really awesome michael and all.can't wait to read this.
michael this is great and I did love the pillow scene and can't wait to read the book. thanks for sharing this - Bob Brown
Thanks BB and BB. I love what Luca and Rachel did with this little film and so I'm glad to know that other people do too.
Hi, I'm an italian reader of the first Michael Kimball's novel "The Way the Family Got Away". I published an short essay about it on my web-site, you can read-it here: http://www.essan-masslo.it/opinioni.htmlUnfortunately the essay is in Italian, and unfortunately I don't speak English, so I can't read the others Kimball's books. I'll wait for the translations, even on French, or Portuguese. I thing "The Way the Family Got Away" is a great novel. Thank you for having written it, Mr. Kimball.Emiliano (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thank you, Emiliano, for your kind and thoughtful words. Feltrinelli is working on an Italian translation of How Much of Us There Was. Hopefully, I'll be able to say the same about Dear Everybody some day.
I hope you do not mind that I posted this incredibly well-done film teaser for a novel on my own site. As a former protege of yours (both in editing and in writing), I was happy to find it on the intarwebs, and you still publishing after "The Way." Happy, happy wishes of success for you with "Dear Everybody"; once again, it will surely be a poignant success.Best,A.B. (a.k.a. Dean)
Fuckin' 'ell....now THAT's a book trailer. When I teach this device in my book marketing class, all the grunts perk up, only to watch one stupid cheesy trailer after another. I have been begging the book world to take a page out of film's playbook for years, and still the best most of them can do is superimpose words on the screen. Hello, this is a marketing tool and as much as I LOVE the printed word, I promote it knowing I do so in a global visual world. Well done! Will all three of you come speak to my marketing class at Loyola in Spring '09?Gregg/CityLit Project/Apprentice House/Smasher
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