1. I just learned from HarperCollins that The Race for Paris has received the David J. Langum, Sr. Prize for American Historical Fiction Honorary Mention--the only book to receive this honor for 2015. Prior-year honoraries include Pulitzer Prize winner Geraldine Brooks. Pretty humbling...
I also want you to be the first to see the The Race for Paris paperback cover! It looks a lot like the hardcover, and it's not final till it's final, but I love what they've done. (It has that lovely "National Bestseller" on it.)
The paperback doesn't come out until August, but I'll be getting around the country for more events starting next month. There's a regularly updated schedule on my website, and we're still adding events. I hope you'll join me if I get to your neck of the woods; I love being virtually connected, but there is nothing like being able to say hello in person.
2. Congrats to B7 author Ann Bridges. Silicon Valley novel Private Offerings makes WealthManagement Magazine's Top 10 List of Business Books in 2015: "This novel captures the intensity of the Silicon Valley business world and its arcane financial practices with appealing characters, unrelenting action and depictions of high finance and corporate boardroom dynamics that ring true." ~ John Kador
Use this link to read the entire article, published 12/21/15 on wealthmanagement.com>> http://wealthmanagement.com/in…/10-best-business-books-2015…
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