An e-book full of hints and suggestions about selling a book via lectures. Chapters include determining whether your book is indeed viable to sell-by-lecutre, determining your audience, finding and soliciting potential audiences, designing a flyer and ancillary materials, and the actual talk and follow-up.
First Ladies from Martha Washington through Mamie Eisenhower write their chapters - the others chime in.
“Ladies….” Is a book a voices. First Ladies between Martha Washington and Mamie Eisenhower tell their own stories – or, to be more exact, whatever they want – in their own words and in their own styles.
“Ladies….” Crosses boundaries between fact, conjecture and, most importantly, centuries. Through dialogue-boxes, the Ladies talk to each other across Eternity, where anything is possible. The Modern First Ladies, from Mrs. Kennedy through Mrs. Clinton participate in commentary.
They talk to the reader and they talk amongst themselves. And they sympathize, empathize and quarrel amongst themselves. They talk about their husbands, and their children, and the White House, and the times in which they lived.
A novel about the death of President James Garfield in Long Branch, NJ - 1881. Historical characters interact with fictional characters - with a supporting cast of Roscoe Conking, James G. Blaine, General Grant, Susan B. Anthony, and the Garfield family.
I am a Model-T Ford. You can call me "T" for short. This is my auto-biography. Get that?
An AUTO-biography! I've had a lot of adventures in my long life; lots of owners, lots of good times, and a few not-so-good times. But all in all, it's been a fine life.
It started in 1920. Maybe 1921. I forget. But it was a very long time ago. I rolled off Mister Henry Ford's assembly line bright-eyed and bushy-tailed and spanking-shiny new. I was jet black and polished to a high gloss. I had a running board and a spare tire, and real leather seats. Oh, I was a handsome fellow, just waiting for somebody to buy me and start me on a life of excitement. I was going places!