“You have a small window to make a splash,” she said. “I spent seven years writing this book, so I’ll be damned if I’m just going to let this moment slip away.” – Jennifer Miller talks to The Brooklyn Paper about the back to basics approach she’s been using to sell her book, The Year of the Gadfly.
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