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iUniverse Company Profile

iUniverse makes it possible for writers to achieve the dream of becoming a published author. With leadership that brings expertise in publishing, sales and marketing and technology, iUniverse offers a unique mix of self-publishing products and services and the skills of a professional team dedicated to enabling authors to see their books in print. By offering a variety of affordable publishing, editorial and marketing services, iUniverse helps authors get their manuscripts off their desks and into the marketplace.

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Stop Losing Money to Inflation, Start Making it Work for You!: New Nonfiction Shares Details of Lucrative I-Commerce Business Plan

NEWBURY PARK, Calif., July 14, 2010 — Do you try to save money with little success? Are you truly getting ahead financially, or do you find yourself treading water? Raymond Kallaher, Jr. has an important message for you: "You can't save your way to financial freedom! Inflation & tax…

Investigating the Truth of God and the Reality of Humanity

Debut Author Explores Spiritual Enlightenment in Re-envisioned Biblical Story in New, Illuminating Two-Part Novel WINDHOEK, Namibia, July 14, 2010 — In her illuminating new two-part novel "Jeshua: A Lifelong Search for Enlightenment: Volume One" (published by iUniverse), debu…

Finding Love: A Journey of Self-Discovery in WWII

Debut Author Shares One Boy's Inspirational Journey to Manhood during WWII in New Novel SUN CITY WEST, Ariz., July 13, 2010 — In his inspiring new novel, A Life Worth Living: A Romance of a Lifetime (published by iUniverse), debut author H. P. O'Hagan reveals the arduous journey that one…

'Climates of the Mind': A Bipolar Memory Including the Therapy Journals

COLUMBIA, S.C., July 12, 2010 — When Jerry Jewler turned 60, he celebrated his "coming of age" with a splashy party — and a glorious high. The next day, he awoke to a hell he had never known: sad and depressed, unable to make even idle chatter with his houseguests, and angry at the worl…

Diamond Heists, Romance and Intrigue in the Sunshine State

Thrilling New Novel Brings South Beach, Fla., to Life on Each Page CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich., July 12, 2010 — In "Stella di Mare" (published by iUniverse), the cutting-edge new novel by Patricia A. Bellomo, "the good guys are bad and they get away with it all." Immerse yourself…

'Referee, Staying Up To Snuff' by Chuck Wenstrom: The 'Official' Storybook on Blowing the Whistle for Twenty-five Years

CORVALLIS, Ore., July 9, 2010 — Referee, Staying Up To Snuff by Chuck Wenstrom "Kill the umpire!" may sound like some ridiculous fan's ranting during the heat of athletic competition, but if you are on the receiving end of this verbal threat, your blood might boil while your person…

iUniverse Announces Underwriting of Public Radio’s 'A Way with Words'

Popular, Lively Language Show Co-Hosted by iUniverse Author Martha Barnette BLOOMINGTON, Ind., July 8, 2010 — iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self-publishing company, announced that effective July 1, it is underwriting the nationally syndicated p…

A Guide to Passionate Living: Author Shares Secrets to Living a More Fulfilling Life

BLOOMINGTON, Ill., July 8, 2010 — Learn to live a life of purpose and peace in "I Hate to Leave on a Cloudy Day: Thoughts and Ideas about Life Garnered From Living It or Let What You Love Define How You Live" (published by iUniverse). Author Gene Larson shares the true story of how he brought n…

'Completing the Wheel': Learn and Experience New Ways to See Life: An Adventure of Experiences, Expressions

HOLLYWOOD, Fla., July 7, 2010 — Creativity is not an innate skill that you're either born with or you're not. Creativity can be learned and it can be enhanced — there is an artist in each of us! In his new book Completing the Wheel: An Adventure in Creativity and Life (published by iUn…

'The Official Fan's Guide to The Fugitive': History, Episode Synopses, Interviews and Star List From One of the Classic Television Shows of All Time

