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11 Principles of a Reagan Conservative

11 Principles of a Reagan Conservative

by Kengor, Paul

Perhaps no other president's name is invoked by politicians as much as Ronald Reagan's. Every election, as presidential hopefuls jockey for the Republican nomination, each one claims to be a Reagan conservative...

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46 Days

46 Days

by Davis, Jennifer Pharr

46 Days chronicles the trials, successes, joys, and frustrations of Jennifer Pharr Davis's record-winning Appalachian Trail thru-hike through the eyes of her husband, Brew Davis. Brew lead her pit crew, the group of generous, loving hikers who supported Jen along the way, providing company along the epic trail and as much food as Jen could stomach...

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99 THINGS WOMEN WISH THEY KNEW BEFORE GETTING BEHIND THE WHEEL OF THEIR DREAM JOB

99 THINGS WOMEN WISH THEY KNEW BEFORE GETTING BEHIND THE WHEEL OF THEIR DREAM JOB

by Fisher, Sarah

99 THINGS WOMEN WISH THEY KNEW BEFORE GETTING BEHIND THE WHEEL OF THEIR DREAM JOB is a speed read written by professional race car driver Sarah Fisher, that gives women the knowledge and tools to broaden their careers...

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Abe Gilman's Ending

Abe Gilman's Ending

by Frank, Glenn

Recently widowed, confined to a wheelchair, and placed in an elderly-care facility, Abe Gilman wants no part in any of the activities of the other residents, preferring to live out his life in cynical near-isolation.But among those activities is a collective oral history project that two of the members, Samuel Hersh and Hannah Cohen, are attempting to turn into a book...

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Above Empyrean

Above Empyrean

by Herschensohn, Bruce

Islamist revolutionary terrorists have taken over the United States of America. Millions of citizens have been killed, imprisoned, and tortured. The President is missing, his most trusted advisor, Eli Jared, is holed up in a secret government command center...

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Abram

Abram

by Orenstein, Henry

This is a biography of a young man who is not really sure what to do with his life, who gets thrown into the whirlwind of World War II and only then learns about life, about courage, and about honor. A boy, who grows up in poisonous, anti-Sematic surroundings in Poland, he travels to Palestine and unexpectedly finds a purpose in life...

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The Adventures of Bubba Jones (#2)

The Adventures of Bubba Jones (#2)

by Alt, Jeff

After Inheriting legendary time travel skills from their Papa Lewis, Tommy "Bubba Jones," and his sister Jenny "Hug-a-Bug," embark on a Shenandoah National Park adventure to solve a family mystery. From the moment they reach the park entrance, the excitement begins...

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The Adventures of Bubba Jones

The Adventures of Bubba Jones

by Alt, Jeff

Tommy "Bubba Jones" and his sister Jenny "Hug-a-Bug" learn more about the Great Smoky Mountain National Park than they ever thought they would when Papa Lewis lets them in on a family secret: The family has legendary time traveling skills! With these abilities, Bubba Jones and Hug-a-Bug travel back in time and meet the park’s founders, its earliest settlers, native Cherokee Indians, wild...

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Always Have Popsicles

Always Have Popsicles

by Harvin, Rebecca

Always Have Popsicles is filled with ideas and thoughts about how to have the most fulfilling relationship with your grandchildren and enjoy every moment with them. Ms. Harvin includes bits of advice for every occasion: Teach them to set a proper table. Teach them to like bugs. Introduce them to a police officer in uniform. Let them help you cook...

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An American Amnesia

An American Amnesia

by Herschensohn, Bruce

January 27th, 1973: the United States, South Vietnam, North Vietnam, and the Viet Cong sign the Paris Peace Accords, guaranteeing the right of self-determination to the South Vietnamese people...

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Angels, Dragons and Vultures

Angels, Dragons and Vultures

by Acland, Simon

In Angels, Dragons and Vultures Simon Acland shares the experience of his successful venture capital career. The book is a guide for entrepreneurs to all aspects of venture capital. Angels, Dragons and Vultures provides advice on whether to start down the venture capital road in the first place...

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As I Saw It

As I Saw It

by Scott, Marvin

Over a career spanning more than 50 years, veteran journalist Marvin Scott has seen it all.  From international headlines to local heroes, the eleven-time Emmy Award–winner and member of the New York State Broadcasters Hall of Fame has covered the news with objectivity and integrity, bringing journalistic excellence to every level of reporting...

