You know you’ve hit a new low when, since you’re client will not make time to meet with you, you are forced to watch random YouTube videos of his speeches so you can cobble together something moving and inspirational, and fit for print.
It’s always the famous folks.
Queer books out in October 2014. Know any others?
[image description: the covers of ten books, listed below]
- Alice + Freda Forever: A Murder in Memphis by Alexis Coe
- When Everything Feels Like the Movies by Raziel Reid
- Skandalon by Julie Maroh
- Black and Gay in the UK: An Anthology edited by John R Gordon and Rikki Beadle-Blair
- Forgive Me If I’ve Told You This Before by Karelia Stetz-Waters
- Don’t Go Back to Sleep by Timothy Liu
- Tell Me Again How a Crush Should Feel by Sara Farizan
- Adrian and the Tree of Secrets by Hubert and Marie Caillou
- Not My Father’s Son: A Memoir by Alan Cumming
- Maxine Wore Black by Nora Olsen
This is the greatest tweet in the history of tweets
"These people are a mix of ignorance and arrogance. I have so much contempt for them. Who would want to read anything by them, ever?"
-One of my ghostwriting partners, about the people we are writing for right now.
Sigh. It’s not a good sign when you want to punch your clients in the face. Will this ghostwriting ever end? I should just write that damn screenplay I plotted last year and skewer them all. (Names changed to protect the not-so-innocents’ bullshit image, of course.)
Lil pattern I did for the folks at Moonlight Market, should be out in the next year on some bedding!
"It’s a book to be savored and enjoyed from the sweet, light beginning to the subtle middle notes, which culminate in a refreshing, delicious finish." — Publishers Weekly
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You can’t be rushed when you’re making wine. You have to give it patience and care, and be willing to accept it for whatever its chemicals and nature deem it will become. You can make adjustments here and there, to be sure, but nature will ultimately dictate the outcome. There are some things you simply cannot force. A great wine, made with love and care, is one of them.
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New York-based wine critic Thomas Baldwin can make or break careers with his column for Taste Magazine. But when his publisher orders him to spend a year profiling rising stars of California’s wine country and organizing a competition between the big name wineries of Napa and the smaller artisan wineries of Sonoma, his world gets turned upside-down by an enigmatic young winemaker who puts art before business.
Sotto Voce is the story of love and wine, and how both require patience, passion, an acceptance of change—and an understanding that sometimes, you have to let nature take its course.
Release Date: October 21, 2014.
Pricing: $15.99 print / $7.99 multi-format eBook (US price)
US/Canada: Order the print edition from the Interlude Store before October 21st and receive the DRM-free, multi-format eBook for free.
International Orders: Sotto Voce will be available to order from most book retailers starting October 21st. Submit a copy of your receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 21, 2014 and receive the eBook for free.
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