Publishing Credits

 

9780978478421The Nova Scotia Book of Musts, The 101 Places Every Nova Scotian MUST See. MacIntyre Purcell Publishing, 2008. ISBN 978-0-9784784-2-1

From The Chronicle Herald, Sunday, February 22, 2009:

Book of Musts reaches No. 1 spot

The Nova Scotia Book of Musts by Allan Lynch was the No. 1 bestselling Nova Scotia title this past Christmas, and ranked in the top 20 travel titles in Canada, according to Booknet Canada.

“That puts it in the company of 1,000 Places to See Before You Die and Bill Bryson,” says publisher John MacIntyre. “It all comes down to writers and the quality of the content.”

alynch3All In The Family, Inc.: Insights from the Corporate Boardrooms and Kitchen Tables of Canadian Family Businesses. Macmillan Canada, 2001. ISBN 1-55335-001-4.

“This is a must read for anyone involved in a family business. In language we can all understand, the author has picked the fertile brains of many Canadian business family members who have been more than willing to share their inherited wisdom. It is a delight to have a reference offering practical advice while concentrating on the positive aspects and possibilities of families in business in this country.”

       – Joan Shatilla, National Chair of the Canadian Association of Family Enterprise

 

alynch2Discover Nova Scotia’s Museums & Art Galleries. Nimbus Publishing, 1998. ISBN 1-55109-250-6.

Sweat Equity: Atlantic Canada’s New Entrepreneurs. Nimbus Publishing, 1996. ISBN 1-55109-177-1.

“The adult version of the little engine who could.” – Atlantic Books Today

“It should be required reading… Sweat Equity is well-researched, well-focused and well-written.” – The Brunswick Business Journal

Sweat Equity is a combined ode to the brain power in this region, a motivational seminar, and a catalogue of useful advice for Atlantic Canadian business people in almost any sector of the economy… These chapters alone should earn Sweat Equity a place on every business person’s shelf.” – Quill & Quire

Periodical Credits:

In Canada: Meetings & Incentive Travel, Good Times, Cruise & Travel Lifestyle, Black Tie, Saltscapes, Reader’s Digest, DreamScapes, The Travel Agent Guides to Canada, Profit, Canadian Geographic, Atlantic Progress, The Imperial Oil Review, Harrowsmith, Equinox, Marketing Magazine, Canadian House & Home, LeisureWays, The Beaver, WineTidings, Fifty-Five Plus, Bluenose, CAA Westworld, CAA Going Places, Atlantic Lifestyle Business, Atlantic Advocate, United Church Observer, Dogs In Canada, Canadian Dimension, Atlantic Co-operator, Doctor’s Review, shunpiking, University Affairs, Open to the World, Atlantic Books Today, Hotelier, Chatelaine, Masthead, Canadian Tire’s Autoroute, VIA Magazine, Foodservice & Hospitality        

In the United States:  The Meeting Professional, One +, Endless Vacation, Executive Traveler, Association News, Destination Weddings & Honeymoons, The Robb Report, American Way, Art & Antiques, Yankee Travel Guide, Meetings & Conventions, Sports Travel, Incentives & Meetings International, Motivation Strategies, Golf Event, Harrowsmith, Country Life, Reader’s Digest, NewsTrack (audio cassettes for business).

In England: BBC Wildlife Magazine.

In Sweden: ShipPax

In Singapore: Sensory Magazine.

Newspapers: The Globe & Mail, The Toronto Star, The Chronicle-Herald, The London Free Press, The Telegraph-Journal, The Regina Leader-Post, and syndication via Culture Locker.

Clients: Nova Scotia Department of Economic Renewal and Tourism, Show Horse magazine, Atlantic Community Newspapers’ Association, Cadogan Publishing Ltd., Kings Regional Economic Development Commission, The Atlantic Co-operator, Parks Canada, Points East Tourism Association, Nova Scotia Association of Optometrists, D.G. Cleyle Enterprises Ltd., Foresight Marketing, Pulsifer & Associates, Flower Cart Enterprises, Maritime Marlin Travel, N.S. Marketing Agency, Acadia University (annual report), Costco

Books: In addition to the books listed above, I have contributed to a Grade Six science teacher’s resource book published by Addison-Wesley, Toronto; Canadian Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development, by Times Mirror Publishing (1997); Building a Dream  (1997 entrepreneurship textbook from McGraw-Hill Ryerson), and Canadian Retailing Strategy: Challenges and Change published in 1996 by Nelson Canada, as well as the Nova Scotia Colour Guide (Formac Publishing).

2 responses to “Publishing Credits

  1. Hi Allan,

    You have done some amazing things since the Hants Journal days. We miss seeing you. I would be nice to get together sometime.

    Nancy

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