My new book, “33 Ways Not To Screw Up Your Journalism,” is now available on Amazon from Networlding Publishing.
To get it in the hands of as many readers as possible, the Kindle version is at no charge today and tomorrow.
For the following three days, it will cost 99 cents. After that, it returns to the regular $4.99 price. The paperback is $12.99.
It’s a succinct, authoritative handbook that delivers 33 essential tools, techniques and values at a time when democracy needs principled, quality journalism more than ever.
33 Ways is a survival manual for journalists and students, regardless of age, job, or level of experience, and their teachers.
Please feel free to share the link— https://www.amazon.com/Ways-Not-Screw-Your…/dp/B0B3QY3K64/
— with your family, friends, students, aspiring journos and colleagues.
“Chip Scanlan has all the journalism tools at his disposal–including a screwdriver. Grab it!”
– Roy Peter Clark, “Writing Tools,” The Poynter Institute.
Your opinion counts, too. Love it or not, leave a review on Amazon, please.
PS. Apologies for the earlier mixup. The free book was supposed to be available yesterday, but for a scheduling mixup on Amazon. Here’s a screenshot showing the free price now.