Tag: almost home
As a way to break the ice, or just FYI: Stories should have meaning. Stories should have importance. Stories should MOVE the reader and, at the very least, make her/him think about an important issue in a new way.
One thing that I find fascinating is the interplay between stories and their real, definitive impact on … Read More »
I first met Marion Stein on Twitter, where she called me “cool.” Women call me a lot of names, but cool isn’t usually one of them. So, I figured I should reciprocate this kindness by doing an e-mail interview with the author. Below is a transcription of that interview.
Frank Marcopolos: What’s your background? How and … Read More »
As part of a clever, clever marketing ploy to tease you into wanting to buy ALMOST HOME, I’ve provided an audio version of the first chapter above. I am so dang clever it hurts. It hurts every part of my body. TMI, I know.
What’s the theme of ALMOST HOME? Why should I care about it?
ALMOST … Read More »
There’s a secret structure to human interactions, and if you don’t know what it is, you’re losing.
Even worse, you’re being laughed at behind your back.
“The knowledge of how to build a nest in a bare tree, how to fly to the wintering place, how to perform the mating dance—all of this information is stored in … Read More »
2012 Prix Aurora Award Nominees Announced
SOPA’s Evil Sister — CISPA
Nook Steps Ahead of Kindle with GlowLight
A Talk with a Barnes & Noble CRM
WHIRLIGIG Alum Jeff Somers Writes Not a Movie Review
The Strange Case of a Mind Shift Downloaded Over 127 Times!
ALMOST HOME Selling for Just 299 Pennies
P.S. I’ve decided to start podcasting regularly … Read More »
Publishers and Libraries Don’t Understand Each Other
New York Public Library’s Plan to Take Books from Shelves Worries Scholars
Another Publisher Launches E-Book Subscription Site
The Secret to Overnight Book Marketing Success
Macmillan to Fight DoJ Lawsuit
AG Holder on the DoJ Lawsuit on Price-Fixing by Publishing Houses
How to Increase Traffic and Revenue by Writing for Fewer Readers
ALMOST HOME Gets … Read More »
Under the Brooklyn el, we said we’d keep in touch, my high school buddies and I, but we knew—deep down in the dark recesses of a 1990 Summer night—that that just was not true. We were splitting up and going off to college, to full-time work, to technical schools, to rehab facilities, to jail, to … Read More »
To enjoy the podcast, click PLAY above, or download the MP3 file by right-clicking, and using Save Link As…
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