I must admit I felt a bit like Mick (Crocodile Dundee).
I got a phone call the other day.
I was driving along a dusty track down by Bunyip Creek.
I stopped at a rusty gate, and flanked by hayed off setaria grass and a big old red gum, I took the call.
It was from New York, and between Wall Street and Bunyip Creek a conversation took place.
Keisha was from a book agency whose talent scouts had given ‘The Below Ten Thousand Way’ a 4.6 star rating out of 5.
“Would you be interested in bringing your book rights across to our agency?”
That was an easy no.
The IndieMosh team, the book and I have a synergistic relationship worth more than mere money. And the low cost we agreed upon is aimed at reach and idea spread, not greenback bread.
Still, it was nice to have a short yarn, and I’ll take those 4.6 stars!