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Christian de Vartavan (Consultant Editor)
The impact of blockchain technology on the world is forecast to be exponential during the next decade.
Blockchain Impact! is a book written by CEOs for CEOs.
Seventeen of them have contributed to the book, all successful in the blockchain space. Three of them, including the chief editor – Christian de Vartavan – have been named ‘Blockchain Influencer 2021’, whereas the latter has won a UK Parliament blockchain competition for his company in the media category.
It is hence a high-level practical introduction for senior executives and decision-makers who wish to understand how blockchain can boost their company’s returns, but also anyone who wishes to follow the leap developments of this disruptive technology.
Blockchain Impact! is also essential to business management schools (MBAs) as well as universities in view of the wide range of expertises expressed, ranging from Fintech to publishing, or blockchain innovation including satellite management.
Finally, it is the first printed book put on the blockchain, with its contents hashed to protect its IP. It is hence a piece of technology history and part of the history of publishing.
Paperback. 215 pages. 23.2 x 15.2 cm. ISBN 978-1-913984-00-7
ORDER EBOOK (PDF) – £ 9.99 (ISBN 978-1-913984-14-4)
Underdogs & Newshounds
(A World Odyssey)
by Chris Skudder
Chris Skudder is one of the most travelled and experienced sports correspondents in British broadcasting. He’s covered the last seven football World Cups, five Olympic Games and interviewed some of the biggest names in
sport during a career spanning more than 35 years. Including 25 with Sky News and Sky Sports News where he became a familiar face on television screens in Britain, Ireland and numerous countries around the world. He is the first person
to commit the words ‘Sky Sports’ to tape, when the idea of a dedicated sports channel was first mooted. Now independent, he works for ITV News among others and ‘Underdogs and Newshounds’ is his first book, reflecting his adventures on the football pitches of the world…
Paperback. 260 pages with b&w photos. 19.7 x 13.2 cm. ISBN 978-1-913984-09-0.
Soon available to order.
The Dilly Dong Bell
“Rarely has a sports book had a seemingly more esoteric title than Lee Wellings’ The Dilly Dong Bell, but then fewer books have hit the nail of the true value and social significance of sport so well and truly on the head and personalised it so perfectly [Chris Green Media]”
by Lee Wellings
The power of sport, the magic. Six years-old, mesmerised.
Forty years later, witness to a miracle, inspired by the body of a fallen King, a humble Italian and a little bell.
Do you believe in magic?
Across the globe, Lee Wellings shows how sport reflects life. And looks deeper to reveal how it lost its way. Doping, corruption, cheating. The business it became. When the world stopped, sport got cancelled. But by then the damage was already done.
The Dilly Dong Bell brings us stories of identity, hierarchy, race, community, redemption, mortality, belief. Life. It’s all there – in sport – if you know where to look. If you listen to the sound of the bell.
Ebook (PDF). 256 pages. ISBN 978-1-913984-15-1. ORDER £ 5.50 / Euros 6.5 / USD 6.9
Report on Egypt 1823-1838 under the reign of Muhammad Ali
by John Bowring
Sir John Bowring was born on October 17, 1792, in Exeter. Member of a very old Devonshire family, he acquired very young in his native city’s merchant house the foundations of his extraordinary linguistic abilities – he spoke 40 languages, could handle 80 – which would follow him throughout his life as an author and diplomat. Bowring’s detailed investigations in the land of the Pharaohs was originally published as “Report on Egypt and Candia” in 1840. The present book presents the extensive information reported on Egypt, as the chapters on Crete would require another volume. The Egyptian part is a remarkable compendium of economic and social data on Egypt in the early years of its industrialisation and under the reign of its modern founder, vice-roy Muhammad Ali.
Paperback. 572 pages with tables and index. ISBN 978-1-913984-12-0
Edited by Kerensa Jennings
Poems of the Blood Lions
The Blood Lions are a dynasty who have stalked through time, as princes, tobacco traders, knights, engineers and archaeologist. They have changed history across continents, reaching Brazil, Egypt, Japan, Greece, the UK and beyond.
But their cradle is Armenia, and it is from this mountainous homeland that centuries of scions have left their mark on literature. As curators and writers, the Blood Lions have gathered an extraordinary collection of poetry tracing life, death and the bittersweet moments that define us.
ee Cummings, Shakespeare, Raffi, Levon, Terian, Rilke, Verlaine, Neruda, Whitman, Poe and Angelou all feature, among many others, in this remarkable anthology.
“Their song vibrates
Through the voice of the wood
Beats in the heart of each leaf
Their chords sing deep
In the dark of the sea
Roars in the eye of each wave
by Kerensa Jennings
Dreams are as old as time… they take us to other worlds and other realities. They’ve always been one step removed – safely buried in our sleeping selves. Until now. So what if you could step into your own dreams… would you?
Dr Thomas has been studying dreams since she was a little girl, fascinated not just by the neuroscience but the stories from ancient times, spanning cultures and religions from Native Americans and Aborigines to Buddhists and Hindus. She is convinced there must be a way we can use dreams to heal. And she begins to realise she is right.
5-star bestselling author of Seas of Snow, Kerensa Jennings, brings us another gripping page turner, where darkness threatens to swallow the light.
NB: Order Seas of Snow and get a personalized card from the author (limited number).
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