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Silver Lake Publishing - Jim Walsh, Practical Privacy Info For 2010 & Beyond

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Silver Lake publishes 4-7 titles a year by authors across the country on topics related to popular economics, health care, small business management, risk theory, insurance and security. Among the press’s best-selling titles are: The Under 40 Financial Planning Guide; It’s a Disaster; Sex at Work; Early to Rise; Success Leaves Clues; Business Plans to Game Plans; Taming the Lawyers; and Leap of Strength.

 

Publisher James Walsh has been an editor at Silver Lake and its corporate predecessor, Merritt Publishing, since 1992. Before joining Merritt, Walsh was a senior editor at California Business magazine, where he received various journalism awards—including the Western Publications Association’s “Maggie” award and the American Association of Business Publishing’s award for editorial excellence.

 

A graduate of Amherst College, Walsh lives in Aberdeen, Washington with his wife and five children.

 

Some media coverage of our books has called Silver Lake Publishing a libertarian press. We think of our books as practical more than political. Silver Lake Publishing's mission-to give our readers tools for making smart, aggressive decisions on risk and financial matters-has been the same since we started. Times and circumstances have moved toward our specialty. Most of what is written about business and money matters pushes agendas-either explicitly or implicitly.

 

Personal finance books and newsletters are written by people promoting mutual funds or other investment vehicles. Management books are written by people who want to sell you their tapes or consulting services. Books and articles on security often exaggerate or misdirect natural fears. We think the information economy makes smart people starved for informed, independent analysis.

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