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Robert Morris
Bob Morris joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how technology and social evolution is changing what is relevant to readers going forward.
Robert Morris
Robert Morris joins Jim Blasingame to reveal his thoughts on the kind of changes authors and publishers will have to make to get business people to read more business books.
Robert Morris
Bob Morris joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the sociological and technical influences on the future of books, especially non-fiction.
Bill Treasurer
Bill Treasurer joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how he used leadership characteristics to write the first and second editions of his book on leadership.
Dan Poynter
Dan Poynter joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the power of telling stories can be the foundation of your first book.
Dan Poynter
Dan Poynter joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how he's written 130 books, all about thing he knows, and how you can do the same thing with your first book.
Wally Bock
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the impact of digital platforms and the explosion of information on the internet on the future of the non-fiction book, especially business books.
Wally Bock
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the evolution of our relationship with physical books, and what the future will hold for this iconic citizen of civilization.
Robert Grede
Rob Grede joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the parameters that dictate whether your customer publication should be delivered in print or digitally, or maybe both.
Guy Sorman
A new magazine focused on natives of France living in the U.S. Guy Sorman joins Jim Blasingame to reveal his plans to launch a print magazine that serves the 500,000 French natives living in the U.S.

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