Neil Gaiman making me (gulp) read comics

Neil Gaiman making me (gulp) read comics

Neil Gaiman making me (gulp) read comics Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 7 March 2017 But Neil Gaiman is more than that My oldest son, God bless him, remains a fan of comic books to this day, especially those written by Neil Gaiman. Unlike his old man who...
Fake News. Survivalists. No thank you.

Fake News. Survivalists. No thank you.

Fake News and Survivalists. I’m Scared. Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 26 January 2017 Fake News and The End of Everything Survivalists have always seemed on the outside looking in to me. Fake news and alternative facts never seemed really dangerous...
Stephen King is the market leader of terror

Stephen King is the market leader of terror

Stephen King is the market leader of terror Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 8 March 2016 Check out 11.22.63 Just as a forewarning, the following blog is about the master of horror, Stephen King. But you should have a preface before I dive right into him....
The legacy of Harper Lee

The legacy of Harper Lee

Last week, America lost a literary icon. Harper Lee, the author of the Pulitzer-Prize winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird, died at the age of 89 in Monroeville, Alabama. Her first novel, published in 1960, has left an indelible imprint on our culture — it did for me —...
Amazon reviews: Fact or Fiction?

Amazon reviews: Fact or Fiction?

Here are two of my favorite things to do, as I am lay awake in bed: The first is to visit the Amazon App on my iPad and check out the “Deals of the Day.” While the deals aren’t anything to write home about most of the time, there are those rare...
Go Set a Watchman, explaining the outrage

Go Set a Watchman, explaining the outrage

I can understand the outrage but I’m waiting until I read Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman before I make a judgment. As you may have heard, Lee’s follow up to her classic To Kill a Mockingbird will be released tomorrow amid reviews that state that the newest book,...
I wish Hollywood would leave Dr. Seuss alone

I wish Hollywood would leave Dr. Seuss alone

I wish Hollywood would leave Dr. Seuss alone Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 9 March 2012 Although I’d be fine with it if Hollywood wouldn’t bland Dr. Seuss out Trust me. I’ll get to Dr. Seuss in a moment. First, a quick aside: My oldest...
A Salute to Ken Kesey: A Branding Pioneer

A Salute to Ken Kesey: A Branding Pioneer

A Salute to Ken Kesey: A Branding Pioneer Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 2 February 2012 Ken Kesey was as unique as his novels On hearing the news that classic novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest from Ken Kesey turned 50 this week, it meant something...