Book blurbs need transparency
Oh yeah, that guy who recommends books in the Trib. Humility aside, this is a more persuasive connection than only the name of the paper.
You just sold a book.
No one will ever challenge Oprah when it comes to a stamp of approval’s ability to move units, but couldn’t “A Biblioracle Pick” potentially move at least a few?
Only three words — five if you include my name with it.
At least think about it, publishers. Mackay Beecher Stowe
If Sam isn’t already a fan of John Fante, he will be after reading
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A cheeky ad for Sean Penn’s novel, “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff,” attributed John Warner’s words to the Chicago Tribune. It’s true that the blurb appeared in the Tribune, but but Warner wonders whether readers are served well by this industry convention.