Since my last post, I've finished 2 more Finals and only have one left (next Tuesday), and school ends next Thursday! Hallelujah! I need to catch up on sleep and restore my sanity before diving into my rewrite of 7th Heaven. Anyway, in PART 2 of my BEA13 experience, I promised to post my extensive notes and offer a few anecdotes on what I learned. Here goes nothing.
"PERSPECTIVES IN PUBLISHING" with Guy Kawasaki and Leigh Haber
First things first. Leigh Haber barely talked during this seminar, so if you want to know about her, click on her name above because it's the first and last mention of her in this post.
Now onto the interesting notes.
Click to see my signed copy of APE again. There's more below
"SELF-PUBLISHING: Disrupter or Defender of the Book Business?" with Angela James, Christopher Kenneally, James McQuivey, and moderated by Keith Ogorek for C-SPAN2 (see the panel here)
And... that's it! Hope you enjoyed my notes on BEA! This was much longer than expected, so a Part 4 will come on Tuesday (6/11) and I'll talk about what I learned in general. Until then, happy reading, writing, etc!
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