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The Non Fiction Authors Association will host a teleseminar with Teleseminar with Cardinal Publishers Group founder and president, Tom Doherty where he will speak on the topic, How to Work with Book Distributors and Get Your Book in Retail Stores. Cardinal Publishers...read more
Every year there are 3 million visitors that make the journey to the tiny island of Key West. There they can forget about the day-to-day busyness and finally relax breathing in the fresh ocean air, taste the salt on their lips, and enjoy the splendor of palm trees,...read more
Brazil: What to Watch for on TV—How Messi, Neymar, Kroos, and Others Play By Shane Stay, author of bestselling book, THE World Cup 2018 Book Based on Rivaldo’s notorious flop near the corner flag in the 2002 World Cup, Brazil might forever be worthy of the “Top Flop...read more
Stretching is an important part of life. Doing it regularly keeps us flexible and agile. For this Fit and Fab segment, we want to present to you a book that will help you reach your stretching goals. Here you will find out how you can stretch your way to better...read more
In this Fit and Fab segment we are talking about journaling. Keeping a journal of any kind helps us track the day and remember (hopefully with fondness) the events of that day. The following are two ways to track your fitness and running progress. One is with a...read more
In this Fit and Fab section, be inspired by function fitness expert, Lamar Lowery. he discusses the fact that our ancestors didn't have gyms, computers, or machines - they had functional fitness. He’s penned Functional Fitness and co-authored Functional Fitness at...read more
We wanted to take the opportunity in honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. on this day. Below are a few words from the author of All About Martin Luther King, Jr., Todd Outcalt. It was a couple of years ago when publisher, Tom Doherty, invited me to contribute...read more
Fascia is a building network in our body that gives us support, structure, and form. Train Your Fascia Tone Your Body, offers you the successful method to form firm connective tissue. Loaded with illustrated and detailed full-body workouts, this book presents toning...read more
Oh how we don't want to pack on the pounds or mistreat our bodies during the holidays, but there are so many goodies put in front of us. Mark Saunders, writer and 11 year cancer survivor and co-author of Prostate Cancer offers good advice on how to have a healthy...read more
Thanks to new blood and urine biomarkers and improvements in MRI imaging, diagnosing prostate cancer has become easier and more accurate than ever before. For most men, however, detecting prostate cancer still begins with a digital rectal exam and a PSA blood test. If...read more
Cardinal Publishers Group is now distributing L&L Pardey Publications, publishers of nautical books about cruising adventures, designing sailboats, crossing oceans, surviving storms, and voyaging with children. “I have been an avid reader of the Pardeys’ sailing...read more
“If one wishes for good health, one must first ask oneself if he is ready to do away with the reasons for his illness. Only then is it possible to help him.” — Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine (460-375 bce) The four areas of prevention discussed in this...read more