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Lies in Progress
A pregnant teenager, rejected by her parents and sought by police throughout the world, is hidden and cared for by friends. Foreseeing her murder, she prays only that her child survive and, someday, knows how much she loved him. But the girl has unknown allies: a priest who delights in classical study; a congressional aide so skillful he's nicknamed "The Lord"; and an English outlaw on his final, most dangerous mission: to rescue his sister, safeguard America from the awesome weapon CATACLYSM--and gain redemption.
Having characters of dimension and intelligence, this novel is a moral and political odyssey of our time, destined to be shared and remembered.
This book is available in both print ($9.95) and E-book ($4.95) editions. Links to the sales pages for the Kindle and Nook and the book's first chapters are at the author's website:
The book is also available in the iBook store for the iPad and iPod.
A Jewish psychiatrist, haunted by guilt and recurring nightmares of the electric chair, dedicates his life to healing the poor--before being accused of murdering women across America. Confronting certain execution, he prays for the first time: that his lover remains with him until his death. But the doctor has other allies: a lawyer seeking public sympathy; a retired presidential adviser to educate him on power and corruption; and a fallen minister who believes him Christlike, even,at times, the long awaited Messiah.This rich, complex novel, bursting with characterizations of the successful yet lost, celebrates the power of love and redemption, and search for enduring values.
This book is available in both print ($9.95) and E-book ($5.95) editions. Links to the sales pages for the Kindle and the Nook, and the book's first chapters are at the author's website: www.drstanleygoldstein.com
This book is also available in the iBook store for the iPad and the iPod.
Mental Health In A Minute:
One-Hundred-and-One, One Minute Lessons To Improve Your Life
Dr. Stanley Goldstein
In one-hundred, one and two page lessons, Dr. Stanley Goldstein provides the latest psychological information on parenting, daily living, work, crime, and public affairs to increase your effectiveness as a parent, worker, and citizen.
He explores such wide-ranging matters as “Those Frightening Autism Rates,” “Why Criticizing A Child For Crying Is Unhelpful,” “The Complex Nature Of School Bullying,” “Why Normal People Make Illogical Decisions,” “Stage Fright,” “The Powerful Dracula Fable,” “The Two Crucial Behavioral Skills,” “Reducing The Psychological Distress Caused By Unemployment,” “Military Leadership And Organizational Success,” and many others.
One-hundred, one minute lessons to reduce your anxiety since it is the unexplained which makes the world frightening.
This book is available only as an E-book ($2.99). It is available in the iBook store for the iPad and iPod, and links to the sales pages for the Kindle and the Nook, and the book's first chapters, are at the author's website: www.drstanleygoldstein.com
The Unintended contains two short stories: "Rage," in which a psychiatrist's advice leads to unintended consequences; and "Back to Basics," in which a prominent literary agent meets a mysterious author.
This E-book is free and is currently available only in the iBook store for the iPad and iPod.
Through Children's Minds: The Marketing and Creation of Children's Products
by Stanley Goldstein, Ph.D.
The Table of Contents, Author's Note, and Foreword to
Through Children's Minds is posted as a pdf at Dr. Goldstein's website:
Available: Print - October, 2013 - $15.99
In recent decades, few markets have increased so dramatically as that of children and few are as important. Successful products can foster a lifetime of brand loyalty while a failed product or marketing campaign can cause a lifetime of rejection. Yet some companies, not realizing the unique psychology of children, create products or market them to children based on faulty ideas, later wondering why they were unsuccessful despite great effort and financial investment.
The minds of children differ profoundly from those of adults and to successfully market and create children’s products requires knowledge of these differences. Though children’s behavior can seem quirky and inexplicable, it possesses an inherent logic which can be understood by adults and is described in this book.
Through Children’s Minds provides sophisticated information about the children’s marketplace, marketing and creating children’s products, and what children like–and dislike–in television and other media.
Dr. Stanley Goldstein is an author and psychologist who has appeared on national broadcasts including The Larry King Show and CourtTV.