Douglas Bullis

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Douglas Bullis is an American author. His work includes 100 Artists of the West Coast.


  • Remembrances of Things to Come Publisher: Atelier Books, Ltd. Co. September 29, 2011 152 pages
  • Indigo (2008)
  • AmericaAmerica When Will You See ISBN 9780970663269. Publisher: Atelier Books, Ltd. Co. Published February 11, 2008 Pages: 52
  • 100 Artists of the West Coast, Schiffer Publishing, Atglen, Pennsylvania (2006)[1]
  • Mahavamsa: The Great Chronicle of Sri Lanka (editor and commentary) 1999 Jain Publishing Company. ISBN 9780895819062[2]
  • Culture Shock Succeed in Business Sri Lanka with Hiru Biljani
  • Sri Lankan Cooking (with Wendy Hutton)
  • The Longest Hajj: The Journeys of Ibn Battuta (2000)[3]
  • Fashion Asia (September 2000)
  • Doing Business in Today's India January 1998, Praeger ISBN 978-1-56720-136-9[4]
  • Preparing for Electronic Commerce in Asia Publisher ABC-CLIO Published 28/02/1999 ISBN 9781567202069 Subject Management & Business: General, published in Westport by Greenwood Press
  • Sri Lanka (1998)
  • Selling to India's Consumer Market (1997)
  • Write a Winning Business Plan 1996
  • Crystals: the science, mystery and lore
  • The Chania Town News: Timeless People in a Changing Time (2001)
  • California fashion designers: art and style (1987)[5]
  • Preparing for Electronic Commerce in Asia [6]
  • Not by Bread Alone: The Thousand Years of the French Revolution (1989)[7]
  • 50 West Coast Artists: A Critical Selection of Painters... with Henry Hopkins (1981)[8]
  • A Soul You Can See: The Life and Thinking of Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud of Sarawak Encorp Group Sdn Bhd, (1996) - Prime ministers - 248 pages[9]
  • Why New Mexicans Love New Mexico with Diane Freburg (Editor)
  • Morning Light by Nancy King, Douglas Bullis (Editor)



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