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Bay Tree Publishing

A small, independent publisher, Bay Tree produces four to six books a year and also offers a full range of services to authors who are interested in self-publishing and co-publishing options.

The publisher, David Cole, has spent more than thirty years immersed in the book publishing business. An author as well as a publisher, he understands the concerns and expectations that writers bring to the publishing experience. Above all, he has a passion for books, language, the written word, and the process of communication that bridges author and reader.

Bay Tree is open to all subjects, but its primary focus is on trade nonfiction titles in:

  • psychology and health
  • current affairs
  • memoirs and autobiographical works

New & Recent

  • Healing Pain front coverHealing Pain and Injury

    by Maud Nerman

    In Healing Pain and Injury, osteopathic physician Dr. Maud Nerman provides a revolutionary approach to understanding and treating pain and injury. Rejecting the view that the patient is a collection of symptoms to be dissected, she illustrates how problems in one area or system of the body can reverberate in a distant system or structure.

  • Bay Tree Publishing - Undue Influence - Patrick O'Reilly - Phyllis RosenUndue Influence: Cons, Scams and Mind Control

    by Patrick O'Reilly
    and Phyllis Rosen

    Undue Influence: Cons, Scams and Mind Control identifies the tools and techniques con artists use and the vulnerabilities they look for in victims. Internet scams, Ponzi schemes, real estate rip-offs, weird cults, fortune-telling cons—it’s hard to read the news without finding another example of a successful con artist at work. As the number of cons (and victims) grows, the term undue influence is gaining widespread use.

  • Bay Tree Publishing - Invisible Energy, David Goldstein Ph.D.Invisible Energy—Strategies to Rescue the Economy and Save the Planet

    by David B. Goldstein, Ph.D.
    Foreword by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

    Offering effective tools for addressing the dual crises of climate change and the economy, Invisible Energy demonstrates the huge potential benefits of implementing energy efficiency technology and policies. This book shows how the two major challenges of our time are related, how market failures actually restrict competition, and how they impede the development of energy efficient products. Moreover, because no single trade association benefits from advocating for efficiency, the “hidden energy” of efficient use is a forgotten resource both in comparison to green energy as well as polluting sources. This book shows how thoughtful policies, smart regulations, and new technologies can support a drastic reduction in greenhouse gas emissions while at the same time fostering greater economic growth, not less.

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