I read for pleasure for an hour every evening (I don’t watch tv except for Top Chef, so I have time to do this) and right now I am rereading Michael Korda’s ANOTHER LIFE, published in 1999. Korda, a really lovely and gracious man and a terrific writer, wrote the memoir about his life in publishing, and I am not surprised to be enjoying it as much as I did the first time and realizing that it is still relevant ten years later. For a terrific education in publishing, this really is a must read, and I want to hear reports from all of you when you have done so. Or if you’ve read it already, please tell me about it: nothing is more fun than sharing the enjoyment of a great read.
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