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The Audacity of Goats

The Audacity of Goats

by Riordan, J.F.

All is not well north of the tension line. A series of unsettling nighttime incidents have left the islanders uncertain whether to be nervous or annoyed...

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Authority Encounter

Authority Encounter

by Davis, Rev. Dr. Chuck

For those following Jesus, the question of "what now" often enters the mind and heart. In Authority Encounter,pastor Chuck Davis provides clarifying answers and guidance. Davis presents the case that one key aspect of being a Christ follower is the notion of authority...

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Awakenings

Awakenings

by Kampmann, Eric

This small book of biblical reading and short commentary is designed as an easy-to-use companion to the Bible, and to the daily Awakenings podcasts with Chuck Davis and EricKampmann. Both the book and the podcasts are formatted to help inspire a brief daily conversation built around passages from the Bible, focusing on how the biblical and the everyday intersect in sometimes unexpected ways...

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Baby: An Owner's Manual

Baby: An Owner's Manual

by Zukow, Dr. Bud

If only babies came with their own instruction booklets. Well, here's the good news. He's Dr. Bud Zukow, and he has been fielding your most common (and not-so-common) pediatric questions for more than 40 years. In BABY: An Owner's Manual, he offers encouraging solutions and expert, up-to-the-minute advice on such crucial issues as: . Will my baby ever fall asleep?...

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Becoming Odyssa

Becoming Odyssa

by Pharr Davis, Jennifer

After graduating from college, Jennifer isn't sure what she wants to do with her life. She is drawn to the Appalachian Trail, a 2175-mile footpath that stretches from Georgia to Maine. Though her friends and family think she's crazy, she sets out alone to hike the trail, hoping it will give her time to think about what she wants to do next...

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The Best in Us

The Best in Us

by Stevens, Cleve

We have lost sight of the big picture, forgetting that success cannot be measured in profit alone. This narrow focus, particularly from our political and corporate leaders, is one of the primary reasons for our continuing economic crisis. We need a fresh approach to leadership to turn things around...

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The Big Ten of Grammar

The Big Ten of Grammar

by Bradshaw, William

Have you ever hesitated when choosing between "I" or "me"? Have you had trouble figuring out tricky pronouns like "who" or "whom"? What about those always-troublesome commas-do they go before or after the quotation marks? If you're anything like the rest of us, you struggle with these age-old grammatical issues. In this practical and easy-to-understand handbook, Dr. William B...

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The Big Ten of Grammar

The Big Ten of Grammar

by Bradshaw, William

Have you ever hesitated when choosing between "I" or "me"? Have you had trouble figuring out tricky pronouns like "who" or "whom"? What about those always-troublesome commas-do they go before or after the quotation marks? If you're anything like the rest of us, you struggle with these age-old grammatical issues. In this practical and easy-to-understand handbook, Dr. William B...

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Bitterroot - A Memoir

Bitterroot - A Memoir

by Faulkner, Steven

Using the letters of the 19th-century explorer Pierre Jean De Smet, Steven Faulkner and his eighteen-year-old son, Alex, follow De Smet across the High Plains to the fur trappers’ rendezvous on the Green River, then on to the Lewis and Clark Trail...

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Black Fatherhood

Black Fatherhood

by Ivery, Dr. Curtis L.

This one of a kind book aims to highlight the importance of being a present father while breaking the stereotype that surrounds Black fatherhood. Written by Dr. Curtis L. Ivery and his son Marcus, the book is a blueprint for being a successful family man as well as a model African-American man...

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Blackout

Blackout

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This publication the antidote to the persistent media avoidance of both the Grand Jury report and the trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell. When Jonah Goldberg says that this [Grand Jury] report struck me as equal to some of the greatest reportorial journalism I have ever seen written, he is not only complimenting District Attorney R...

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Boat People

Boat People

by

The years 1975 to 1996 were witness to the largest mass migration in modern history, when more than a million people left war-torn Vietnam by boat in search of safety. Nicknamed “Boat People,” the desperate families often did not survive the journey...

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The Bold Christian

The Bold Christian

by Davis, Rev. Dr. Chuck

Opposition! It is inevitable in any worthwhile pursuit. Jesus even promised challenge in the faith journey, “In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world” (John 16:33). There is a bit of a reflex in us when hearing these words from Jesus—you have overcome but what about me. It does not always feel like I am overcoming...

