Fall 2000 Hardcover List
Edited by Laurele Riippa
Compiled by Lynn Andriani, Dena Croog, Robert Dahlin, Cindi DiMarzo, Charles Hix, Karole Riippa, and Bella Stander
Self-Help & Recovery
The Listening Hand: Self-Healing Through The Rubenfeld Synergy Method of Talk and Touch (Sept., $25.95) by Ilana Rubenfeld explains how to access lifelong feelings and experiences stored in the body in order to heal both physically and emotionally. Ad/promo. Author publicity. One Spirit Book Club main. Behavioral Science, Nurse's Book Club and QPB alternates.
BLUE MOUNTAIN ARTS
These Are the Gifts I'd Like to Give to You (Sept., $16.95) by Douglas Pagels offers whimsical and optimistic messages to bring serenity to people's lives. 150,000 first printing.
If Success Is a Game, These Are the Rules: Ten Rules for a Fulfilling Life (Dec., $17.50) by Cherie Carter-Scott is for success at work. Ad/promo. 20-city TV satellite tour. 22-city radio satellite tour.
Life Makeovers: A Practical and Inspiring Way to Improve Your Life One Week at a Time (Dec., $12) by Cheryl Richardson is by the author of Take Time for Your Life. Ad/promo.
50 Ways to Create Great Relationships (Oct., $18.99) by Steve Chandler encourages creativity and a deeper consciousness for more satisfying relationships.
10 Good Choices That Empower Black Women's Lives (Nov., $21) by Grace Cornish teaches black women to break free from negative habits. Ad/promo. 6-city author tour.
The Love They Lost: Living with the Legacy of Our Parents' Divorce (Sept., $23.95) by Stephanie Staal examines the impact of divorce on children. Ad/promo. Author publicity.
Help Yourself: Celebrating the Rewards of Resilience and Gratitude (Oct., $21.95) by Dave Pelzer explains how to move beyond painful history, negative thoughts and unexpected setbacks. Author tour.
F&W/WALKING STICK PRESS
Things That Tick Me Off (Nov., $14.99) by Joan Mazza helps people to vent their frustrations and explore emotional causes and effects. Advertising.
What Really Matters to Me (Nov., $14.99) by Robyn Conley-Weaver. Shed unnecessary stress by determining what is really important. Advertising.
GREENWOOD/BERGIN & GARVEY
(dist. by NBN)
Parenthood Lost: Healing the Pain After Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant Death (Nov., $24.95) by Michael R. Berman, M.D., helps parents deal with their grief.
HAMPTON ROADS PUBLISHING
Dreaming While Awake: Techniques for 24-Hour Lucid Dreaming (Oct., $22.95) by Arnold Mindell redefines dreaming from the context of quantum physics, Western psychology and mystical tradition.
Rules for Aging: Resist Normal Impulses, Live Longer, Attain Perfection (Oct., $18) by Roger Rosenblatt provides wit and wisdom for growing old but staying young.
Practical Miracles for Mars and Venus: Eight Principles for Lasting Love, Increasing Success, and Vibrant Health in the 21st Century (Oct., $24) by John Gray provides a compass for improving communication in friendships, child-parent and love relationships. 300,000 first printing. Advertising. Author publicity.
Marry Me!: Three Professional Men Reveal How to Get Mr. Right to Pop the Question (Oct., $22.95) by Bradley Gerstman, Christopher Pizzo and Richard Seldes, M.D. 100,000 first printing. Author publicity.
Successful, Satisfied, and Sane: Redefine Your Life, Clarify Your Goals, Be the Person You Want to Be (Jan., $24) by Lucinda Bassett asserts that we already have everything we need to "strike it rich." 75,000 first printing.
Meditations (Feb., $TBA) by Sylvia Browne aims to relax and enable readers to see the divine nature within.
MOUNTAIN MOVERS PRESS
Life Lessons and Reflections (Oct., $TBA) by Montel Williams shares knowledge gleaned over the years. 100,000 first printing. Ad/promo. Royalties to go to multiple sclerosis research.
Conversation: How Talk Can Change Our Lives (Sept., $14) by Theodore Zeldin explores the art and history of conversation and how it can be the key to a happier future. $30,000 ad/promo. Author tour.
