I hope you all had a good week. This week at NOVA Publishers was uneventful however, the weekend looks promising. This morning as usual, we looked at the NOVA books that sold well last week. The books that stand out, among others, are:
- Endoscopy and Endoscopic Procedures: Management, Technologies and Methods for Improvement – http://bit.ly/1ZMSt4A
- Meeting Mental Health Needs: Service Delivery in Israel – http://bit.ly/1ZMSKEA. You can also see the REVIEWS if you click on the link.
- Riparian Zones: Characteristics, Management Practices and Ecological Impacts – http://bit.ly/1UYHxBv
- Caseins: Properties, Functions and Health Implications – http://bit.ly/1TaIozJ
The difficult task now is to determine why. Why do some books sell better than others even though the marketing is the same?
NOVA Publisher’s strives to announce 40 books a week. Usually, we don’t. In an academic year, our goal is to publish between 1500 to 2000 new books (and 50 Journals). This comes as a surprise for some and might seem like a large amount of books to publish in one year for an Academic and STM Publisher. But we are no where near what other Top Academic Publishers publish in a year’s time. If you take Springer, for example, they publish over 2,700 journals a year and 300,000 new articles.
Newly Announced NOVA Titles
Minimally Invasive Aortic Valve Surgery
Hunaid A. Vohra, Vinayak Bapat and Christopher P. Young (Bristol Heart Institute, UK)
(Hunaid Vohra’s journey in Cardiac Surgery went through working in hospitals in London (Harefield) and Southampton, UK. Having been conferred the status of a Fellow both by the British as well as the European Cardiac Surgical Boards, he was awarded the prestigious Ethicon Scholarship from the Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons to sub-specialise in mitral and aortic valve repair with Professor Gebrine El Khoury at Saint-Luc University Hospital (Brussels) followed by minimally invasive mitral valve repair with Professor Hugo Vanermen at OLV clinic (Aalst, Belgium). On his return to UK, he completed another sub-speciality fellowship in minimally invasive aortic valve replacement and trans-catheter aortic valve insertion (TAVI) at the St Thomas’ Hospital, London.His love of the practical aspects of surgery is matched by an enthusiasm for research. He has been awarded a BUPA Cardiac Surgical Research Fellowship where his thesis looked at the mechanisms of apoptosis and necrosis after a myocardial infarction. He maintains an active involvement in research through his Honorary Senior Lecturer position at the University of Bristol. He is faculty on various international training courses and currently holds the position of Associate Editor of the Cardiac Valve section of ICVTS/EJCTS journal.)
Substance Abuse and Aftercare
Leonard A. Jason and Sarah Callahan (DePaul University, Chicago, IL, USA)
(Sarah Callahan received her undergraduate degree in Behavioral Science from DePaul University, her Masters’ degree and doctorate in Community Psychology from DePaul University. Her research includes substance abuse and aftercare, the microeconomics of substance abuse and incarceration, and reducing barriers to reentry for marginalized groups. She teaches classes on substance abuse and mental health at DePaul University, and has been working with formerly incarcerated substance abusers for over 10 years)
The George W. Bush Presidency, Volume I: The Constitution, Politics, and Policy Making
Meena Bose (Hofstra University, NY, USA)
(Meena Bose is Executive Dean of Hofstra University’s Peter S. Kalikow School of Government, Public Policy and International Affairs, and the Director of Hofstra’s Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency. She is the author of Shaping and Signaling Presidential Policy: The National Security Decision Making of Eisenhower and Kennedy (1998), and editor of the reference volume The New York Times on the Presidency (2009). She also has edited several volumes in presidency studies and a reader in American politics, and she is third author for the American Government: Institutions and Policies textbook (15th edition, 2016).
- The Psychology of Consumer and Social Influence: Theory and Research
- Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia: Diagnosis, Treatment
Options and Prognosis
- Traffic Accidents and Safety: New Research
To get a 40% discount on these books, please use PreOrder40 at the checkout on our website at www.novapublishers.com. This promotion is only available for a short period of time!
Other books that were announced by NOVA this week can be found here: http://www.novapublishers.net/new-titles.html
- It was announced this week that Norway will be the Guest of Honor for the Frankfurt Book Fair in 2019. We are more excited about the Guest of Honor for 2018 however, which will be the Republic of Georgia (most to come on this). This October, the Guest of Honor is Flanders and the Netherlands together. There is not much in the news in the States about Flanders. They have a very complex and intricate Political System and I’m sure some very interesting authors come from there as well.
- May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month. It is a seriously misunderstood disease. I would check out the recent book by Tommy Hilfiger’s daughter called “Bite Me: How Lyme Disease Stole My Childhood, Made me Crazy and Almost Killed Me” – http://huff.to/1WYxVXE
- This week is BEA (BookExpo) in Chicago. To all those attending, good luck.
- We are developing a new Twitter page called NovaSciNews. This is a Twitter page not directed towards Nova Science Publishers’ books, but rather news in general that is taking place in the world that you might not be able to find from other sources.
Have a nice weekend everyone.