Books Published by Brett Kingstone


International scandal, undercover private investigators, shredded evidence, intimidation, and theft: all in a day’s work for Brett Kingstone, author of “The Real War Against America.” Kingstone tells the true story of the company he founded, Super Vision International, and its desperate struggle against Chinese counterfeiters who stole designs, equipment and profits.

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This book, enlarged and expanded from the original 1981 Ten Speed Press edition, is designed for those students wishing to start a business while still in school, as Kingstone did. Although students are the target audience, this is also recommended for housewives and full-time employees seeking to run a small business in their spare time. Kingstone describes the processes involved in establishing a business–researching the market, writing the business plan, financing the operation, and administering the company.

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Profiled in this book are 32 of the best and brightest entrepreneurial “dynamos” in America – most of them under 35 – showing what led to their successes and what obstacles they overcame. A first-hand look is given at what it takes to turn creative ideas into business reality by revealing what these highly-motivated entrepreneurs have in common – intensity, a highly focused vision and a willingness to risk failure and learn faster because of it.

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“Wake Me When the Semester’s Over,” published by Ballantine Books in New York in 1983. WELCOME to the COLLEGE SCENE of the 1980s…

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“Dupie: The Life & Times of a College Student as Seen Through the Eyes of Campus Cartoonist Gil Morales” which he self-published through his own company, The Dupie Press, Inc., in 1981 in Palo Alto, California. This book was later expanded into a revised edition re-titled, “Wake Me When the Semester’s Over,” published by Ballantine Books in New York in 1983.

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