After the Darkest Hour: How Suffering Begins the Journey to Wisdom (Sept., $23) by Kathleen Brehony interviews those who have turned pain and suffering into opportunities for growth and renewal. Author tour.
What Do You Want to Do When You Grow Up: Starting the Next Chapters of Your Life (Jan., $22.95) by Dorothy Cantor with Andrea Thompson gives support to people who are changing direction and careers in midlife. Ad/promo. 5-city author tour.
Take Control: Master the Art of Self-Discipline and Change Your Life Forever (Oct., $19.95) by Michael Anthony Janke. A former Navy SEAL combines Eastern philosophy and exercise with combat discipline and awareness.
Wake-Up Calls: Making the Most Out of Every Day (Regardless of What Life Throws You) (Oct., $19.95) by Joan Lunden offers advice from the TV host and bestselling author. Advertising.
The Disease to Please: Curing the People-Pleasing Syndrome (Jan., $21.95) by Harriet Braiker helps to break the habit of always putting others first.
NEW WORLD LIBRARY
Developing Intuition (Sept., $16) by Shakti Gawain explains how readers can tap into their own inner knowledge. Advertising. 6-city author tour. 25-city radio satellite tour.
Living on Purpose: Straight Answers to Life's Deepest Questions (Sept., $14) by Dan Millman applies timeless principles to pressing questions. 50,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo. 6-city author tour. 25-city radio satellite tour.
Photolanguage: How Photos Reveal the Fascinating Stories of Our Lives and Relationships (Sept., $29.95) by Robert U. Akeret explains how to interpret hidden meaning in photographs.
How to Be a People Magnet (Oct., $22.95) by Leil Lowndes describes how to attract interesting and engaging people.
The Enduring Heart: Spirituality for the Long Haul (Nov., $16.95) by Wilkie Au provides a map for those traveling the road of middle age.
The Art of Growing Up: Simple Ways to Be Yourself at Last (Oct., $16) by Veronique Vienne focuses on how to feel young while appreciating the wisdom and confidence acquired with age. Ad/promo.
Everything You Know About Love and Sex Is Wrong: Twenty-Five Relationship Myths Redefined to Achieve Happiness and Fulfillment in Your Intimate Life (Oct., $23.95) by Pepper Schwartz. Ad/promo. Radio satellite tour.
The Zen of Listening: Mindful Communication in the Age of Distraction (Oct., $23.95) by Rebecca Shafir teaches readers effective listening skills to improve relationships, attention span and negotiating skills. $10,000 ad/promo.
A Short Guide to a Happy Life (Oct., $19.95) by Anna Quindlen reflects on what it takes to "get a life." Ad/promo. Author tour.
FLEMING H. REVELL
Thanks for the Mammogram!: Fighting Cancer with Faith, Hope, and a Healthy Dose of Laughter (Oct., $12.99) by Laura Jensen Walker is from a personal perspective.
The Nature of Music: Beauty, Sound, and Healing (Nov., $23.95) by Maureen McCarthy Draper advocates listening to music to intensify life and to heal bodies and souls.
I Feel Great and You Will Too! (Oct., $24.95) by Pat Croce traces one man's journey to achieving his wildest dreams. Advertising. 20-city author tour.
Holiday Blues (Nov., $17.95) by Herb Rappaport offers advice on how to survive the holidays.
A Man's Journey to Simple Abundance (Nov., $22) by Sarah Ban Breathnach and Friends offers a road map for men in search of their authentic self.
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Start Somethin': Every Kid Can Make a Difference (Oct., $17) by Earl Woods and the Tiger Woods Foundation aims to empower kids to make a difference in the world and in themselves. Ad/promo.
What Matters Most: The Power of Living Your Values (Oct., $25) by Hyrum W. Smith offers a guide for prioritizing time to meet one's values. Ad/promo. Author publicity. 20-city TV/radio satellite tour.
Fuzzy Red Bathrobe (Sept., $12.95) by Emily and Carol Lynn Pearson aims to bridge the gap between mother and daughters.
Zen Meditations on Being a Friend (Oct., $15) by Richard Craze concentrates on the ways friendship enriches lives; includes meditation music CD.
Love at First Sight (Jan., $18.95) by Earl Naumann examines the human phenomenon. 30,000 first printing. Ad/promo.
