On June 30th I’ll be launching a new book. It’s called “MS Project Training Notes: 10 Steps to setting up Projects with Microsoft Project” and it coming on Kindle as a directly published book. The author is Richard Walters of Key-Strokes Training. He very much specialises in teaching people how to use Microsoft Project
The plan is to launch a number of books under this banner. At first these will be written by Richard and then myself. In the future we may well act as a publishing house for other trainers. Why trainers? Well that’s because Kashiko Press is specialising in taking tried and tested training notes and turning them into books. The idea is that if we can see people successfully using something then perhaps that something should be seen by a wider audience.
Kashiko Press simply gives us a means of doing so.
Initially of the books will be Kindle Print Replicas. This is so that we can ensure fidelity of screen shots and graphical elements when reproduced by the reader. In time we may move to more flexible formatting. That however is for the future.
What is important is that the fist book “MS Project Training Notes: 10 Steps to setting up Projects with Microsoft Project” is now on pre-release and comes out on June 30th.
You can learn more about Kashiko Press here.