SAN DIEGO, July 7, 2010 — "The name: Dr. Richard Kimble. The destination: Death Row, State Prison. The Irony: Richard Kimble is innocent. Proved guilty, what Richard Kimble could not prove was that moments before discovering his murdered wife's body, he saw a one-armed man running fro…

'An African Living with Depression in America': Author's Personal Tale Transcends Races, Nation, Circumstances Through Powerful Perseverance

PAWTUCKET, R.I., July 1, 2010 — Of all the things I have lost, my mind is the one I miss the most. I have lost this mind about twenty times, and every time I lost it, I found it back to live an unprecedented and happy life full of hope and faith in God… So begins the life story of Stephen Kwame in his memo…

'The Bizarre Adventures of an Environmental Sherlock Holmes': Occupational Health and Safety Professional Shares Entertaining Stories About Line of Work

BEL AIR, Md., June 30, 2010 — Mothball-induced dizziness. An odd-shaped placebo. A strange use for vinegar. A paper clip. All of these things have one thing in common: Charles Scott. In his quirky, entertaining new book, Problems…Solved: The Bizarre Adventures of an Environmental Sherlo…

iUniverse Extends Partnership with Leading Canadian Bookseller, Indigo Books & Music, to Offer Authors In-Store Placement and Book Signing Opportunities

BLOOMINGTON, Ind., June 28, 2010 — iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self-publishing company, has extended their partnership with leading Canadian bookseller, Indigo Books & Music Inc., to provide authors in-store placement and book signing o…

iUniverse Presents 'Blood Flowers': A Novel

SANTIAGO, Chile, June 24, 2010 — Inspired by the religious women who were assassinated by the military in El Salvador in 1980, author Mary Judith Ress wrote "Blood Flowers" (published by iUniverse), a novel that gets inside the hearts and minds of dedicated missionary nuns, offering a…

'Nutrition Optimization for Health and Longevity': Emerging Author and Fitness Expert Reveals Benefits of Nutrition Optimization to Health and Longevity

IRVINE, Calif., June 17, 2010 — In his new and helpful guidebook for healthy living and eating titled "Nutrition Optimization for Health and Longevity" (published by iUniverse), emerging author and nutritional expert Dr. Herbert Zeng finally reveals the essentials of a balanced di…

'Creative Evolution Revisited': A New Theological Theory of Evolution

GROSSE POINTE, Mich., June 16, 2010 — Creative Evolution Revisited (published by iUniverse) by Donald Austin offers a new way of thinking about evolution by combining various elements from differing philosophies. In the late 1800's, there were two competing theories regarding evolutio…

'Shogun Iemitsu: War and Romance in 17th Century Tokugawa Japan': Novel from World-Renowned Armor Expert Chronicles the Lives of Two Young Samurai in Feudal Japan

EDGEWATER, Md., June 16, 2010 — Michael Zomber's path to become a published author and A&E and History Channel-featured historian has been a bumpy one. Falsely accused of mail fraud and imprisoned for years, he began to outline the blueprint of a historical fiction novel, Shogun Iemits…

'Death at Dames Hundred': An Eastern Shore Mystery

Murder Stalks Chesapeake Bay Estate in Thrilling New Mystery Novel FORT MYERS, Fla., June 9, 2010 — In the latest installment of her St. Martins, Maryland, Eastern Shore mystery series, "Death at Dames Hundred" (published by iUniverse), A. E. Pritchard peels back layers of motive tha…

'The Strongest Fire': Book One of the Vampiress Sagas

BAKERSFIELD, Calif., June 9, 2010 — On New Year's Day in the year 1000, a young widow is suddenly plunged into the vampire underworld. In "The Strongest Fire" (published by iUniverse), by Sarah Winters, Mary must learn to adapt and survive in her strange new existence. Having lost…

'Children Have Abilities, Now Go Educate': New Non-Fiction Challenges the Validity of Common Societal Beliefs

