This book shows those in nursing leadership and management how to understand what is occurring on the unit and at the bedside by listening to the professionals and patients involved. An educational book filled with valuable anecdotes. Edited by John Nelander/ Palm Beach Editorial Services September 2010.Click here to order.
Helen Bernstein-Fealy has the uncanny ability to uncover the stranger-than-fiction truth about life in one of the world's most famous winter retreats. In this book, she turns her wit and humor on high society relationships, the celebrity scene and politics. Published November 2013. Click here to order.
Good Time Charlie is the fascinating story of Charles Klotsche, a world traveler and Palm Beacher who grew up in a prominent Milwaukee family. "The book covers my seventy-five years to date, but as they say in football, it's the fourth-quarter that counts," he says. Edited by John Nelander/ Palm Beach Editorial Services April 1, 2015. Click here to order.
The third book in Palm Beach writer Judy Schrafft's travel trilogy, "Visa Required" follows her previous "Places" and "Other Places" with articles and reports of strange and exotic worldwide travel and exploration.
From scuba diving in far-flung Indian and Pacific Ocean locales to digging dinosaurs in Mongolia and moai on Easter lsland, to scavenging ancient Middle East ruins, few tropical areas have not been visited by this world-class adventurer, always trying to be "the first footprint on the beach."
As one of the first three women to be accepted for membership in New York's prestigious Explorers Club in the field of "Underwater Exploration", she joins past and present mountaineers, polar explorers, astronauts, and experts in all scientific disciplines. She has carried the club's coveted flag on four expeditions and has been present on several sponsored by other members. Published December 2010. Click here to order.
The 2016 edition of the wonderfully researched and in-depth directory of the smaller, and very deserving charities in Palm Beach County, Florida. Each organization has its own stories, from heartwarming to heart-wrenching. Edited by Palm Beach Editorial Services October 2015. Click here for a digital copy.
Lost in Wonderland’s collection of essays explore the myths, social climate and architectural tableaux that make Palm Beach like no other place in the world. The island’s uncommon mélange of English gardens, Tuscan loggias, Venetian staircases, Spanish patios, Bermuda roofs, and Georgian doorways, makes for an incomparable mirage-like grandeur attractive to both Old Money and the latest Kings of Wall Street. Author and lecturer Augustus Mayhew, one of Palm Beach’s most popular columnists, offers twenty-one informative and insightful essays, previously published in the Palm Beach Daily News and the New York Social Diary, combined with more than two hundred historical and contemporary photographs, which chronicle the places and personalities that make Palm Beach a quirky blend of fantasy and reality. He presents a unique perspective on the shifting ground between Palm Beach’s past as a seasonal resort destination, to its present status as an exclusive residential enclave with a social prism focused on mansions, condominiums and charity balls. Published November 2012. Click here to order.
Explore the endless possibilities of the human mind, and reach your full potential through faith. The Solution Oriented Mind will help you overcome challenges and soar above life's difficulties. Published by Palm Beach Editorial Services January 2015. Click here to order.