I’ve had a book idea in mind for a few years, but in part due to the Kindle and 99 cent success stories am newly excited about getting around to it. Thing is, while a business book, it’s true and autobiographical. How much need I change the names to protect the, well, sometimes innocent? Including my own, such as using a pen name such as this one?
I am most concerned about naming clients, which would not be necessary to the story and lessons it will convey, but also concerned about naming partners, who are also friends, which is one of the lessons to be detailed. Yeah, I think I’ve answered my own question, but still…
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I don’t have a great history of reading and reviewing books sent to me for the purpose.
Rob sent me More Space, which Deb read a lot of and enjoyed, but I stopped reading when I hit a dull chapter, then never picked it up again. No excuse, since each chapter was standalone and I could simply have skipped to the next. What I read of it, well, it really should have sold better.
I’ll try to do better this time. How can you miss with a book that invokes Underdog on page 7? There’s no need to Fear! Barry Moltz is here!
Review or not, thought I’d point out the book. That way people can check it out regardless of any later lapse or delay on my part.