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Serial Entrepreneur Teaches Us How to Go the Distance in Business and in Life

Serial Entrepreneur Teaches Us How to Go the Distance in Business and in Life
(NewsUSA) - “Life begins at the edge of your comfort zone.”From closing multimillion-dollar licensing deals with IBM and Microsoft, to the Ironman World Championship, to ultramarathons and …

BookTrib’s Bites: Four Fascinating Reads

(NewsUSA) - South of Sepharad by Eric Z. WeintraubFleeing death by the Spanish Inquisition, a Jewish doctor makes an impossible choice between home and faith, then struggles to lead his family on a …

BookTrib’s Bites: Four Reads to Keep You Cozy in the Cold

(NewsUSA) - The Destination Birth by Alex Bisset Everybody has their own unique birth story. For Alex and Lauren, theirs would begin a grand adventure that would present its own twist of fate …

Books: folklore and fantasy combine in Langabi, a supernatural historical epic from Zimbabwe

In 2023, award-winning Zimbabwean author Christopher Mlalazi published a new book, Langabi: Season of the Beast . He’s the author of novels like Running with Mother (2012), Dancing with Life: Tales …

BookTrib’s Bites: Four Perfect Valentines Gifts

(NewsUSA) - What Eyes Can’t See by Paulette Stout “A gripping, moving story… of love, justice, redemption.”  Midwest Book Review Barbara navigates the NYC corporate world as a …

“The Magical Place We Call School” – The Power and Perils of Education

“The Magical Place We Call School” – The Power and Perils of Education
(NewsUSA) - There is no shortage of challenges in schools today—from bullying to gun violence and beyond—yet The Magical Place We Call School by Dr. Kathleen Corley reminds us of the …

BookTrib’s Bites: Four Captivating Reads

(NewsUSA) - Obesity: It’s Not What You Think It Is by Richard Fast A refreshingly simple approach to understanding the endlessly confusing world of dieting, fitness, weight loss and nutrition. …

BookTrib’s Bites: Four Stories to Ward off the Winter

(NewsUSA) - Survival at Stake by Poorva JoshipuraWith science recognizing animal consciousness, intelligence, emotion and morality, we must be aware of our own moral responsibilities toward other …

BookTrib's Bites: Four Cozy Reads to Keep You Toasty this Season

(NewsUSA) - Chivalry by Patrick GirondiFrom the eccentric and riveting author/singer/CEO Patrick Girondi, an aspiring author stumbles onto a manuscript that became a bestseller. He must find the …

Provocative New Book Details Navigating Late-Life Romance from a Man’s Perspective

Provocative New Book Details Navigating Late-Life Romance from a Man’s Perspective
(NewsUSA) - Think of it as “Sex and the City” with a new twist: from HIS point of view!It’s a new book by the so-called Mr. X entitled Sex and the Sixty-Something Guy: Online Post to Bed Post, …

BookTrib’s Bites: These Four Reads are Perfect Holiday Gifts

(NewsUSA) - A Gigantic Leap: First Contact by David BrownWhat happens when a Galactic Federation of peaceful planets offers humanity a chance to join them and with it a gigantic leap into a bright …

BookTrib’s Bites: Ring in the Holidays with Four Great Reads

(NewsUSA) - Teaching in the Dark by Genet Simone“A poignant memoir of leaping to the unknown on so many fronts…A book that will animate your mind for days after you finish it,” says one Amazon …

BookTrib's Bites: Cap off the Year With These Captivating Stories

(NewsUSA) - Bradford’s Walk by Denis O’NeillIn this comforting narrative, Bradford, an irrepressible brown dog, delights all who join him on his daily walk through the beckoning Connecticut …

BookTrib's Bites: Curl Up With These Cozy Reads

(NewsUSA) - A Winter by the Sea by Julie Klassen Return to the Devonshire coast In this latest book in the On Devonshire Shores series with the Summers sisters, where loyalties are tested, secrets …

Killer in a Winter Wonderland: Latest in Cozy Mystery Series Takes on Holiday Aura

