In October 1998, More Than Words Can Say: The Ink Spots And Their Music became available from Scarecrow Press of Lanham MD.
* Finalist *
1999 ARSC (Association For Recorded Sound Collections)
Award for Excellence in Historical Recorded Sound Research.
* Finalist *
Tenth annual Ralph J. Gleason Music Book Awards (1999).
* * ADDITIONS, CORRECTIONS, & OTHER SITES * *
Here are some
additions and corrections
that I've accumulated over the years.
Jack Hanna's Original Ink Spots site.
Greg Centamore's Ink Spots Evolution site.
» NOW IT'S YOUR TURN «
Scarecrow Press usually sells their works to libraries and schools
(you won't find this one at your local bookstore). Here's how to
contact the publisher:
4720 Boston Way
Lanham, Maryland 20706
Or go to their
and order it online.
Remember, it can't be a Number 1 best-seller without your support!!!
It's also available from Amazon.com! If you'd like to
order it from them, just go to
Unca Marvy's Famous Book.
It started off life on Amazon as their 948,602nd best seller (Unca Marvy
made it to the Top Million!!!). As of December 1, 1998 it had moved up all
the way to 766,990. (Big cheer!!!) Then (wow!) to 581,009 on January 1.
Wait, wait, it gets better: on Febuary 1, 1999 it had risen to 392,040 on
its inexorable climb to Number 1. And now [pause for drum roll],
on February 15, it's all the way up to 94,973 (that's an increase of 845,949
positions in only 3½ months; Hemingway, eat your heart out).
Bless you all.
For those of you who prefer, you can also get it online at
(Once upon a time, Barnes & Noble listed it as a Reader's Catalog Selection
["The 40,000+ best books in print" <motto: "If you only buy 40,000 books
* * REAL REVIEWS!!! * *
had to say about my book in the
New York Daily News.
Andrea Siegel's review, which ran in the Winter/Spring 2001 edition of