Monthly Archives: June 2012

#57–Flyers & more flyers . . .

  Sometimes, I actually stop and read my promo materials for Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges, and this time, I realized they’re out of date. Last year was the 75th anniversary of four of the major bridges I was writing about … Continue reading

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#56–NY Times bestsellers, Chicago & reality . . .

  In the gift shop at the Eugene airport, Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges sat right in the middle of the New York Times bestsellers. I’m not making this up. Bob Serra, the book’s publisher was there and saw it. He … Continue reading

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#55–Secrets of success . . .

  The three E’s and five thousand miles is the short answer. The question: How could just the two of you sell so many copies of Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges––1,450,–– in such a short time––a year––without the help of Amazon … Continue reading

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#54–Second book has begun . . .

I’ve begun my second book and it will be everything like Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges and nothing like it. It will have the Oregon Coast bridges once again as the subject matter, but it should be relatively easy to put … Continue reading

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#53–Astoria what you may not know . . .

When I was placing my book Crossings: McCullough’s Coastal Bridges in Astoria about 10 days ago, I was reminded of some of the reasons why I enjoy the town. Because it’s the oldest town west of the Rockies and dates … Continue reading

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