JE: We’ve mentioned Brad Listi’s The Nervous Breakdown a number of times here on the blog, and JR and I have been posting stuff at said kick-ass online-turned-real-life writers collective for a long while. TNB is a perfect place for debut and established writers to build their readerships, and maintain their profile. The array of writers who gather at TNB is dizzying, and every one of them has the same golden opportunity to sort out their demand the old-fashioned way: by writing great stuff, and interfacing with readers. Today, TNB rolls out 3.0, and it’s well worth checking out:
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THREE GUYS ONE BOOK originated as a way for three friends in the book business - Jason Chambers, Jason Rice and Dennis Haritou — to talk about books together. Featuring short reviews of stories and novels, publishing news, photography, and the popular 3G1B group discussion, the site launched in early 2008 with a conversation about Mark Sarvas’ Harry, Revised. In early 2009, Jonathan Evison, whose debut novel All About Lulu was another of the 3G1B early group efforts, accepted an invitation to become the mysterious “fourth guy.” Today, 3G1B has developed to include guest posts from writers and publishing personalities, extensive interviews, even more reviews, and most popularly, “conversations” in which the four guys opine on subjects such as ebooks, writing techniques, bookselling, p.r., and the future of publishing.