SAN CLARA, Manitoba, June 7, 2010 — Have we all become hypocrites? In his new novel, "Children Have Abilities, Now Go Educate," J. Patrick Carriere questions the true beliefs of intentions of individuals in our society as it relates to religion, ethics, and our general well-being. As s…

Author Explores Media Heiress' Mysterious Life

"The Countess and the Mob" CHAMPAIGN, Ill., June 2, 2010 — Many young Midwestern girls dream of fame, fortune and lives far away from the perceived doldrums of their daily lives, even if they come from privilege. The Countess and the Mob (published by iUniverse) by Maureen Hughes follow…

New Book Suggests Spiritual Approach for Improving Finances

Money Medicine Combines Practical Advice with Proven Techniques WASHINGTON, Conn., May 28, 2010 — In today's bleak economic climate, as many people face financial problems, it's easy to neglect other areas of life, especially spiritually. However, financial and spiritual health…

New Fantasy Novel Follows Vampire's Adventures

Aaron Brownell's "Contention: A Sara Grey Tale" POTSDAM, N.Y., May 27, 2010 — Follow a 17th-century vampire as she spans decades and travels from Crete, to London, to Boston, to the Vatican, in Contention: A Sara Grey Tale (published by iUniverse), the new fantasy novel by Aaron B…

Author Says Key to Relationships Is in You, Not Your Partner

"Spiritual psychology" offers guide for creating, maintaining fulfilling relationships NEW YORK, May 21, 2010 — If you could buy a GPS for navigating human relationships, would you? Well-known religion, psychology and philosophy author Anthony O. Nwachukwu, Ph.D., Psy.D., says…

How Long Should the Human Live?

Moorstein looks at the moral dangers of seeking immortality TYSONS CORNER, Va., May 21, 2010 — If each of us could live far past, say, a century, would we? Should we? In "Super-Aging" (published by iUniverse), author Mark Moorstein believes that super-aging has ignited a revolution as…

'Changing the World One Invention at a Time': How We Can Get America Back to Work!

LAS VEGAS, May 20, 2010 — In these challenging economic times, the road to recovery must be paved with innovation and new ideas. Getting America back to work again will require new innovations and inventions from businesses and individuals. It all starts by asking the right questions and focusing…

New Fiction Chronicles Journey of Transformation

Deserts and Mountains Details Turkish-born Canadian's Trip Back to His Homeland TORONTO, May 20, 2010 — Follow a determined young man on an emotional, physical and spiritual journey from Canada to Turkey and experience the life-changing guidance of his sheikh guide in Deserts and Mountai…

'One Man's Revenge': Gripping New Novel Offers Chilling Glimpse at the Future of Terrorism

LAKE WORTH, Fla., May 19, 2010 — Suspense, drama and action collide against an idyllic Florida backdrop in "One Man's Revenge" (published by iUniverse), the new thriller from Mimi Paris that takes readers from the Sunshine State to the Middle East as a group of terrorists plan the…

Face Confrontations with Authors' 72 Tips

Getting what you want isn't as painful as it may seem WHITE STONE, Va., May 19, 2010 — Have you ever seen a slacker co-worker ignored or relocated rather than dealt with? Have you watched a friend allow a relationship to wither because she couldn't share her true feelings with her boyfrien…

New Trilogy Examines History, Changes in Middle East

Beirut Resident Combines Personal Story with Thorough Research in New Treatise BEIRUT, May 11, 2010 — In the first book of his revelatory new trilogy, Middle East Perspectives: Personal Recollections (published by iUniverse), author Bassil A. Mardelli offers readers an all-encompassing ove…

iUniverse Presents: 'President Obama's Broken Promises'

"Mr. President, is 'Equal Protection' under the Constitution for straights only?" JACKSONVILLE, Fla., May 11, 2010 — President Obama's Broken Promises by John Michael Jocelyn & Dirk Brewer. "Question authority!" Often attributed to Timothy Lear…

William Still and the Underground Railroad: Fugitive Slaves and Family Ties

"If slavery is not wrong, nothing is wrong." — Abraham Lincoln BOSTON, April 30, 2010 — Sometimes fact is stranger than fiction. Consider, for example, the life of business magnate and philanthropist, civil rights activist and effective director-general of the Philadelphia…

New Book Answers Question, 'Why Do Abused Women Stay?'

