Fresh Books: addicted to backlist edition!

I have a lot of new “for Dummies” titles this fall. I’m probably unique among agencies in how many books I’ve done with Wiley (and previously IDG), but that’s my reward for working with some of the very first Dummies authors.
As the tooth fairy says when she comes to our house, “thanks for the teeth, I love the teeth,” well I say, “thanks for the books! I love the backlist!”
Congrats to Ed Baig on the second edition of iPhone for Dummies.
Congratulations to Cameron McPherson Smith and Evan Davies on the publication of Anthropology for Dummies, a book that should backlist well.
Congratulations to USA Today puzzle master Timothy Parker on the publication of his multi-puzzle project, Brain Games for Dummies.
Congratulations to Dave Crenshaw, whose business fable The Myth of Multitasking: How “Doing it All” Gets Nothing Done, was reviewed in Time Magazine this week.
Congratulations to Gary Bouton on the publication of his newest book, CorelDraw X4: The Official Guide, from Osborne/McGraw-Hill.
And a big congratulations to Michelle Waitzman on her second book Living Abroad in New Zealand, from Moon Handbooks/Avalon.
That’s it for now, thanks for working with me!