Nonfiction

Michael J. Totten

Award-Winning Author and Journalist Michael J. Totten Joins Lucky Bat Books

Welcome, Michael J. Totten! The team at Lucky Bat Books is thrilled to announce that editor, book marketer, journalist and writer Michael Totten is onboard as managing editor. He’s working with fiction and nonfiction writers, putting his prodigious talents and skills to use in today’s publishing world.  His writing has appeared in major publications, including …

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Girlfriend-Boyfriend by William O'Donohue and Joshua Medjuck

Girlfriend/Boyfriend: How to Calm the Nerves without Drinking to Excess

by William O’Donohue & Joshua Medjuck. Have you ever felt nervous talking to that special someone, not knowing what to say or do? Have you ever used alcohol to help you relax and feel less self-conscious around someone you are attracted to? If this sounds familiar, then you can benefit from this fun, interactive book. …

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Shane Borrowman, Lucky Bat Books Managing Editor

Welcome, Shane Borrowman

This week we are welcoming Shane Borrowman, editor, writer, and educator, to our stellar team of Lucky Bat Books managing editors. You’ll find Shane doing both developmental editing and copy-editing for a wide range of books, from one of his non-fiction loves−creative nonfiction−to suspense, genre, and literary novels, in short formats and full novel length. …

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Never Not Broken by Yvette Cantu Schneider

Never Not Broken released in Print!

In Yvette Cantu Schneider’s searing memoir, she descends into the abyss of her own psyche after her young daughter’s leukemia diagnosis. Desperate for relief from ceaseless panic, she sees a psychotherapist who introduces her to guided imagery meditation to heal trauma.

The Homeowner Blueprint by Anthony Biagi

Anthony Biagi

The Homeowner Blueprint: Navigating the Real Estate Storm When the housing market began to collapse in late 2007 many, including professional investors, were unprepared for exactly what that would mean in terms of personal and investment properties. Home values quickly devalued, mortgage rates adjusted, millions were suddenly unemployed, and houses went into foreclosure at a …

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