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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by G. Michael Smith
Master Fixer is the second book in The Forevers, featuring Jayne Wu.
Now 16, Jayne Wu is working as a fixer on Biome 3, a thoroughly inhospitable environment. She is just starting to feel she can serve her world through advancing in her chosen profession. Her friend, Poppy Greenway, has kept her safe but that is all about to change. The Consortium crime syndicate is plotting to abduct her.
by G. Michael Smith
Imposter is the third book in The Forevers, featuring Jayne Wu, aka Thirteen
Whose mind is in whose body? Seventeen-year-old Jayne Wu is literally battling inside her own mind against Dr. Winter Bancroft, evil neuroscientist of The Forevers. Jayne has Poppy Greenway and the Sentinels on her side - but can they really counter the Consortium and the Forevers?
Prospecting and Setting Appointments Made Easy
by Barry Andruschak
"Barry's book will help anyone improve their prospecting and appointment setting which are keys to a successful sales career," says Hector LaMarque, Senior National Sales Director, Primerica. Do you need to find people and set appointments to be successful in sales, relationships and life? Are you stuck? This book will get you going - prospecting and setting appointments with confidence.
A Life of Flight: One Pilot's Story, from Piper Cubs to 747s and Beyond
by Bob Gartshore
Pilot Bob Gartshore’s 42-year flying career spanned a period of rapid aviation development - from fabric-covered Piper Cubs with a little 65-hp engine to Boeing 747s with four engines developing some 240,000 pounds of thrust. He logged over 21,000 hours in the cockpit, flying to six continents - freight, charter and scheduled runs - for the RCAF, CPA, Wardair, and Canadian Airlines.
Storm Rising: A Movie Treatment
by Vernon B. Brooks
STORM RISING is a movie treatment proposing the Beverley Shenstone story as the basis for a dramatic historical film or made-for-TV mini-series. In the style of box office blockbuster The Imitation Game, STORM RISING reveals the true story of espionage and aeronautical design that led to the Spitfire fighter plane being superior to the German fighters, helping win the Battle of Britain.
The Courage to Look Back: Keep On Keeping On
by Caroline Whitehead
The Courage to Look Back is the sequel to The Boys of St. Mary's (published in 2015). Many stories in this book flow from decisions by the Catholic System and the British Government in 1952/53 to migrate young children from Orphanages and Homes to provide child labour and increase the population of Commonwealth countries. The KOKO old boys network was started in 1988 by Delvin John Flynn.
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