Summer in the City

Dear Readers,

NEWS: The big news for last week is that LinkedIn was acquired by Microsoft Word. What does this mean for Publishers? So far nothing. But read this article: http://bit.ly/23arfXT

Facebook is increasingly becoming the #1 social media site for Publishers, in terms of posting information about their front list, back list titles and author events or discounts. Does Facebook help Publishers sell books? I’m inclined to say – not too much. But there is no harm in putting the information out there.

In an article from Book Business Insight, the following are emerging strategies that Publishers’ are starting to use to advance their business (http://bit.ly/1YrBK8o):

· Customization and personalization
· The integration of video with print
· Using LED technology with print
· The importance of mobile technologies
· The impact of augmented reality
· Case histories discussing how to capitalize on these business opportunities

Do you agree these are important for Publishers?

Pulitzer Prize Nomination: One of our books was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for 2016. The title is “James Monroe: Ensuring National Security with an Instinct for Command.” The link to our website: http://bit.ly/23asEOg

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Announced Books: For the week of June 20th, the following books were announced by Nova Science Publishers:

1. A Note on Inheritance and Generalizability Properties in Optimal Control Problems

2. An In-Depth Analysis of Rising Household Indebtedness in an Upper Middle – Income Economy – The Case of Mauritius

3. The George W. Bush Presidency, Volume III: Foreign Policy

4. Advances in Environmental Research. Volume 51

5. Advances in Medicine and Biology. Volume 104

6. Antibacterials: Synthesis, Properties and Biological Activities

7. Cellulase: Production, Applications and Health Benefits

8. Computer Vision and Simulation: Methods, Applications and Technology

9. Corrosion Inhibitors: Principles, Mechanisms and Applications

10. Domestic Violence: Prevalence, Risk Factors and Perspectives

11. Food Industry: Assessment, Trends and Current Issues

12. Food Markets: Consumer Perceptions, Government Regulations and Health Impacts

13. Forest Ecosystems: Management, Impact Assessment and Conservation

14. Gambling: Risk Factors, Prevalence and Treatment Outcomes

15. Periodontal Disease: Diagnosis, Management Options and Clinical Features

16. Developing a Biometric Exit System to Address Visitor Overstays: Progress and Issues

17. Food Insecurity Among Hispanics and Immigrants in the U.S.: Selected Analyses

18. Latin America: Issues and Considerations for the United States

19. Medicaid Managed Care: Expenditures, Screening of Providers, and Utilization Patterns

20. National Park Service: Analyses and Trends of Appropriations, Fees and Donations

21. A Primer for Swimming Coaches. Volume 1: Physiological Foundations

22. A Primer for Swimming Coaches. Volume 2: Biomechanical Foundations

Covers: Some recent covers of NOVA’s books. Our goal in the future is to make our books available within 8 weeks after they are announced.

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Latest Reviews: NOVA’s book “Green Studio: Nature and the Arts in Therapy” was reviewed in the latest issue of the Journal of Therapeutic Horticulture – http://ahta.org/publications. Reviewed by:

Matthew J. Wichrowski MSW HTR

Horticultural Therapist

Clinical Assistant Professor

Rusk Rehabilitation

NYU Langone Medical Center

 For your convenience, here it is:

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We wish you a warm and enjoyable July.

Best regards,

NOVA

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