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I received a voicemail late Saturday night, one of those messages recording an inadvertent cell phone call.  What was unusual was that instead recording the usual muffled voices and static, my voicemail picked up several voices with remarkable clarity.  Even more unusual: they were discussing … the legality of the Constitution.  At 1:55 a.m. on a Saturday night.  These are my friends?

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A reader emailed the other day and mentioned that he found this blog pretty useful, particularly since he works for a house where there aren’t too many other book publicists to show him the ropes.  If you haven’t done so already (and are inclined to do so), you can actually look up various topics by using the drop-down “Categories” menus on the right side of the page (when you are on the website, for those of you reading this as an email).  So if, for example, you wanted to look up “Press Materials” or “Social Networking” or “Online Marketing,” you could pull up all posts in those categories.  You can also search for various terms, so if you wanted to see which books had been covered on All Things Considered, you could look up the ATC tag and find all those posts.

August 11, 2008 - Posted by | Miscellaneous | ,

1 Comment »

  1. Heh…I’m not sure what you’re objecting to more here: the strange conversational topic or the lateness of the hour. But if it makes you feel any better, I was on the phone last night after midnight attempting to apply Lacanian psychology to Judd Apoatow’s films.

    Comment by ed | August 11, 2008 | Reply


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