TALK MIRAMAX BOOKS
Surrendering to Marriage: Husbands, Wives, and Other Imperfections (Jan., $22.95) by Iris Krasnow asserts that problems with partners are not a reason to quit but rather to keep on going. Ad/promo. 20-city radio satellite tour.
God Is No Laughing Matter (Sept., $19.95) by Julia Cameron delivers spiritual straight talk to help readers refocus their spiritual experience.
Fighting for Your Empty Nest Marriage: Reinventing Your Relationship When the Kids Leave Home (Oct., $25) by Claudia S. and David H. Arp Jr. and Howard J. Markman, Scott Stanley and Susan L. Blumberg, the original developers of Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program (PREP).
Why Do Fools Fall in Love: Understanding the Magic, Mystery, and Meaning of Successful Relationships (Feb., $19.95) by Howard Markman and Janice Levine calls on 30 marriage and family experts who explain the chemistry of long-lasting relationships. 25,000 first printing. $30,000 ad/promo.
How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less (Oct., $14.95) by Nicholas Boothman teaches the secrets of body language, conversation openers, synchrony and sensory preferences. 75,000 first printing. 20-city author tour. Radio satellite tour.
The Best Dive Sites of the World (Sept., $59.95), edited by Egidio Trainito, features 50 sites including crucial data and three-dimensional maps.
Super Bowl Sunday: The Day America Stops (Oct., $19.95), edited by Matt Fulks, offers firsthand accounts from players, coaches, broadcasters and fans. 20,000 first printing.
Golfers (Nov., $27.95) by Dick Durrance II reflects people, places and particulars that make golf such a passion for so many. 50,000 first printing.
Be the Ball: A Golf Instruction Book for the Mind (Dec., $14.95) by Charlie Jones and Kim Doren. Both professional and amateur golfers explain how to achieve a higher state of control over their game. 25,000 first printing.
The 500 World's Greatest Golf Holes (Nov., $60) by George Peper and Golf Magazine editors is illustrated with more than 800 photos and schematics.
The River Behind the Hill (Sept., $49.95) by Philip Weigall offers a pictorial tribute to fly-fishing in Australia.
The Way of Golf: Reconnecting with the Spirit of the Game (Sept., $20) by Robert Brown offers meditations on the core values of golf.
The Women's Game: Great Champions in Women's Sports (Oct., $19.95) by Dick Wimmer highlights great moments and great champions.
Mavericks: The Story of Big-Wave Surfing (Oct., $24.95) by Matt Warshaw looks at big-wave surfing's history and an account of a 60-foot wave called Maverick.
Mindgames: Phil Jackson's Strange Journey (Nov., $23.95) by Roland Lazenby looks at one of basketball's great practitioners.
The Complete Hunter: Elk Hunting (Sept., $21.95) by Jim Zumbo includes planning a trip, selecting equipment and mastering hunting techniques.
The Life You Imagine (Sept., $21.95) by Derek Jeter. The Yankee shortstop offers an inspiring book to help young fans achieve their goals. Ad/promo.
I'm Next: The Strange Journey of America's Unlikely Superhero (Nov., $25) by Goldberg with Steve Goldberg. The star of World Championship Wrestling tells how he went from being a washed-up pro football player to wrestling hero. Ad/promo. 6-city author tour.
THE DERRYDALE PRESS
Speed and the Thoroughbred: How the Racehorse Got Its Speed (Oct., $50) by Alexander Mackay-Smith identifies and historically traces the three sources of Thoroughbred speed.
A Tomato Can Chronicle: And Other Stories of Fishing and Shooting (Nov., $24.95) by Edmund Ware Smith. This classic is for sportsmen of both the outdoor and armchair variety.
The Million-to-One Team: Why the Chicago Cubs Haven't Won a Pennant Since 1945 (Sept., $29.95) by George Castle looks at the factors and fate that have kept the Cubs from the big prize.
Heartstoppers and Hail Marys: 100 of the Greatest College Football Finishes (1970-1999) (Sept., $39.95) by Ted Mandell collects the greatest comeback finishes; includes audio CD.
Major League Baseball's Best Shots (Sept., $30) presents more than 100 photos of players, stadiums and fans. Advertising.
The Ultimate WCW (Sept., $19.95) tells the story of the World Champion Wrestlers, their history, training and victories. Advertising.