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The Book Publisher's Handbook

The Book Publisher's Handbook

by Atwell, Margot

Are you ready to be a publisher? Do you have all the keys? Now that you have made the decision to become a publisher, you must take the reins. You are the maestro, the coach, and the head cheerleader. To understand your new role, it is essential that you understand each key, each step of the process...

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Buried Memories

Buried Memories

by Gusoff, Carolyn

UPDATED: New chapters from Katie In 1992, nine-year-old Katie Beers was kidnapped by a family friend and locked in an underground box for 17 days. Katie has now come forward to tell the story that created a national media storm as reporters uncovered the truth about her pre-kidnapping life of neglect and sexual abuse and the details of her rescue...

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Called Again

Called Again

by Pharr Davis, Jennifer

In 2011, Jennifer Pharr Davis became the overall record holder on the Appalachian Trail. By hiking 2,181 miles in 46 days - an average of 47 miles per day - she became the first female to ever set that mark. But this is not a book about records or numbers; this is a book about endurance and faith, and most of all love...

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Chameleon

Chameleon

by Hains, Richard

Jon Phillips is head bond trader at one of Wall Street's largest investment banks and lives the American dream in the heart of New York's decadent banking community. But, after years of selfishness and extravagance, he plans his exit through an unprecedented and ultimately fraudulent deal in the US government bond market...

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Christmas with Irena

Christmas with Irena

by Chalmers, Irena

Let Irena help you plan the sweets you serve and those you give away this holiday season. From muffins and pies to cakes and cookies Christmas with Irena: Confectionary Classics is your one stop guide to all of your holiday baking essentials...

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The Comeback

The Comeback

by Shapiro, Gary

America seems to be on a downward slide. Our government spends too much; our economy creates too little; and we aren't preparing our children to compete in a global marketplace. Yet our politicians - Republican and Democrat alike - just don't get it. While once-great cities fall into decay, Washington thrives, living off the hard work and tax dollars of the private sector...

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Comfortably Unaware

Comfortably Unaware

by Oppenlander, Richard

In Comfortably Unaware, Dr. Richard Oppenlander tackles the crucial issue of global depletion as it relates to food choice. We should all be committed, he tells us, to understanding the reality and consequences of our diet, the footprint it makes on our environment, and seek food products that are in the best interest of all living things...

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ABOUT Beaufort Books

About Beaufort. Beaufort is an independent publisher based in New York City with national distribution into book trade channels through Midpoint Trade Books. The company produces a mix of non-fiction and fiction titles, with about 15–20 new titles each year.

Success. Beaufort has published four New York Times bestsellers since 2007: If I Did It, by the Goldman Family, Hide!!!, by Jeff Foxworthy, The Comeback, by Consumer Electronics Association President Gary Shapiro, and One Nation Under Taught by Dr. Vince M. Bertram.

Collaboration. We favor a collaborative process in which Beaufort and the author work together to create a beautiful book and design unique publicity, marketing, and sales plans that makes sense for each individual book.

Speed. Our distributor, Midpoint, sells to bookstore accounts each month instead of once every season. For this reason, we publish a book when it needs to be published, instead of plugging it into a catalog when we have space for it. Our typical turnaround time from finished manuscript to books in stores is 9 months.

What is Co-Publishing? Co-publishing with Beaufort Books means sharing the risk of publishing your book. Beaufort and our authors share the cost of publishing a book and, in return, our authors receive a higher share of royalties than they would under a traditional publishing deal.

Authors are critical to our success. Co-publishing is not just a financial distinction. Beaufort believes that our authors are experts in their subjects and that they understand their potential readers. Therefore, our authors have a voice in the publishing and marketing decisions that go into making and selling a book. Beaufort Books has a team of talented, experienced publishing professionals who are excellent at what they do. When our authors’ expertise in their subject is paired with Beaufort’s expertise in publishing, we are able to produce exceptional books that are competitive with those published by big New York publishers.

The Process. As co-publishing partners, we work with our authors through every stage of the publishing process, from the manuscript to the finished book and beyond. Our books all have national distribution through Midpoint Trade Books, a 16-year-old company with about 300 client publishers. We benefit from their established relationships with wholesalers, retailers, industry organizations and publications, and more. We also commit to helping our books get the marketing and publicity support they need so that readers and potential book buyers will be exposed to them. We also reach out to specialty markets so we can sell books beyond traditional bookselling outlets.

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