Killer in a Winter Wonderland: Latest in Cozy Mystery Series Takes on Holiday Aura
(NewsUSA) - Holidays are fickle things — often good, but sometimes not so good. It’s December in the quirky town of Cardigan, MD, and Rosalie Hart has been thrown several curve balls.For one, …

New eBook From BookTrib Showcases Excerpts from Some of the Hottest Books

New eBook From BookTrib Showcases Excerpts from Some of the Hottest Books
(NewsUSA) - BookTrib.com, a leading source of news, reviews and information about the book industry for more than 20 years, is excited to announce the launch of a new ebook showcasing excerpts from …

A Champion of Social Impact Communications Shares Insights in New Book

A Champion of Social Impact Communications Shares Insights in New Book
(NewsUSA) - Carrie Fox takes to heart the role—and the responsibility—that leading communicators hold in shaping how stories are told, how narratives are shaped, and how decisions are made.A …

BookTrib's Bites: Four Reads to Ring in Thanksgiving

(NewsUSA) - A Reaction to Messianic Missionaries by Cheryl SimaniA fresh, exciting perspective on the missionary/counter-missionary controversy. Appalled by the nefarious tactics of Christian …

New Novel Skillfully Weaves Artificial Intelligence, Martial Arts and Immortality

New Novel Skillfully Weaves Artificial Intelligence, Martial Arts and Immortality
(NewsUSA) - “My name is Tigress and I am immortal. This is my story.”Michael Crichton meets Bruce Lee in THE GIRL FROM WUDANG (Tuttle Publishing), a gripping story for fans of legendary …

BookTrib's Bites: From Historical Fiction to Pirates

(NewsUSA) - Clara’s Secret by Stephan R. Frenkel. This critically acclaimed Amazon Bestseller begins with the captivating story of Clara Prinz, a remarkable woman forced to leave her native Berlin …

BookTrib's Bites: Four Captivating Autumn Reads

(NewsUSA) - The Card Squad by Jack ColeA great read to help children understand about Alzheimer’s Disease, written by a New York Times award-winning high school student.Ever feel like something …

HOW TO MEND OUR BROKEN PUBLIC EDUCATION SYSTEM – SOME SOUND SOLUTIONS

HOW TO MEND OUR BROKEN PUBLIC EDUCATION SYSTEM – SOME SOUND SOLUTIONS
(NewsUSA) - Like the title of his book says, the United States education system is in trouble and needs to be fixed! On the world stage, the U.S. is a middle-of-the-pack performer when it comes to …

Summer Reading

A fascinating new novel about Nazis hiding in post-war South America is a great summer read.
(NAPSI)—A daring new novel called SOLIMEOS by Rhoda Lerman, a critically-acclaimed author who passed away in 2015, imagines what life might have been like for Nazi officers and their families in …

Fantastic Ideas Can Win Fantastic Prizes

The winning art entitled “Wyvern Crucible” by Tom Wood graces the cover of L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 39.
(NAPSI)—The newest and most exciting voices of science fiction and fantasy have been found by the L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers and Illustrators of the Future Contests, for nearly four decades. …

Great Historical Fiction Can Illuminate Life Today

Seventy-five years ago, after a historic UN-vote, Israel was established as a modern nation-state and homeland for the Jewish people. A new series of novels explores the conflict still raging among the complex peoples who call Israel home.
(NAPSI)—“If you want to know what happened, read history books. If you want to understand what happened, read historical fiction.”   In that spirit, to coincide with the 75th anniversary …

