| David Gane

Something for the teachers

While on my road trip up north a few weeks ago, I was listening to Ryan Holiday speak on The Art of Charm and he gave me a fantastic idea.

On his first book, Growth Hacker Marketing, he offered college professors who assigned his book as reading, Holiday would do a Skype Q&A with the entire class, answering any questions they might have.

So Ang and I have decided to make a similar offer. If you are a teacher who assigns Along Comes a Wolfe or our upcoming sequel Shepherd's Watch as required reading for your class, we'll do up to a one hour session of either:

  • a Skype or Facetime Q&A call
  • or send you a video of us answering questions from your students.
  • of if the fates align, we'll visit your classroom for a live Q&A session.[1]

We'll answer any questions you may have about the collaboration, the writing process, or specific answers about the script (of course, spoiler-free about the events to come in future books).

If this is something that interests you, contact us.

  1. Unfortunately, Ang and Dave's schedules don't often work out for the video call or a classroom visit. ↩︎

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