I have a new book available, the first "spin-off" from my Indo-European Cognate Dictionary. The Easy Russian Alphabet: A Visual Workbook is slim (only 80 pages), very visual, with lots of mnemonic images and lots of white space, and plenty of reviews for practice. It includes some 340 words for additional practice, most of which are cognates, with obvious meanings (verbal mnemonics have been provided for those few that are less obvious). It's my first book using color, and I'm thrilled with how it looks. Unfortunately, the use of color adds greatly to the cost of printing, which is why I have refrained from it in my other books, but given the brevity of this one, the printing costs weren't so bad. And all the images, partly color-coded, really demanded the use of color. So, very pretty. And useful, too, I hope!
Now I have signed directly with the major book distributor Ingram, I hope my books will be easier for college bookstores to purchase. I know some have had difficulties, due to their purchase requirements.