An Intense New Novel About Family, Fashion, Business, and Books

Martin Sneider
(NAPSI)­­—A fourth-generation retailer, author Martin Sneider started as a shoe salesman and rose to president, co-CEO, and chief merchant of the St. Louis conglomerate Edison Brothers Stores, …
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Now teachers in Florida can excite students through hands-on and digital investigations that drive students to ask questions, make claims, and analyze evidence to explain real-world happenings.
Something New For Florida Science Classrooms
(NAPSI)—For students to learn best, their resources need to be tailored to them. That means by both learning standards—such as the Florida learning standards—and by content that’s put into a …
How We Have Fallen Short in Teaching Literacy -- And What To Do About It
(NewsUSA) - This may be difficult to read, but did you know:In the last 15 years, 15 million students graduated from high schools testing below the basic reading level.One in five college students …
A new book by Gene Heil offers a unique way of looking at—and dealing with—race relations in America today.
A Perspective On Race And Religion
(NAPSI)—Do you contribute to racial unity or disunity? That’s the focus of a new book, which offers a surprising perspective on race relations in America today, and offers suggestions to improve …
Humorous, Poetic & Allegorical Tale Reminiscent of Dante’s Inferno
(NewsUSA) - Theatrical essence, we know, relies upon a shared experience of space and time. How else does one describe the crescendo between the stage and stalls during a curtain call?In Presence, …
Twin Sisters at the Core of Dark Coming-of-Age Psycho Thriller By Debut Author
Twin Sisters at the Core of Dark Coming-of-Age Psycho Thriller By Debut Author
(NewsUSA) - Most good thriller novels keep readers guessing until the end. Then there are some that cause jaws to drop.TKO Rogue has launched debut author Janet Porter’s intriguing, intricate and …
BookTrib’s Bites: Some Tasty Morsels in Assorted Genres
(NewsUSA) -  The House at the End of the World by Dean KoontzSoon no one on Earth will have a place to hide in this novel about fears known and unknown by #1 NYTimes bestselling master of …
BookTrib’s Bites: Diverse Titles Sure to Hold Your Interest
(NewsUSA) -  The Violin Thief by Genie Higbee: A startling coming-of-age tale that twines magical realism with musical history and legend.It’s 1941. A wondrous violin is charming …
BookTrib’s Bites: True Crime Inspirations, Dystopian Gem, Making Great Factories
(NewsUSA) -  Reef Road by Deborah Goodrich RoyceWhen a severed hand washes ashore in the wealthy enclave of Palm Beach, FL, the lives of two women—a lonely writer obsessed with the unsolved …
BookTrib’s Bites: Epic Stories, Iconic Events and Personalities
(NewsUSA) -  “Battlefield Earth, Expanded 21st Century Edition” by L. Ron Hubbard: It’s the year 3,000, a thousand years after an alien invasion nearly exterminated …
BookTrib’s Bites: Plenty to Ponder for Your Next Read
(NewsUSA) -  “Love Letters to the Virgin Mary” by David Richards: King David is a mortal man who has spent all his life looking for a love he is unable to satisfy. As …
“Chicken Soup for the Soul” Man Provides Great Inspiration for Biographer
(NewsUSA) - If author Mitzi Perdue is using the example of Mark Victor Hansen for a little inspiration, well, she’s come to the right place. It’s hard to find somebody who hasn’t heard …
The funny, scary, romantic and thrilling new book in a unique series is now available.
New Book In The Exciting “Love And Murder...” Series
(NAPSI)—A uniquely American vision of love and murder, trauma, and healing around 2026, “Even Climate Change Can’t Stop Love and Murder” is the highly anticipated romantic suspense thriller …
BookTrib’s Bites: Stories for a Range of Reading Interests
(NewsUSA) -  “Mrs. R. Snugglesworth – Attorney-at-Law” by Amy Flanagan: Mrs. R. Snugglesworth is 70 pounds of low-to-the-ground PRECIOUS. She is The Best at Finding …
“UN/Reconciled:” Passionate, Powerful Poems On a Delicate Love Gone Off
(NewsUSA) - “This is a work of fiction -- really.” It’s hard for poet Pasquale Trozzolo to convince us that his brilliant “UN/Reconciled:” (Kelsay Books) is not intended to portray any …
BookTrib’s Bites: Fate and Faith, a New Paradigm and Children’s Fun
(NewsUSA) -  “Dancing in the River” by George Lee: Drawing on his own life experiences, George Lee has fashioned an unforgettable coming-of-age story about fate and faith, …
Becoming: George Washington and Benedict Arnold
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