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Guy LeCharles Gonzalez

Guy LeCharles Gonzalez

Guy LeCharles Gonzalez works in publishing by day, world domination by night.
Mistborn: The Final Empire (Mistborn, #1) -
The King of New Orleans: How the Junkyard Dog Became Professional Wrestling's First Black Superhero -
Fables: Inherit the Wind (Fables, #17) -
Dark Rain: A New Orleans Story -
Sweets: A New Orleans Crime Story -
The Unbearable Stiffness of Formal Poetry and Writing for the Page -
Re: The Lens takes 1st-place awards at annual journalism competition -
"Congratulations! Keep up the great work." - Guy LeCharles Gonzalez
Blackbirds (Miriam Black, #1) -
Beyond Grimm: Tales Newly Twisted -
Penguin’s Modest Self-Publishing Gamble -
No Crystal Stair: A Documentary Novel of the Life and Work of Lewis Michaux, Harlem Bookseller -
The C-Word: Change (aka, GOOD Puts Context Before Containers) -
Random Thoughts on a Summer Friday (In Which I’ve Buried the Lede) -
More Martian Tales - Thuvia, Maid of Mars and The Chessmen of Mars (Barsoom, #4-5) -
Re: Yes, E-mail Still Works for Book Marketing -
"I think it speaks to social media's "soft" connections, literally and as it relates to volume, plus (as in your first example), one of focus. On Twitter, ~80% of what I post is publishing-related, so the occasional personal tweet can seemingly come out of left field and likely be missed. A personal email to someone you have a relationship with is always going to be more effective, as long as it's used selectively. And for marketing in general, Godin's "permission marketing" is still one of the most relevant concepts people need to understand, and one of Amazon's major strengths. Email is far from dead." - Guy LeCharles Gonzalez
Something Wicked This Way Comes -
Why DRM is a Toothless Boogeyman, Ebooks are like Video Games, and Amazon is the Winner -
Lightbringers and Rainmakers -
Rethinking Engagement: Facebook and Permission Marketing -
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