compensation: We'll talk about it, O.K. I'm more than fair, if nothing else.
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We're releasing the audio book before we even put out advance copies for review; an audio book with music and soundscape, a new style of the craft that Audible, etc. won't go for. And that's good news for us, as long as we can reach our target market, for the audio and the site, and consequently the book. Obviously a popular audio book will help sales of the actual book soar, or at least engender serious interest from the major publishing houses. I've got one fella editing, etc., another producing, etc., both in their late twenties, super sharp and in it for the enterprise more than the buck. I'm the shaggy author who was born too late to hang with the Beats, but not too late to be The Drunken Tourist, my best known work to date. But what's the use of putting out something great if we can't identify the target market and reel them in? We need the practical radical in the bunch. The right guy or girl that can deliver our prospective audience to the offering. And when you do, this is a book that will sell, despite the irreverence of subject matter and content. In fact, that might very well help it along. NO corporate or conglomerate offers considered, remote or not. NYC only for all independents out there. We'll talk short term money and long term royalty percentages after you read a bit of what I've got and I hear a bit about yourself and your ideas on this.
Thank you and continued success,
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