The Green Living Guy announces The Green Living Book Tour

The Green Living Guy, Seth Leitman is starting a Green Living Guy nationwide book tour on green living. His series of books will help you go green and save green. Most of his trips are at Barnes and Noble stores.

The Green Living Guy is Seth Leitman. His series of books will help you go green and save green. McGraw-Hill recently coined him an alternative energy expert and electric car guru. Since 1993, Leitman has worked on green living and was always know as a guy who knows how to go green and is able to make it happen. Now he is starting a Green Living Guy his nationwide book tour.


The theme is how the Series of books he is talking about can help you go green.

They are:

1. Green Lighting by Bill Brinsky, Brian Clark Howard and Seth Leitman
2. Solar Power For Your Home by David Findley
3. Renewable Energies For Your Home by Russell Gehrke
4. Do-It-Yourself Home Energy Audits by David Findley
5. Build Your Own Electric Vehicle by Seth Leitman and Bob Brant
6. Build Your Own Electric Motorcycle by Carl Vogel
7. Build Your Own Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle by Seth Leitman

Most of his trips are at Barnes and Noble stores and he will continue an East Coast Tour once he returns from California.

October 14, 2010 - Barnes and Noble, Valley Fair
150 West Swedesford Road
Devon, PA 19333

October 15, 2010 - Barnes and Noble, 3rd Street Promenade, 1201 3rd Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401, 310-260-9110

October 2010 - Berkeley, CA - TBA

October 30, 2010 - Barnes and Noble, 3981 US Hwy 9
Freehold, NJ 07728, 732-409-2929

For more information please speak with Bettina Faltermeier, McGraw-Hill.

For speaking engagements please contact Bettina Faltermeier at McGraw-Hill: 212-904-3604

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