|If you decide to write a book — especially your first — chances are you’d like good reviews, to boost book sales if for no other reason. The dilemma: how to get them. |
In the pursuit of this estimable goal, a fledgling author might choose to write a brilliant book — this requires talent. He might try living an interesting life — this requires luck. Or, if you are Ari Fleischer, you write your memoirs in such a way that you pre-spin the spin by critiquing the very people writing the review — this requires practice.
Q: Do you miss sparring with the White House press corps?
Q: What are the differences between working for people like former Ways and Means Chairman Bill Archer (R-Texas) and then-presidential candidate Elizabeth Dole and the president?
Q: What was it like to deal with members of the foreign press?
Q: What was it like being Jewish and working for such a Christian administration — was it ever an issue?
Q: Best White House moment?
Q: What do you think of the Jeff Gannon situation?