Divineisland Books announces the release of I Might As Well Be Naked - How to Survive Airport Screening With Your Clothes On!

Asheville, NC (PressExposure) July 11, 2007 -- Divineisland Books today announced the release of it's newest book, I Might As Well Be Naked: How to Survive Airport Screening With Your Clothes On, the first book to reveal how the flying public can breeze through airport security painlessly and stress free.

Natalia Ippolito, a former Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Dual Function screener wrote the book to help what she saw as a vacuum of clear and comprehensive information for the nation's almost one billion air travelers a year. "I x-rayed thousands of carry-on bags, searched thousands of passengers and checked baggage and realized that many passengers traveling through our nation's 452 commercial airports are still clueless about what to pack, what to wear, and especially, what not-to-bring through security checkpoint".

The book details 369 Tips to make the airport security process fast and stress free. Ms. Ippolito relates some humorous as well as serious personal stories of security breaches that no doubt will surprise even the most seasoned air traveler. With airport security tightening and alerts changing frequently, I Might As Well Be Naked certainly is a hot topic book and could save the reader time and even money if even some of the 369 tips are followed.

"I'll bet most of the flying public isn't even aware of some really vital information in this book", said Divineisland Books publisher, Tim Dineen. "Natalia was on the front lines of airport security and she knows all the details…she's seen it all". And now it's all in her book. "I fly all the time and I learned a lot form this little book", said Dineen.

In both her book and on her website; [http://airportbook.com/bookstore.htm], Natalia asks readers and visitors to share their airport/airplane stories in order to include them in future editions of her book. Free Airport Security Tips of the Week, Ultimate Packing List and Unknown Fines and Violations report are also available on the website.

About Divineisland Books Divineisland Books is a small boutique publisher, dedicated to publishing, marketing and promoting authors who write one-of-a-kind books and platforms. ###

About Divineisland Books

Contact: Tim Dineen
Divineisland Books
828-633-0422 (phone)
828-633-0472 (fax)

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Press Release Submitted On: July 11, 2007 at 10:33 am
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