Frankfurt Book Fair and Other News

Dear Readers,

We just returned from the Frankfurt Book Fair and will add pictures soon. Some of the companies we met with include:

And of course, all our representatives and agents from different parts of the world. All with very interesting proposals and ideas. While we currently settle in, here is a sneak peak of books expected to be published in early 2017.

Titanium Alloys 978-1-53610-437-0Dysphagia Ver 2 978-1-53610-432-5Acute Kidney Injury 978-1-53610-379-3Borderline Personality Disorder 978-1-53610-290-1

Protein-Protein Interactions 978-1-63485-970-7

The 2015 Paris Agreement 978-1-53610-500-1Amyloidosis 978-1-63485-884-7
























Thank you all for your support. More news to come.

Warm regards,


New Interview, Conferences and Books

New Interview!

NOVA author, Ingrid Grenon, did a TV interview about her book and some of her programs. It is called “New Models of Care for the Developmentally Disabled.” See here for the full interview: The video was done at the Concord-Carlisle Community Access TV (CCTV) studios and the show appears on both YouTube and CCTV.

The name of the book is “From One Century to the Next: A History of Wrentham State School and the Institutional Model in Massachusetts.” Here is the link –

Working with NOVA

For testimonials from our authors, please visit Testimonials are added on a daily basis.

Conferences and Events for OCTOBER only!

To see a list of conferences NOVA authors are attending, please visit October Conferences .

New Books

Pokémon-Go and Other News

Dear Readers,

Today I read an article on what Publishers can learn from the new game phenomenon, Pokémon-Go. You can read the article here: The title caught my attention. Upon reading the article, however, I could not come up with any new strategies we could implement based on this augmented reality game. Any ideas?

The Authors Guild and PEN America have publicly condemned the recent actions of the Turkish government, in which they allegedly detained several dozen journalists. You can read the article here: More information is needed before having a stance on this issue…

I have to bring up the Yale Publishing Course which took place a few weeks ago in New Haven, Connecticut. This is a course we have attended multiple times and one that I highly recommend to not only Publishers, but also book distributors and agents, editors, authors and anyone interested in books and magazines whether they work in the field or not – Yale Publishing Course. The attendees are a very diverse group of people from all over the world.

We are getting ready for the Frankfurt Book Fair that will take place in October. If you would like to make an appointment with us, please email Stella at We are always eager to meet new people!

Currently, we are creating a new blog website with new and exciting information about some of our authors’ books that you can’t find anywhere else (including on our current website!). The information will include:

  • Academic Affiliation and Present Position
  • A brief biography of NOVA Authors/Editors
  • National and International Conferences where their Book will be Displayed
  • Topics in the Book that are Related to Current Newsworthy Events
  • A Short Description of the Book
  • For Whom the Book is Written
  • Any Export Markets where the Book may be of Particular Interest
  • Reviews

This website (which will be will be launched in about a month. Stay tuned!

Finally, I would like to congratulate Alexandra Columbus for (finally) getting her Master’s Degree in Publishing from New York University. We are very proud.


Have a nice week and warm regards,