Marlton, NJ (PRWEB) June 6, 2006
The book, "The Glass is Half Full and Frozen" written by Edward DuCoin will be pushed to become a best seller, as listed by Barnes and Nobel on June 8, 2006.
This book is a business novel using fictional characters to review key business philosophies for success" stated Edward DuCoin, Author.
DuCoin added, "There is something for everyone in the book, from the college student to business executive to seasoned entrepreneur. I look forward to seeing mass distribution and I appreciate all the efforts of my friends who will help make The Glass is Half Full and Frozen a best seller."
To purchase your copy, please visit http://www.bn.com and search for DuCoin or the title.
Jacob Edwards has just read the worst news possible for a business leader well respected in Philadelphia – his company is faltering. Not only that but his employees are questioning whether or not his head is truly in the game. His concerns continue to grow as he worries about his reputation, how all of this will affect his family and his future.
That future comes to Jacob gradually in the form of a man in a purple baseball hat. Seemingly a non-descript person, Purple Hat quickly becomes his most trusted mentor. Who this man is and why he has made such a profound impression puzzles Jacob. Conversely, as the two ponder the decisions made to this point, Jacob realizes that Purple Hat may hold the key to his company’s success. What does this stranger stand to gain from his relationship with the business leader? And what is the cost to Jacob?
“The Glass is Half Full and Frozen” is a business novel that teaches its readers how to be successful in business ventures without overloading them with methodology and terminology. The lessons are subtle, yet profound. From the beginning, it is clear that this practical information can be applied to both professional and personal matters. This is the first of a two part series. Watch for “The Glass is Half Full and Flowing” coming later this year.
Edward DuCoin earned his degree from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Currently, he resides with his wife and two children in Marlton, New Jersey pursuing his life-long dream of being a NASCAR team owner.
List Price: $14.95
Format: Paperback, 160pp
Pub. Date: February 2006
Publisher: New Edventures