Author looks to women, not men, for answer CARSON CITY, Nev., April 29, 2010 — Why do women stay in abusive relationships? First-time author Josee Perrine, M.A. MFT, believes she has the definitive answer in her new book, "The Saber-Toothed Tiger: The One Reason Women Stay With Abusive Men.&…

iUniverse Presents: 'Going Godless: Rediscovering Spirituality in a Material World'

EVANS, Ga., April 28, 2010 — Bookshelves are filled with books on being true, good, right and spiritual through following God and deepening one's faith through religion. But what about the non-believers? Is there a manual that guides the "spiritual" needs of the non-religious?…

iUniverse Presents: 'Reflections on the Gospel of Matthew'

YORKTOWN, Va., April 28, 2010 — Dr. Maris McCrabb's "Reflections on the Gospel of Matthew" (published by iUniverse) takes a unique approach to Bible study, implementing Matthew's words and explanations from the text throughout the book. The author covers all of the major…

iUniverse Presents: 'Put Your Game Together: Ethical Management in Youth Sports and Business'

CLAYTON, Calif., April 21, 2010 — Donnie Howell was the kid who was raised on food stamps with little parental guidance. It was at a young age when he discovered that his needs would only be met through hard work and a game called football. Howell writes his story of childhood struggles and the lessons…

'Put Your Potatoes on the Desktop': Emotion Management

Debut Author and Expert Psychotherapist Reveals Innovative, Helpful Model for Emotional Management EDMONTON, Alberta, April 21, 2010 — In his new self-help book that incorporates practical examples of thoughts and relationship dynamics "Put Your Potatoes on the Desktop: Standard Ver…

A New World Order: Formula for Global Peace

Experienced Author and Engineer Shares Political Insight and International Solutions to Global Unrest HOUSTON, April 15, 2010 — In his new treatise promoting freedom, democracy, human rights and global peace "Human Rights and a New World Order: An Engineering Solution" (publishe…

'Citizen Trudy and the Crackdown': A Story of Drugs and Their Devastation

WOODSTOCK, N.Y., April 15, 2010 — "Citizen Trudy and the Crackdown" (published by iUniverse) by Lindsey Brook is more than just a cautionary tale about the devastating power of drugs. It offers varying perspectives from many different lives, all of which have been affected by a grim re…

When Worlds Collide: Advanced Evil and Magic 101

Debut Author Reveals High School Drama and Magical Fight Between Good and Evil in New Novel MANAMA, Kingdom of Bahrain, April 14, 2010 — In his new thrilling fantasy novel, The Savior's Threshold: The Chronicles of Dourren: Book One (published by iUniverse), debut author Hesham Al-Emadi fo…

From Criminal to Criminologist: Overcoming Statistics

Experienced Author and Expert Criminologist Recounts Life of Crime and Education in Autobiography SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 13, 2010 — In his riveting autobiography "Confessions of a Criminologist: Some of My Best Friends Were Sociopaths" (published by iUniverse), experience…

'Mr. Ody Eternal Traveler': A New Twist on an Ancient Greek Epic

AGOURA HILLS, Calif., April 13, 2010 — If you happened upon a weary traveler soaked in salt water in the hills of Southern California, would you believe he was the centuries-old Odysseus of Greek legend? That's the scenario readers will enjoy pondering in "Mr. Ody Eternal Traveler…

'Deception Past': A Novel

VANCOUVER, Wash., April 9, 2010 — From her very earliest memories, Sand Strasburg has always understood that the life she is living is not her first. Deception Past (published by iUniverse), by Franki deMerle, is the story of a girl whose Catholic upbringing leaves no room for her past life. Sand&#…

