Agio Publishing House
At Agio Publishing House, we produce GREAT books! Readers love them -- and the author enjoys a unique and supportive experience. See us at www.agiopublishing.com
In 1995, Agio's CEO BRUCE BATCHELOR rocked the publishing industry when he invented print-on-demand (POD) publishing and triggered a landslide of new books from every country in the world. Since then, more than 100,000 writers have seized the opportunity to be published, and the rate is accelerating. In 2010, an estimated 100,000 new authors used POD services such as AuthorHouse, BookSurge, iUniverse, Lulu, Trafford and Xlibris. Bruce was CEO of Trafford Publishing for 11 years building it to over $10 million in annual sales before it was acquired by Author Solutions Inc.
As a next step, Bruce has turned his attention to solving the rest of the puzzle: how self-publishing ("indie") authors can be successful in SELLING their books in cost-efficient and environmentally-friendly ways.
Agio Publishing House is his new solution.
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All Good Things: Building Wealth For My Clients
by Adam Hennick
In "All Good Things," ADAM HENNICK describes what he's learned from over 25 years in financial advisory, partly documented in real time through "A View From Here" monthly newsletters, September 2009 through to November 2015. His clients have been the beneficiaries of long-term returns that few have been able to achieve.
ADAM HENNICK is a financial advisor in Toronto.
Journey To The Future: A Better World Is Possible
by Guy Dauncey
In this blockbuster novel, young protagonist Patrick Wu visits a future world - Vancouver in 2032 - brimming with innovation and hope, where the climate crisis is being tackled, the solar revolution is underway and a new cooperative economy is taking shape. Dauncey's "brilliant book shows solutions to the climate crisis that offer a future rich in opportunity and joy" - David Suzuki
First Class Passage: Another Jack Sterling Novel
by John C. Smith
"Retired Mountie John C. Smith has written a credible and captivating mix of life aboard a cruise ship and a mid-Atlantic murder investigation. His character's method of conducting an investigation is unique, interesting and accurately portrayed. Highly recommended reading." -- Charles Mandigo, Special Agent (Retired), Federal Bureau of Investigation
Nine Dog Winter
by Bruce Batchelor
Nine Dog Winter by Bruce T. Batchelor is a true story, about two young Canadians who recruit nine mismatched huskies, and head out to live in a log cabin and go camping in the Yukon as the temperature plunges to Sixty-Eight Below.
Follow this 1980-'81 winter adventure of a young couple intent on recreating the classic Yukon pioneer lifestyle. Includes hundreds of tips from natives and trappers.
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