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Giants Win! Giants Win!

Okay readers, don’t get too bent out of shape, this is not a sports article about why I loved seeing the Giants win (or better yet, having Tom Brady lose).   Earlier in the week there was an interesting article on slow publishing times due to the mass amount of marketing needed to have a successful book.   With the Giants winning last night, and the marketing engine at full speed, the first book to capitalize could be one by Skyhorse Publishing.   Publishers Weekly says author Ralph Vacchiano by be the “first out of the gate with a book appraising the 27-year old’s remarkable transit to Super Bowl MVP with The Making of a Quarterback:   The Turbulent Triumph of Eli Manning and the New York Giants.”

After reading the article by Publishers Weekly sports fans may find Ralph’s work very interesting.

Via Publishers Weekly

Ned Litte

is Jane's long suffering husband who enjoys high fantasy novels and the occasional romance that Jane disguises as a fantasy book. He is also the photographer and artist of the multimedia reviews here at Dear Author.

3 Comments

  1. Shannon Stacey
    Feb 04, 2008 @ 16:37:20

    Geez, it was ONE Superbowl.

    Srsly.

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  2. (Jān)
    Feb 04, 2008 @ 22:44:21

    But a pretty amazing one. And watching his last drives down the field you felt like something was happening that was a culmination of the entire Giants’ season, like a coming of age. It was the first Superbowl that riveted me to the television in a long, long time.

    I’m sure the publishers are thrilled at the win. Of course, I’d bet there were a couple of Brady / Pats book publishers out there that aren’t too happy.

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  3. Janine
    Feb 06, 2008 @ 10:43:53

    One more Superbowl I couldn’t get into, though I admit it was less boring than most. I also had to cheer up my guy, who is a Patriots fan. :(

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