In this issue . . .
-- HarperCollins new publishing endeavor
-- John Kremer's free Q&A call-in day
-- NPR's The Takeaway morning show
-- Rick Frishman and Robyn Spizman's new book: WOW!
HarperCollins new publishing endeavor
Jeff Rivera, author of the novel Forever My Lady,
took time to interview Robert Miller who is
starting up a new endeavor at HarperCollins that
will feature low or no advances and an author's
share in profit. Check out his interview here:
John Kremer's free Q&A call-in day
Listen in here:
Afternoon Q&A call log-in to listen via the web:
Evening Q&A call log-in to listen via the web:
NPR's The Takeaway morning show
National Public Radio has a new morning show that is launching on
public radio stations in New York, Boston, Baltimore, etc. A combination
of news and analysis, this one-hour show is hosted by John Hockenberry
and Adaora Udoji. Contact most producers in care of WNYC Radio, 160
Varrick Street, New York NY 10013. Web: http://www.thetakeaway.org.
Graham Griffith, Executive Producer
Collin Campbell, Senior Producer
Jim Colgan, Producer
Associate producers: Leo Duran, Noel King, Sitara Nieves, Corey Takahashi
Femi Oke, Senior Editor
Adnaan Wasey, Web Editor
Rick Frishman and Robyn Spizman's new book: WOW!
Rick and Robyn have just released a new book called Where's Your Wow?
where they reveal a step-by-step formula for becoming a WOW person.
WOW happens when you and your business, ideas, and abilities stand
out in that very small zone called distinctive. You do something or
handle yourself in a way that's so fresh, innovative, and impressive that
you are memorable.
If you want to participate in their Amazon.com bestseller campaign,
go here: http://www.wheresyourwowbook.com/aff/johnkremer. If you
buy the book now, you'll get lots of great bonuses.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer blogs
Janice Phelps Williams, author of Open Your Heart with Pets: Mastering
Life through Love of Animals is now writing an Open Your Heart with
pets blog for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Check it out at:
We are bits of stellar matter that got cold by accident,
bits of a star gone wrong. — Arthur Eddington, physicist
More great quotes at http://www.quotablebooks.com
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