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iUniverse Releases Top Ten Best Seller List for January 2009

Figures Based on Nielsen BookScan USA Point-of-Sale Data from Major Booksellers

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (Feb. 18, 2009) — iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self publishing company, has released its list of top-ten selling titles for January 2009: 

  1. Realities of Foreign Service Life, by Patricia Linderman; (Memoir).
    Reflections and perspectives on the realities of Foreign Service life as experienced by members of the Foreign Service community around the world.

  2. The Visone Method: A New Philosophy in Early Childhood Education, by Carmine Visone; (Educational). A complete guide for parents and teachers to early childhood education of students from infancy to age six.

  3. A Legacy of 21st Century Leadership, by Les Wallace and Jim Trinka; (Career Development).
    The authors combine years of experience in leadership development in this unique guide to improving your organization.

  4. The Meaning of Life Project: Designing a Life Worth Living, by Joe Matthews; (Inspirational).
    A guided tour of life intended to help
     readers take a quantum leap forward toward being the person they want to be, choosing how their lives go, and pursuing what is personally important and worthwhile.

  5. Debt Free and Set for Life: Become Wealthy and Live Your Dreams, by Les Tripp; (Financial).
    Tried-and-true concepts of responsibility, hard work, and dedication, to help readers take control of their debts and credit nightmares and completely change their lives.

  6. The Atlanteans: A Contemporary Novel, by Dorothy Moore; (Fiction - Hardcover).
    A
     story of two best friends from Harvard, a lawyer and a doctor, who go on the adventure of a lifetime. It opens in America, spirals back to an advanced Atlantis at its demise, and then returns to America, where events and characters from these two civilizations come together.

  7. The Atlanteans: A Contemporary Novel, by Dorothy Moore; (Fiction - Paperback)
    A
     story of two best friends from Harvard, a lawyer and a doctor, who go on the adventure of a lifetime. It opens in America, spirals back to an advanced Atlantis at its demise, and then returns to America, where events and characters from these two civilizations come together.

  8. Recovering Our Children: A Handbook for Parents of Young People in Early Recovery, by John C. Cates and Jennifer Cummings; (Parenting). A reflective collection of the hard-earned lessons of professionals who have intervened with troubled young people in a personal way.

  9. Lucille’s Survival Guide and Cookbook, by Lucille Campilongo; (Cookbook).
    This guide is comprehensive and easily adapted to any living situation. Follow it and you will be sure to live in comfort and cleanliness.

  10. Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding, by Jesse Ahroni; (Medical).
    A guide to help gastric band patients through the process of losing weight and learning to live with an adjustable gastric band.

These and all iUniverse titles are available for purchase through the iUniverse bookstore. For more information, or to begin publishing a book with iUniverse, log on to iuniverse.com, or call 1-800-AUTHORS today.

 

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