I just spent several days to prepare Infamy for publication on its own site. Thanks to all who followed it through its incubator phase here at The Jeffersonian! If you have followed the book’s development here, you know it as a collection of essays on Kennedy’s death, 9/11, and related subjects.
Here is the book’s cover image:
So you won’t be mystified, T. J. Hill is the pen name I selected to publish on this subject in book form. You might say that revelation defeats the purpose of a pen name, but for loyal readers here at The Jeffersonian, I’m okay if people know both monikers.
Please do leave comments at the book site, and share the essays with your friends.
In publication since 2009, The Jeffersonian occasionally publishes topical collections of essays on politics, such as Revolution on the Ground and Infamy. To learn about these and other books, visit Dr. G’s Writing Workshop.
Steve, Congratulations on your publication of “Infamy” in this new format!
Have you considered doing a paperback version through http://www.createspace.com ? (At zero outlay, it’s a pretty good deal.)
Your cover looks great! Very sleek presentation altogether.
With best wishes, Sig
Steve, Are you thinking of adding some Share buttons to the Infamy page?
No doubt you could find that in WordPress “settings” (or something, I think.)
All the best, Sig
On Thu, Apr 9, 2015 at 5:35 PM, S M Sigerson wrote:
> Steve, > Congratulations on your publication of “Infamy” in this new format! > > Have you considered doing a paperback version through http://www.createspace.com > ? > (At zero outlay, it’s a pretty good deal.) > > Your cover looks great! Very sleek presentation altogether. > > With best wishes, > Sig > > On Wed, Apr 8, 2015 at 10:41 PM, The Jeffersonian <
Steven Greffenius said:
Thanks for being in touch, and for your tweets! Your encouragement led me to get this book out before leaving for DC this weekend. When you said I should do it, I thought, alright, I have to do it! I do appreciate your help and positive comments.
I wanted to leave the share buttons off the cover page, to preserve a cleaner look, but keep them on the individual essays. Your question may make me reconsider for the cover. Also, I still plan to publish in basic ebook formats, though I don’t like to do business with Amazon that much. Web publication was a good start, and leaves it easy to reorder the essays if I like.
How are you doing lately? I don’t even know where this reply will go, but I’m typing it from WordPress…
Enough for now. Thanks again,