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inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #51 of 68: be a straw (dwaite) Mon 15 Nov 99 09:25
    
gotta get out here to Chicago to sell your book!
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #52 of 68: an alternative mike in the theatre of the mind (jberger) Thu 18 Nov 99 13:05
    
We got an order from our book distributor this morning that put us into the
sold-out first printing category!!! Save those first editions, folks;
they're collectors editions now!
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #53 of 68: Reva Basch (reva) Fri 19 Nov 99 08:56
    
Excellent work, Amy.
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #54 of 68: an alternative mike in the theatre of the mind (jberger) Fri 24 Dec 99 09:50
    
We received our first copy of the second edition yesterday, with the rest
sitting on a UPS truck somewhere in the Midwest.  Some slight modifications
to the cover, and a few typos corrected.
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #55 of 68: an alternative mike in the theatre of the mind (jberger) Sat 8 Jan 00 22:48
    
Amy continues to be a self-running publicity machine.  She had an article
about her (and the book) in Friday's Fremont Bulletin, which included a
picture of the book above the masthead on the front page.

Amy will also be doing some local appearances soon: a local writer's
workshop at Barnes and Noble in Fremont on Jan 13th at 7:30 pm, and a
workshop on writing creative non-fiction at the Learning Annex at 291
Geary Street, #510, San Francisco, on March 2nd at 6:30 pm.
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #56 of 68: Linda Castellani (castle) Sat 8 Jan 00 23:55
    

Good for her!  She's selling books and making a name for herself!
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #57 of 68: an alternative mike in the theatre of the mind (jberger) Tue 11 Jan 00 11:01
    
More late-breaking news -- Amy will be interviewed this evening on the
radio.  1220 AM is the station, 7:00 pm is the time.
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #58 of 68: Linda Castellani (castle) Tue 11 Jan 00 13:32
    

What city?
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #59 of 68: an alternative mike in the theatre of the mind (jberger) Tue 11 Jan 00 13:46
    
It's a bay area station; their studio is down near the San Jose airport.  I
had some trouble picking them up last night when I was in Pleasanton, but
they came in fine on the bay side of the hills.
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #60 of 68: Linda Castellani (castle) Tue 11 Jan 00 13:49
    

Thanks!
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #61 of 68: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Thu 13 Jan 00 14:11
    
So how did Amy's interview go, jberger?
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #62 of 68: an alternative mike in the theatre of the mind (jberger) Thu 13 Jan 00 14:32
    
It went quite well - the host is interested in bringing her back for another
interview with some other guests.  It tended toward the more serious
aspects, rather than humorous, and she managed to 'zing' Amy with a question
or two regarding the differences in compensation packages between men and
women (men's had traditionally been more likely to include stock options;
women's less so until recently).

Amy sounded so smooth and professional that I didn't recognize her at
first!  

She's also conducting a writing workshop at Barnes and Noble in Fremont
tonight, for a writer's group that meets there about once a month.
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #63 of 68: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Fri 14 Jan 00 14:53
    
That's great! Please offer my congratulations to Amy.
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #64 of 68: you *might* get a cosmic Rush Limbaugh (jberger) Mon 14 Feb 00 11:43
    
Passing on email from Amy (yes, i get email from my wife!):

Dear Colleagues, Friends, Relatives, Associates:

Happy Valentines Day!  I hope this day and year
are filled with all good things for you and yours.

Here are two upcoming events you may want to know about
regarding my humor book for working folks,
The Twenty Year Itch: Confessions of a Corporate Warrior.
(ISBN 0-9665915-0-X):

-Local authors showcase/booksigning at Printers Ink Bookstore,
Wednesday March 1st at 7:30pm.  310 California Avenue,
Palo Alto, CA. 650-327-6500. THEME: Energizing books about
career-building and the working life!

-Workshop entitled "How To Write Creative Nonfiction"
at The Learning Annex; Thursday March 2nd,
6:30pm; 291 Geary St. Suite 510; San Francisco,CA
415-788-5500.

As always, your support is appreciated!
Amy Berger
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #65 of 68: you *might* get a cosmic Rush Limbaugh (jberger) Thu 10 Aug 00 14:53
    
Amy will be featured on CNNfn's "Business Unusual" on August 11th, at 8:30
pm EDT, 5:30 pm PDT.  If anyone can tape this and send me a copy, I would
greatly appreciate it, as our cable system doesn't carry CNNfn.
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #66 of 68: David Gans (tnf) Mon 20 Nov 00 09:59
    


Amy Berger wrote a very brave piece about her late grandmother in the San
Jose Mercury News:

<http://www0.mercurycenter.com/premium/arts/docs/berger.htm>
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #67 of 68: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Mon 20 Nov 00 12:33
    

A lovely, loving tribute indeed. Good work, Amy!
  
inkwell.vue.49 : Amy Berger's Twenty Year Itch
permalink #68 of 68: Gordon Taylor (warfrat) Tue 21 Nov 00 15:18
    
Wonderful!
  



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