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Full Service National Book Distributor

Servicing Independent Book Publishers

Sales, Fulfillment, Warehousing, Billing & Collection

Customer Service, E-Book Conversion, and Metadata Management

Since 2000 it has been our mission to help our independent presses bridge the gap between content and reader.

If you are an independent book publisher looking for a national distributor click on the About Us tab above to learn more about Cardinal Publishers Group. If you are here to browse our client publishers’ books, thank you for you visiting CPG.

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Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

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...

Understanding Fascia’s Role in Your Body

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...

How to Have a Healthy Holiday

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...

Diagnosing Prostate Cancer

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...

Prostate Cancer Prevention, Part II

“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...

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