'Of Bears, Mice, and Nails': Outhouse Chronicles

ANDOVER, Maine, April 9, 2010 — Of Bears, Mice and Nails (published by iUniverse), by Angelo J. Kaltsos, is the true story of an old hunting cabin to hunting camp and an outhouse in the western mountains of Maine. When the author stumbles upon these deserted buildings, he embarks upon a journey of res…

The Book That Closed the 66-year-old 'Cold Case' Murder of a Phoenix Police Officer

Debut Author and Former Phoenix Detective Reveals Best and Worst of Department History in Memoir LAS VEGAS, April 8, 2010 — In his new semi-autobiographical, roman a cle history, "Gunfights & Gunfighters: Reflections from a Phoenix Police Officer" (published by iUniverse), de…

'Black Star Girl': Beneficiary of the Civil Rights Movement Celebrates the Insightful Parenting of Her Father

TEANECK, N.J., April 8, 2010 — John W. Woods Jr. and Iva Eulalia Newman Woods began raising a family in the north during the unsettling times of the Great Depression, World War II, and up to the beginnings of the Civil Rights Movement. Minorities in a small Ohio town, the Woods family was prosperous fo…

Helping Boys Navigate the Journey to Manhood: 'The Difference Between a Man and a Boy'

SEATTLE, April 2, 2010 — In a world where the general populace is bombarded with very confusing images, many young people are left with a distorted worldview. Young men are told to act one way, but then presented with images that contradict what they are told. This contradiction leaves them feeling…

Son Relates Father's Role in Rescue of 1.7 Million from Manchuria

Retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Paul K. Maruyama recalls his father's part in prevention of a human catastrophe of historic magnitude in Manchuria after WWII MONUMENT, Colo., March 31, 2010 — In the closing days of WWII, the Soviet Union attacked and occupied Japanese-controlle…

Sisters with Hemophilia

New book is the first writing to deal exclusively with girls who suffer with hemophilia, something considered to be a "boy's disease" SEATTLE, March 31, 2010 — According to the National Hemophilia Foundation, about 1 in every 5,000 boys are born with hemophilia, a bleeding disor…

iUniverse Presents 'The Traveler': A Novel

CALGARY, Alberta, March 30, 2010 — Although agoraphobic, author Jenna Lindsey travels with her characters in her novels via her creative storytelling ability. "The Traveler" (published by iUniverse), Jenna's second novel, was inspired when she looked out her window one even…

'Grace, Guts and Glory in America': Stories and Psalms of a Man Saved by Grace

NEWTOWN, Pa., March 23, 2010 — When Edwin Hill was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma his first reaction was disbelief. He was young, healthy, in the prime of his career and active. In fact, he and his wife, a nurse, had been running up to four miles together every morning. Now his thoughts turned to deat…

'Project Management Skills for Instructional Designers': Boost Business and Increase Productivity with Practical Management Skills

NASSAU, Bahamas, March 18, 2010 — There isn't a company in the world that wouldn't want to reduce expenses, boost productivity and streamline their processes, especially in light of the world's troubling economical times. In Project Management Skills for Instructional Desig…

'Your Emerging Leadership Journey': New Book Gives Future Leaders the Roadmap to Success

EAST LANSING, Mich., March 18, 2010 — In business, there is a difference between management and leadership, and a new book, Your Emerging Leadership Journey, offers practical and sometimes surprising ways to emerge a leader — both in life and one's career. Professor John King, Jr. an…

Simon of Cyrene's Untold Story Brought to Life

"Simon's Crossing: A Novel" Portrays Simon of Cyrene's Cross-Bearing Transformation SANTA BARBARA, Calif., March 12, 2010 — For Simon of Cyrene, being in the wrong place at the wrong time may have caused his own salvation. In biblical Gospels, Simon of Cyrene is forced by R…