On editing, editors and the truth in fiction

A lot of writers cast editors as the bad guys, the kill-joys. Clods who stomp all over our brilliant linguistic trills. It’s always perplexed me because, in my writing life, editors are the unsung heroes. I’ve weathered mismatches, sure, editors who saw themselves as sausage-makers. Who didn’t have the time, or the ear, or the knowledge of a topic that …

The Backstory…and What We’re Reading

I started Clyde Hill Publishing in 2013 because I’m really bad at small talk. When I turned 50, it occurred to me that meandering conversations about sports, family and weather left me feeling empty. I’m as much a sports fan, family man and weather nut as anyone, but talking about them is fleeting. Talking about books, however, brings ideas to …

Debut Novel Explores Power, Greed in New England’s Fishing Past

Seattle Publisher Announces Bradley Bagshaw’s Must-Read Tale for Summer 2018 SEATTLE, May 22, 2018 – Clyde Hill Publishing, an independent press in Seattle, announced today that Gloucester, Mass. native Bradley Bagshaw’s debut novel, Georges Bank, will be published June 12, 2018. A work of historical fiction, Georges Bank is written in the timeless tradition of such maritime novels as C.S. …

Clyde Hill Publishing Announces Release of The Amazon Way on IoT: 10 Principles for Every Leader from the World’s Leading Internet of Things Strategies

Author John Rossman reveals how to develop your IoT strategy through a study of Amazon’s approach  BELLEVUE, WA, Nov. 15, 2016 — Clyde Hill Publishing announced today the availability of The Amazon Way on IoT: 10 Principles for Every Leader from the World’s Leading Internet of Things Strategies. It is the second in a series of The Amazon Way strategy books by John …