DOWN EAST BOOKS
Bush Pilot Angler (Sept., $30) by Lee Wulff covers pioneering by float plane of the salmon and brook trout fisheries on the coast of Newfoundland from 1948-1954.
(dist. by IPG)
Great Horse Racing Mysteries: True Tales from the Track (Sept., $TBA) by John McEvoy chronicles unsolved mysteries from the racing world.
Seattle Slew (Oct., $24.95) by Dan Mearns. The fifth volume in the Thoroughbred Legends series looks at the Triple Crown-winning horse.
Bragging Rights: A Season Inside the SEC, College Football's Toughest Conference (Oct., $21.95) by Richard Ernsberger follows the progress of a few key players and coaches in the Southeast Conference over the last year.
Sports: The Complete Visual Reference (Oct., $39.95), edited by Francois Fortin, is a compendium of the history, rules and strategies for more than 125 sports. 100,000 first printing. $100,000 ad/promo. BOMC and QPB selections.
Hockey All-Stars: The NHL Honor Roll (Oct., $40) by Chris McDonnell is a visual and statistical record of hockey's greatest players. 30,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo.
The Head Game: Baseball Seen from the Pitcher's Mound (Sept., $25) by Roger Kahn is an account of the evolution of pitching by a celebrated chronicler. 60,000 first printing. Advertising. Author tour.
Amistad Pictorial History of the African-American Athlete, Vol. 1: 1880-1945 and Amistad Pictorial History of the African-American Athlete, Vol. 2: 1946-Present (Jan., $75 each) by Francis C. Harris and Charles F. Harris feature the accomplishments of African-American athletes over 100 years of history.
Manning: A Father, His Sons, and a Football Legacy (Sept., $24) by Peyton and Archie Manning with John Underwood recounts the story of the father and son of one of America's premiere football families. 125,000 first printing. Ad/promo. 15-city TV satellite tour.
Going, Going, Gone (Sept., $40), edited by Brian Silverman. Legends from on and off the field recall the life and times of the home run. 35,000 first printing.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV. PRESS
College Football: History, Spectacle, Controversy (Oct., $34.95) by John Sayle looks at the lucrative, semiprofessional enterprise it has become today.
KEY PORTER BOOKS
(dist. by Firefly)
Curling: The History, the Players, the Game (Oct., $29.95) by Warren Hansen explores the history, events and players of this Olympic ice game.
The Last Amateurs: Playing for the Glory and Honor in Division I College Basketball (Nov., $24.95) by John Feinstein. The author of A Good Walk Spoiled looks at college basketball--when it is played for the love of the sport. Advertising. 6-city author tour. TV/radio satellite tours.
Seven Summits: The Quest to Reach the Highest Point on Every Continent (Sept., $40), edited by Steve Bell, conveys the pain, the ecstasy and the tragedy involved in realizing the dream of standing atop all the continents of the world.
Doctor on Everest: Emergency Medicine at the Top of the World--a Personal Account of the 1996 Disaster (Nov., $27.95) by Kenneth Kamler, M.D., includes a new, firsthand account of the events described in Into Thin Air. 75,000 first printing.
Good Flies: Favorite Trout Patterns and How They Got That Way (Nov., $22.95) by John Gierach offers practical and amusing observations on flies and fly tying. 50,000 first printing.
MCCLELLAND & sTEWART
Century of Hockey (Sept., $24.95), edited by Steve Dryden, is a tribute to 20th-century hockey.
Karsten's Way (Sept., $14.99) by Tracy Sumner is a biography of Karsten Solheim, inventor of the PING golf club.
The Final Season: My Last Year as Head Coach in the NFL (Oct., $25) by Bill Parcells with Will McDonough. Parcells reflects on his career and provides an inside look at his tumultuous last season coaching the New York Jets. 150,000 first printing. Ad/promo. 15-city TV satellite tour.
Flashing Before My Eyes (Jan., $24) by Dick Schaap. The sports journalist reveals his experiences "down on the field." 75,000 first printing.
THE MOUNTAINEERS BOOKS
Stone Palaces (Sept., $22.95) by Geof Childs. Stories convey the "select disquiet" that comes from seeking adventure in the mountains and in life.
