Congratulations to marketing wiz John Arnold on the publication of E-Mail Marketing for Dummies, from Wiley.
Congratulations to Bill Loguidice and Matt Barton, who have a new article at Gamasutra, the first in a six part series, A History of Game Platforms: The Commodore 64.
Congratulations to Michele Davis and Jon Philips on completing their newest book, Flex: A Beginner’s Guide, to be published by Osborne/McGraw-Hill.
Congratulations to DVD trainer Todd Perkins on finishing his first book, Nintendo Wii Flash Game Creator’s Guide, also with Osborne/McGraw-Hill.
Congratulations to David Boles on delivering his newest book, Picture Yourself Learning What’s New in Mac OS Leopard, coming soon from Course Technology (and just in time for my upgrade!).
Congratulations to Michelle Waitzman, who was interviewed about her book, Sex in a Tent for the Outdoor Stations’ OutdoorPodcast, which you can find here.
Congratulations to Cameron McPherson Smith on launching his new blog, Amphibian Adventures, which will follow Cameron on his various wonderful and amazing expeditions. Cameron also has a new story coming out in the new collection, They Lived to Tell the Tale: True Stories of Modern Adventure from the Legendary Explorer’s Club, from Lyons Press, and which is precisely the sort of book I stayed home sick from school to read when I was a teen.
And finally, many congrats to Roger Parker on the launch of his new website, Published and Profitable, which aims to teach prospective authors how to grow their business and platform through books. Disclaimer, I’m on Roger’s editorial board as an advisor.
Thanks for working with me!