Monthly Archives: June 2011

#5–Beware over confidence . . .

After five presentations in Florence about the book Crossings, it was going so well that I felt quite confident. I still fine-tuned to fit the group I was speaking to and timed myself to make sure I would fit the … Continue reading

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#4–Who’d-a-thunk-it situations . . .

Before we named our book we held a creative jam session where we came up with a ton of names Have Highway, Need Bridges and The New Deal’s Big Deal Bridges were a couple of mine that I particularly liked … Continue reading

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#3–Hawking the book . . .

Most authors say selling the book is the part they enjoy the least, but so far I love selling Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges. I get to go up and down the Oregon Coast and stop at all my favorite places. … Continue reading

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The fun continues . . .

When I finished the book, friends asked what I was doing with all my spare time. Ha! I’ve learned that writing a book is only half the job. The other half––selling it! No spare time yet! Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges … Continue reading

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