My new book, 99% True, is finished and I am getting set to publish it. It’s nearly 500 pages and covers a lot of ground including the formations of multiple companies, the failures and successes in my life: how I met HP, Arnie, Bascom, Ted, Noel Lee, and lots of great stories of audio setups around the world.
Of course, it wouldn’t be complete without all the crazy stories of debauchery, dope smokin’, snake eatin’, and my interactions with musicians like Elton John and Giorgio Moroder too. I hope it’s something you’ll enjoy reading, which brings me to my point.
Do people read books these days, or is that a thing of the past?
I will produce this memoir in both an audiobook as well as a published work, but I am curious as to the mix of how people consume literature these days. I’ll listen to an audiobook if I am on a road trip but, in general, I prefer a good book.
How about you?
(if you want to know more about the upcoming book, add your email address to my list at Paul McGowan.com and I’ll let you know when it’s ready and how to get in on something special).