J. Jeffrey Philbrick grew up on Cape Cod and currently resides in North Carolina. He has been an avid camper and backpacker for decades. He has also been involved with the Boy Scouts of America for over 30 years. As a young man his first encounter with the Appalachian Trail was at the top of Mt. Katahdin in Maine with his fellow Sea Scouts. They also hiked sections of the A.T. in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. As an adult Mr. Philbrick has hiked all of the Trail in Georgia twice and section hiked about one third of the whole A.T in the states of North Carolina (except the Smokeys), Tennessee, Virginia, Massachusetts and Vermont. In the spring of 2013, Mr. Philbrick acquired the trail name “Snailpace” while attempting a thru-hike of the AT. He is currently researching and writing a book to be titled The Old A.T. - a Hiker's Guide to the Lost Appalachian Trail South of the Potomac River.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
Actually, I'm a primitive. When I'm not reading off a dead tree I do most of my reading on by desk top computer where I write my tomes. The closest I come to using any sort of e-reading device would be my I phone.
What book marketing techniques have been most effective for you?
Actually, I just got into e-publishing. So, I'll have the answer to that question once I've floundered around in deep waters for a while.
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