Mar 042009
 

I’ve been woefully out of blogging mode and had some problems logging on for updates but that has been resolved, and the beat does go on and I have plenty of news and new books.
There’s no doubt that the book industry is troubled right now, and the loss of many independents and the weakness of Borders especially is cause for concern. That said, books, whether “e” or not, are not going away, and the environment for selling them is only becoming more diverse and multi-platformed.
I’m currently working on three projects that I love and hope to share news on them in the near future. For now, here’s a roundup of a few of my projects that have shipped in the last few months. We have plenty of new books coming, and I’m pleased to congratulate a few new authors as well. I have a lot of tech in this update!
Congratulations to Brian Desmond, on his revision of the newest edition of Active Directory: Designing, Deploying and Running Active Directory, (O’Reilly).
Congratulations to Ed Baig on the publication of Macs for Dummies, 10th edition.
Congratulations to Renato Bellu on the publication of his first book, Microsoft Dynamics GP for Dummies.
Congratulations to Chad Perkins on The After Effects Illusionist: All the Effects in One Complete Guide, Focal Press.
Congratulations to Sue Jenkins and Rich Wagner on the publication of the 2nd edition of Dreamweaver CS4 All-in-One Desk Reference for Dummies.
Congratulations to John Mueller on the publication of MS Exchange Server for Dummies, and his newest book, C# Design and Development, from Wrox Press.
One of the cooler game titles I’ve ever seen is shipping right now: congratulations to Bill Loguidice and Matt Barton of the Armchair Arcade on the publication of Vintage Games: An Insider Look at the History of Grand Theft Auto, Super Mario and the Most Influential Games of All Time, from Focal Press.
I’m also please to announce a few recent deals — The Zombie Combat Manual from the creator of the Zombie Combat Club website, to Denise Silvestro at Berkley; The Constant Contact Guide to Email Marketing, to Richard Narramore at Wiley; and Invaluable: A Fable about Becoming Irreplaceable to Your Boss and Customers, a follow-up to Dave Crenshaw’s The Myth of Multitasking, again to Karen Murphy at Jossey-Bass.

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