The day after I got off the plane from my appearance at the St. Louis Jewish Book Festival (Nov. 6), my wife and I got on a plane for Paris (France, not Texas), an extension of our 25th anniversary celebration. We did the usual touristy things, but I also had the opportunity to visit the […]
(Just substitute 501 Baseball Books Fans Must Read before They Die for “a new book.” Thank you.)
I don’t do this too often, look at how the book is doing via Amazon’s convoluted ranking system. Early on I might check it once every couple of days and was thrilled by how well it was doing, ranking as high as 9,005 among all books. And I know the window is relatively brief, that […]
The latest author Q&A for “501 Baseball Books” is now up on the site: Tom Stanton, author of The Final Season: Fathers, Sons, and One Last Season in a Classic American Ballpark and The Road to Cooperstown: A Father, Two Sons, and the Journey of a Lifetime (Thomas Dunne Books).
Happy new year, everybody. Best wishes for a healthy and contented 2013. Now that the writing and production part of 501 is over, I hope to bring more fun interviews, features, and reviews. AND… New Year, new book, new blog. I just launched the stand-alone site for 501. Please visit it and like it on […]