iUniverse Releases Top Ten Best Seller List for February 2009

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Figures Based on Point-of-Sale Data from Major Booksellers

iUniverse, the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self publishing company, has announced its top ten best-selling books for February 2009, according to retail channel sales figures.

1. The 10 Ks of Personal Branding: Create a Better You, by Kaplan Mobray; (Self-Help).
Learn how to focus your life's goals with your life's actions to create a powerful package called "you." Filled with easy-to-follow instructions and valuable tips on developing your personal brand, this guide explains the10Ks of personal branding.

2. Necessary Heartbreak: Book One of the When Time Forgets Trilogy, Michael Sullivan; (Novel). Do you believe that time heals all wounds? Michael Stewart doesn't. After 13 years he's still struggling with the demands of being a single father. His life revolves around his daughter Elizabeth, a precocious girl who's growing up much too fast.

3. Winning the Cost War: Applying Battlefield Management Doctrine to the Management of Government, by Dale R. Geiger; (Career Development). A new doctrine of cost management developed from battlefield management, one of management's oldest applications. It defines and illustrates new ideas for everything from managerial cost accounting to analysis and accountability.

4. And This Is Life: Chronicles of the Darcy Family--Book One, by C. Allyn Pierson; (Novel). Jane Austen's classic novel, Pride and Prejudice, ends with the marriage of the Bennet sisters to their hard-won fiancés, but the story of Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam Darcy's life together is only beginning. This affectionate and historically accurate sequel chronicles the lives of the Darcys during their first year of marriage.

5. The Bluegrass Conspiracy, by Sally Denton; (Novel). A sordid tale of corruption in Lexington, Kentucky. Among the major players were Governor John Y. Brown; his top political aides; former policeman and blueblood Andrew Thornton, the leader of an organization known as the "Company"; and other bluebloods, rich from money originally earned in horse-breeding and racing.

6. Lucia's Survival Guide and Cookbook, by Lucille Campilongo; (Cookbook).
A mother's compilation of domestic advice and recipes, published years later by the daughter for whom it was originally created. Comprehensive and easily adapted to any living situation, follow it and you will be sure to live in comfort and cleanliness.

7. With Joseph in the University of Adversity: The Mizraim Principles, by Jerry L. Parks; (Spiritual). Thirty-two timeless and life-changing lessons for successful living, drawn from the discouragements and hardships of Joseph the Hebrew in Egypt (Mizraim). These principles cover topics such as effective parenting, money management, personal relationships, and prayer.

8. Semper Fidelis "Always Faithful": A Collection of Love Poems, by E. Lee Zhou; (Poetry).
A poignant collection of poetry that comes full circle as the poet beautifully expresses heartfelt emotions about love lost, love found, and love reborn.

9. Indigo Adults: Forerunner of the New Civilization, by Kabir Jaffe; (New Age).
You may be familiar with the concept of "Indigo children," and never realized that there are also Indigo adults. Might you be one of them? Perhaps you have wondered why you've often felt different.

10. The Client's Guide to Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, by Aldo R. Pucci; (Self-help).
Author Aldo R. Pucci guides readers step by step through the cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) process, reinforcing what the cognitive behavioral therapist teaches during therapy sessions.

These titles, and the complete iUniverse library, are available for purchase through the online iUniverse bookstore at iuniverse.com. To learn how to publish a book today, log on to iuniverse.com or call 1-800-AUTHORS today.

About iUniverse:
iUniverse, an Author Solutions, Inc. author services brand, is the leading book marketing, editorial services and supported self publishing company. The iUniverse management team has extensive editorial and managerial experience with traditional publishers such as Random House, Wiley, Macmillan, Chronicle Books and Addison-Wesley. iUniverse has a strategic alliance with Chapters Indigo in Canada; and titles accepted into the iUniverse Rising Star program are featured in a special collection on BarnesandNoble.com. Headquartered in Bloomington, Indiana; iUniverse also operates offices in New York City; Indianapolis; and Milton Keynes, England. For more information or to publish a book, please visit iuniverse.com or call 1-800-AUTHORS.


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