Press Release – Nov. 10, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Handwriting’s on the Wall: New ‘Handwriting Analysis’ Helps Readers Explore Career Potential

Offering a fresh, new approach on handwriting analysis, author David DeWitt shows readers how to explore career options through graphology and personality awareness.

November 10, 2014 – Denver, CO, and Roxbury, CT – How an individual dots his I’s and crosses his T’s is indeed telling. In fact, handwriting can reveal much about how people think, feel and behave – and as “Handwriting Analysis: Discover Your Own Vocational/Career Potential” proves, it can also be a useful tool. The newly released self-help book is published by Outskirts Press.

Known as “brain writing,” handwriting provides a graphic road map of the mind – if one knows how to read the signs. Author David J. DeWitt, a professional graphologist and a certified graphoanalyst, teaches the fundamentals of handwriting analysis to help his students learn about themselves and others. He has spent decades studying, analyzing and interpreting the handwriting of countless individuals, and lecturing publicly on handwriting analysis to organizations, clubs, schools and colleges. He helps people to understand themselves, their personal strengths and yes, even their weaknesses through the way they put pen to paper. “Handwriting Analysis” represents more than eight years of research in applying handwriting analysis to high school and college students across New England.

With this book, DeWitt offers a unique perspective not found in conventional books on graphology by linking handwriting analysis with professional satisfaction, and instructs the reader in the analysis of their own handwriting to help make the best career fit based on personality. Noting that it is common for individuals to labor a lifetime in occupations they dislike, the author offers up the book as a tool anyone can use to guide career choices that, in the end, will be more personally rewarding.

“Handwriting Analysis” is available online through Outskirts Press at http://www.outskirtspress.com/bookstore. The book is sold through Amazon and Barnes and Noble for a maximum trade discount in quantities of 10 or more, and is being aggressively promoted to appropriate markets with a focus on the non-fiction, psychology and self-help categories.

ISBN: 978-1-4787-2939-6 Format: 8.25 x 11 paperback Retail: $14.95
Genre: Non-Fiction / Psychology / Self-Help

For more information about “Handwriting Analysis,” visit the book page at the author’s webpage, http://www.OutskirtsPress.com/handwritinganalysisdiscoveryourownvocationalcareerpotential.

About the Author: David J. DeWitt is a retired Nationwide Insurance agent, who holds a number of coveted professional designations: President Conference Qualifier (Nationwide’s Highest Award); Past President of the Connecticut State Association of Life Underwriters Charter Life Underwriter (CLU); Charter Property & Casualty Underwriter (CPCU); Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow (LUTCF). For more information about David J. DeWitt and his book, contact the author at 269 Southbury Road, Roxbury, CT 06783, call 860-350-6085 or email: dewittd1@sbcglobal.net.

About Outskirts Press, Inc.: Outskirts Press offers full-service, custom self-publishing and book marketing services for authors seeking a cost-effective, fast, and flexible way to publish and distribute their books worldwide while retaining all their rights and full creative control. Available for authors globally at http://www.outskirtspress.com and located on the outskirts of Denver, Colorado, Outskirts Press, Inc. represents the future of book publishing, today.

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Outskirts Press, Inc., 10940 S. Parker Rd – 515, Parker, Colorado 80134
http://outskirtspress.com 1-888-OP-BOOKS

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