Norman Schreiber's writings
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A few words about my writing

I chronicle life, liberty and the pursuit of demons in business, the arts, pop culture, travel photography and technology. 


Magazines

 Credits include American Management Review,  Amtrak Express, Camera Arts, Family Circle, Independent Business, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, Ladies Home Journal, MultiMedia Pro,  New Choices, Photo District News, Playboy, Popular Photography, Pulse,  Smithsonian, Success, Travel & Leisure> and Writer's Digest.


Books

Out of Order (Topquark Press, 2012) A novel  about co-op life, romance, and murder offers sparkling dialog, off-beat humor and a cast of quirky characters.

"A tribute to the gallant fighting men and women of America’s co-ops and condos",  Out of Order  is  set  in  Prospect Heights, Brooklyn,  in the 1980s,  according to  Norman Schreiber, the author.     

  Psychotherapist Michael Levine — dumped, dissed and dejected —has issues: co-op politics, lady troubles, New York whackos and, er, a murderer on the loose in his building. Sparkling dialog, off-beat humor and a cast of quirky characters make for a lively, insightful and entertaining read.

The Ultimate Guide to Independent Record Labels and Artists (Pharos Books, 1992) The first and only book of its kind, The Ultimate Guide. . . tells record buyers how to find the astounding music available through independent record companies. Pianist Andre Watts said, "Norman Schreiber's book is a music lover's joy."  

Your Home Office (Harper/ Perennial, 1990) This unique book is praised as the "well-written, humorous guide to handling just about every aspect of working at home."  

 Contributor to: My Sherlock Holmes: Untold Stories of the Great Detective (St. Martin’s Press, Feb. 2003); Consumer Bible by Mark Green (Workman Publishing, 1995); The Complete Guide to Writing Nonfiction (Writer's Digest Books hardcover, 1983; Harper & Row paperback, 1988); Digital Deli by The Lunch Group & Guests (Workman Publishing, 1984)


 

Let us go exploring together. Who knows? It might even be fun.