The Independent Inventor's Handbook by Lous J. Foreman

The Independent Inventor's Handbook by Lous J. Foreman is a yet another book for inventors.

Unfortunately, all books for inventors, no matter how well written (this one is definitely well written) often offer little more than tips and encouragement for an inventor. It takes too much work and money and dedication to bring an invention to market. There are no step by step guides for inventors.

There is also not a book or a business who will either do the work for you, or can give an authoritative comment on whether your idea will be successful or not.

 

I would recommend this book for inventors.



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