History of the Great Mountaineering Adventures (Nov., $48) by Stefano Ardito acknowledges the biggest names and the highest peaks from the time of the ancient Greeks to the present.
Voices from the Summit (Nov., $30), edited by Bernadette MacDonald and John Amatt. Thirty-two mountain-climbing icons discuss 11 topics crucial to their sport.
Kings of the Ice Hockey--20th Century (Sept., $148.95) by Pavel Barta, Jan Bengtsson, Ales Brezina, et al., includes personal stories of top players, 1,100 photos and more. $150,000 ad/promo.
NORTHEASTERN UNIV. PRESS
A Century of Boston Sports (Oct., $29.95) by Richard A. Johnson highlights Boston's rich sports heritage.
The Angler's Life: Collecting and Traditions (Oct., $50) by Laurence Sheehan with Carol Sama Sheehan and Kathryn George Precourt celebrates the pleasures and romantic lure of fishing. Ad/promo.
PRINCETON UNIV. PRESS
The Game of Life: College Sports and Educational Values (Jan., $27.95) by James L. Shulman and William G. Bowen considers the influence of collegiate athletics on campus ethos, educational policies and the core mission of higher education.
Hawk: Occupation: Skateboarder (Sept., $23) by Tony Hawk with Sean Mortimer. Skateboarding's grand master shares the trials and tribulations that helped make him a superstar. 75,000 first printing. Author publicity.
WrestleMania: The Official Insider's History (Nov., $49.95) by Basil V. DeVito Jr. with J Layden covers the event from the first tag team match to 2000's Wrestlemania XVI;includes DVD with highlights of all 15 events.150,000 first printing. Ad/promo.
And the Fans Roared (Oct., $49.95) by J Garner, narrated by Bob Costas. A book and two CDs contain actual announcer's calls from memorable sporting events. 500,000 first printing.
Selling Fish: Stories from a Fishing Life (Sept., $19.95) by J.H. Hall gathers stories that reflect on people and what fishing reveals about relationships.
Total Hockey: Second Edition (Oct., $54.95), edited by Dan Diamond, et al., catalogs information including a complete register of more than 5,200 NHL players.
The Life of Reilly (Nov., $22.95) by Rick Reilly gathers work from Sports Illustrated's "Life of Reilly" column.
No More Bad Shots (Jan., $24.95) by Hank Haney offers ways to avoid round-ruining golf shots.
Resistance Free Training (Nov., $29.95) by Richard Shrake. The founder of the Resistance Free method of horse training and riding discusses techniques.
Southern Fried Football: The History, Passion and Glory of the Great Southern Game (Sept., $24.95) by Tony Barnhart celebrates the people, places and moments that make college football in the South more than just a game.
UNIV. OF ALABAMA PRESS
The Crimson Tide: An Illustrated History of Football at The University of Alabama (Sept., $39.95) by Winston Groom is a history of the team that has dominated Southern college football. Advertising. Author tour.
UNIV. OF MICHIGAN PRESS
Intercollegiate Athletics and the American University: A University President's Perspective (Sept., $29.95) by James J. Duderstadt argues for de-emphasizing college athletics, realigning to the educational mission.
UNIV. PRESS OF FLORIDA
Splendor on the Diamond: Interviews with 35 Stars of Baseball's Past (Sept., $24.95) by Rich Westcott collects interviews and personal profiles.
The Boxer's Heart: Sex, Weight, Fear, and the Ring (Sept., $22.95) by Kate Sekules. A journalist chronicles her life-changing love affair with boxing, from her initial aversion to her first professional fight. Author publicity.
Classic Fishing Lures and Tackle: An Entertaining History of Collectible Fishing Gear (Nov., $29.95) by Eric L. Sorenson, photos by Howard Lambert, surveys the development and marketing of collectible fishing gear.
Counting Coup: A True Story of Basketball and Honor on the Little Big Horn (Sept., $24.95) by Larry Colton follows a girls' high school basketball team that carries the dreams of a Native American tribe on its shoulders. Ad/promo. Author tour.
YALE UNIV. PRESS
Yankee Doodle Dandy: The Life and Times of Tod Sloan (Oct., $22.50) by John Dizikes is the story of the Indiana boy who become a famous jockey in the U.S. and Great Britain at the turn of the century.