West Hills Press is a fiction imprint of Hundreds of Heads Books. Founded in 2010, West Hills looks for compelling stories that captivate and delight their readers. West Hills first novel, which was also Jeffrey Small’s debut novel, was The Breath of God. The book garnered numerous awards and was a breakout hit.
Today West Hills Press prides itself on discovering accessible works of fiction that engage the minds of readers in creative stories. West Hills works with unique authors, often accomplished in non writing arenas as well, and partners with them to create best sellers.
Hundreds of Heads Books
West Hills parent, Hundreds of Heads is the brainchild of Yadin Kaufmann and Mark Bernstein, who between them have combined successful careers in law, media, venture capital, and, yes, writing.
If two heads are better than one, then wouldn't hundreds of heads be even better? That's the simple premise behind Hundreds of Heads.
Our mission is to create products that help people through life's biggest events. Our books, e-mails and web sites offer useful advice and entertaining experiences collected from hundreds of people across the country who have "been there, done that".
For each title in our book series, our "headhunters" interview thousands of real-world "experts" - i.e. ordinary people - to bring readers the best advice and tips about what works - and what doesn't - when it comes to meeting the big challenges in their lives.
Whether someone special is planning a wedding-or a divorce, going to-or graduating from college, moving or getting ready to retire, there are Hundreds of Heads products for them. You need look no further for exciting books and services that entertain, offer practical advice, and inspire. Our books are the perfect gift!
Mark Bernstein - Publisher
Mr. Bernstein, a native of Knoxville, TN, is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania and New York University's School of Law. He was an attorney with the King & Spalding law firm in Atlanta, served as senior legal counsel at Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. and was a senior vice president of CNN and general manager of CNN's digital content division, CNN Interactive. Bernstein currently runs a private equity firm working with early stage technology and media companies.
Bernstein has served on the boards of many community and civic organizations, including Hands on Atlanta, City Cares, American Jewish World Service, Senior Citizen's Services of Metropolitan Atlanta, the Piedmont Park Conservancy and the Atlanta Committee for Public Education. Bernstein has been recognized for his community service by receiving the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center Community Services Award, the WXIA Atlanta Jefferson Community Service Award and the Metropolitan Atlanta United Way Golden Rule Award. Bernstein was selected by the World Economic Forum as one of its 100 Global Leaders for Tomorrow in 1999.