Monthly Archives April 2011

TKC 145 T. J. Waters

Interview – Author T.J. Waters has created an answer to his own question, one which I bet some of you have asked yourselves: “How come the tech world can put a man on the moon and I can’t sign an eBook?” His solution is Autography LLC, which will debut at BookExpo America its system for […]

TKC 144 Sam Tanenhaus

Interview – My guest this week is Sam Tanenhaus, editor of The New York Times Book Review. (Click here to subscribe to the Book Review on Kindle.) Sam is also an author, most recently of The Death of Conservatism: The Movement and Its Consequences.  In 1997 he published Whitaker Chambers: A Biography.  He is also […]

TKC 143 Steven Pressfield

Interview – Steven Pressfield, the bestselling author of The Legend of Bagger Vance and six military history novels, published The War of Art: Break Through Your Blocks & Win Your Creative Inner Battles nine years ago.  Since then he has continued to write about overcoming resistance to creativity in the “Writing Wednesdays” column of his […]

TKC 142 James McQuivey

Interview (Starts at 3:08) – I spoke with James McQuivey, Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, by Skype today (April 8, 2011) by Skype, about all things e-book and tablet in 2011.  As usual, he offers clear insights into trends shaping the e-book revolution. News – J.K. Rowling’s spokesman tells The Scotsman that […]

TKC 141 Robert Darnton

News – The deadline is April 1 at 12 p.m. Eastern Time for submitting a video entry in an unusual contest being conducted by WorldReader.org.  Thanks to a sponsorship by eDreams, the winner will receive an all-expenses-paid one-week trip to Ghana, where he or she will work as a volunteer in the organization’s project of […]