Books of nonfiction by Scott Huler
I am currently at work on my seventh book of nonfiction -- A Delicious Country, a retracing of the journey of discovery taken through the Carolinas in 1700-1701 by John Lawson. The Lawson Trek, the project by which I undertook that journey, gives you full information on that project. The publisher will be UNC Press and it should be out in ... 2018? 2019? Depends on me, I guess. It's fun.
From Worst to First: Behind the Scenes of Continental's Remarkable Comeback
The numerous anecdotes alone are worth the price of the book . . . most readers will find themselves asking why everyone doesn't run a business as preached by the chief executive of Continental Airlines.-The Washington Post Book World
. . . in an age where managing seems increasingly complicated, some of Bethune's prescriptions are refreshingly straightforward.-Business Week
From Worst to First outlines Gordon Bethune's triumphs . . . about the turnaround he's led at Continental, a perennial basket case that's become an industry darling.-The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
From Worst to First is [Gordon Bethune's] story of Continental Airlines' turnaround under his command . . . The blueprint has worked . . . Fortune magazine named Continental the company that has 'raised its overall marks more than any other in the 1990s.'-The Seattle Post-Intelligencer