenth anniversary gift edition is the ideal gift for loved ones engaged in creative lives.
Madeline had been dreaming about changing her life. But something kept getting in the way. Bills, work, family commitments. Then she had an epiphany. She left New York and traveled for two years to some of the most remote monasteries on earth. She asked one question: What can the rest of us learn from monks and nuns and the life they lead? A Taste of Heaven gives you the answers.A Taste of Hea... read more
Lessons from Oz recaptures the magic of the film The Wizard of Oz, while pondering life and illuminating over 35 lessons that we, as grown-ups, tend to forget. Some are whimsical, some are serious, and like Everything I Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, this book will reconnect the reader to the important things in life. With an eye-catching ruby slipper sparkle cover, 19 classic image... read more
Thirty years ago, Frances Moore Lappé started a revolution in the way Americans think about food and hunger. Now Frances and her daughter, Anna, pick up where Diet for a Small Planet left off. Together they set out on an around-the-world journey to explore the greatest challenges we face in the new millennium. Traveling to Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Europe, they discovered answers to one... read more
A Devil’s Dictionary of Business is a godsend to those looking for an incisive and entertaining overview of the business world, told from the perspective of the legendary Nicholas von Hoffman, the former Washington Post columnist and commentator for 60 Minutes.From the Abacus to Zukor, von Hoffman summarizes, details, bewails, and elucidates the business world from top to bottom, from the anci... read more
For centuries humans have recognized that the moon's cycles influence our lives and the world around us—the ebb and flow of the tides, women's menstrual cycles, and the most beneficial times to plant and harvest. But this ancient body of knowledge—the impact of lunar rhythms on our lives and our surroundings—has become known to fewer and fewer of us, as we have migrated from agrarian to urban ... read more
Winner of BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR from COVR (The Coalition of Visionary Resources), that recognizes the best new products in the New Age industry.Enlightened sleep practices for the modern mind.Buddha’s Book of Sleep is the first book to address sleep disturbances with techniques from mindfulness meditation. Yet this is a natural choice—mindfulness meditation has proven effective for psychologic... read more
When the first edition of Hope in the Dark was published in mid-2004 it gained an instant cult audience. Many readers were so inspired by Solnit's book that they bought multiple copies to give to friends. This new, significantly expanded edition covers, among other things, the political territory of America and the world after George Bush's re-election. Acclaimed author Rebecca Solnit draws on... read more
The companion book to COURSERA®'s wildly popular massive open online course "Learning How to Learn"Whether you are a student struggling to fulfill a math or science requirement, or you are embarking on a career change that requires a new skill set, A Mind for Numbers offers the tools you need to get a better grasp of that intimidating material. Engineering professor Barbara Oakley knows firsth... read more
In this new edition of his landmark 1986 study, pioneering anthropologist Elliott Leyton examines the psyche and motivations of his six original multiple-murderer subjects and now takes stock of how far we've come since then in our understanding of why people commit gruesome assaults on innocent strangers. This case-study approach—based on years of immersion in the killers' diaries, confession... read more
Readers who want to appreciate and understand the scope and depth of the Dalai Lama's wisdom must currently select from a variety of books. Now, A Lifetime of Wisdom brings together those writings that, taken together, constitute an essential account of the Dalai Lama's teaching legacy. A thoughtful, inspirational, and beautifully designed and packaged collection of the most essential writings... read more
In the years following World War II, medicine won major battles against smallpox, diphtheria, and polio. In the same period it also produced treatments to control the progress of Parkinson's, rheumatoid arthritis, and schizophrenia. It made realities of open-heart surgery, organ transplants, test-tube babies. Unquestionably, the medical accomplishments of the postwar years stand at the forefro... read more
John O’Hara’s greatest accomplishment is available in a handsome newly revised one-volume edition. The famous Gibbsville stories, more than fifty of them—include such stunners as “The Doctor’s Son,” “Imagine Kissing Pete,” “Fatimas and Kisses,” “The Cellar Domain,” and “The Bucket of Blood.” Again, O’Hara’s Pennsylvania Protectorate, as he called it—in reality, the coal region of his hometown,... read more
After 9/11, Kristin Henderson’s husband, a Lutheran Marine chaplain, is shipped out to Afghanistan, and Henderson, a Quaker, finds herself alone, and her own faith and belief in pacifism sorely tested. Together with her German shepherd, Rosie, Henderson sets off on a cross-country journey in her 1978 Corvette, exploring a changed country and her own altered emotional landscape. From the whispe... read more
Unravel the Mysteries of the Financial Markets—the Language, the Players, and the Strategies for Success Understanding money and investing has never been more important than it is today, as many of us are called upon to manage our own retirement planning, college savings funds, and health-care costs. Up-to-date and expertly written, The Wall Street Journal Complete Money and Investing Guideboo... read more
May 13, 1939. The MS St. Louis ocean liner pulls out of Hamburg harbor and begins a long journey across the Atlantic Ocean toward Cuba. On board are more than 900 German Jews fleeing Hitler, including Hermann and Rita Goldstein and their 10-year-old son, Heinz. The passengers hope to stay in Cuba while they wait for visas to enter the United States. However, once the ship arrives in Havana’s h... read more
Jim, an only child, has always been a restless soul. At the age of six his dad died unexpectedly. He was left in the care of a stern Catholic mother and grandmother at home, and strict nuns at school. His curious, rambunctious nature only seemed to attract criticism. By the time Jim graduated, he had had enough of female authority. Short stints in the Marines and Cincinnati Police only confirm... read more
If you’re a parent who wants a better relationship with your child or teen, then this journal is for you. I don’t believe that parents wake up one morning and say to themselves ‘how can I screw my child up today?’ I believe that parents want the absolute best for their children. And my experience is that they know what they know and don’t know what they don’t know.I believe parents want to und... read more
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