Making Book

Grossmann, John
August 2002
Inc.;Aug2002, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p46
Provides information on the passion of executive Ken Merrell in writing novels. Sacrifices done by Merrell to complete his first book; Campaign used by Merrell wherein he gave away his first novel 'The Landlord'; Second novel written by Merrell.


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