Good discussion going on over at Sarah Etc. wondering just how important is the wordsmithing of a book.
You can check out the latest on her blog here.
And you can see the post that started the conversation here.
Veronica Pike Kennedy wrote a review in Sunday’s Paper of Dennis Love’s My City Was Gone, published by William Morrow, a Harper Collins imprint. The book is about Anniston’s plight with toxic PCB’s and Monsanto over the years.
(Please note: The author used to be a reporter at the News. So don’t be surprised if Love gets some love from the paper.)
I’m finishing up Chris Anderson’s The Long Tail. It’s an interesting look at, what Anderson thinks as “current trends” in online retail.
I was just be-bopping along when I read Lee Gomes insightful WSJ article. Maybe Anderson is looking a bit too far into the future? And making a few too many assumptions?
I’ll post thoughts when I get done.