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Can Job. Like your job. Only funny.
- CAN JOB: "A cleverly-written, plot-driven tale." "Wonderful, funny workplace comedy and satire of corporate culture." "An entertaining book with the flavor of 'The Office.'"
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Category Archives: Publishing
Megan McArdle has a column up about the meltdown at The New Republic. It’s an interesting read in general for anyone in the writing or publishing business. But in particular, I chuckled to myself when she began describing some of … Continue reading
Thanks to the tremendous feedback I got a week or so ago, I decided to hire a professional to redo my Can Job book cover: Derek Murphy of Creative Indie Covers. We’re still tweaking, so it’s a work in progress … Continue reading
Like many of us writers, I’ve finished more than one novel — if by “finished” you mean there are files on my hard drive with lots of words in them. I’ve also done what “they” advise writers to do: after … Continue reading
That sound you hear is another old taboo exploding. It used to be that authors with book contracts pretty much had to do what publishers told them to do. Right? If you got big enough you might be able to … Continue reading
Only imagine: MSNBC has a story up about beer sales, and lo and behold, they’re plummeting — for mainstay brands like Bud, Old Milwaukee, and Michelob. Of the 23 “largest selling beer products” in the U.S., “eight . . . … Continue reading
Those of you who know me personally know that for many years I’ve worked as a marketing communications professional supporting some pretty big, name brand companies, including one fondly known as an anchor company here in Rochester, NY. And as … Continue reading
Just watched a 6-minute interview with Jane Friedman, former CEO of Harper Collins. She’s now CEO of Open Road Media, a publishing company she co-founded to so she can play exclusively in the digital space. Key things in her remarks … Continue reading
In NY Daily News, Alexander Nazaryan — writing about Border’s troubles — makes an this observation: What happened to real estate is now happening to books: An industry colluded to push an overpriced product on a public whose purse strings … Continue reading