Series: Summer 2003 (Vol. IV, No. 2)

The Arizona Book Festival – April 5th, 2003

On Saturday, April 5th, I participated in the Sixth Annual Arizona Book Festival, held for the first time at the historic Carnegie Library (Phoenix’s first public library) on West Washington Street in downtown Phoenix. The event started at 10 a.m.…

The Neutrino Effect by Michael E. Kirshteyn

The Neutrino Effect By: Michael E. Kirshteyn Paperback , 6″ x 9″, 364 pages, 13 figures, ISBN 0-595-23607-3, $17.06 E-book, 552 pages 13 figures $6.95 ABOUT THE BOOK The Neutrino Effect is set in a future some seventy years from…

Was Sirhan Sirhan a Programmed Assassin?

Was Sirhan Sirhan a Programmed Assassin? (James Musgrave, Author of Sins of Darkness) Programmed assassins attacked America on 9/11/01. Sins of Darkness shows how programmed terrorists were being created in the United States. Long before the training camps of Osama bin Laden, there…

Out-of-Print & Antiquarian Book Market Seminar

Dear Fellow Booksellers, The Out-of-Print & Antiquarian Book Market Seminar—the intensive one-week program for booksellers and collectors at all levels of experience—is accepting registrants for this year’s session, which will be held August 3 through 8 at Colorado College in…

Jack Jacobs and the Doomsday Time Machine

Jack Jacobs and the Doomsday Time Machine (…and the Fun and Games of Self-Publishing) By: Albert S. Abraham I started writing this book in the early part of January 2002 and finished it about 10 weeks later. I wanted to…

Extra services propel ChooseBooks.com

By: Kate Lindemann ChooseBooks.com focuses on creating “added value”. The company provides extra services while their listing book sellers offer inventory at the same competitive prices as on other sites. The site’s added value focus is attracting both buyers and…