Michael Levin Predicts The Fall Of Books In His Book Google to Gutenberg

Michael Levin, author of GOOGLE TO GUTENBERG

Michael Levin is a New York Times best-selling author. He has co-written, edited, or created an astonishing 90+ books, of which eight are national best sellers, including one New York Times bestseller.

Steven Soderbergh/Paramount, HBO, Disney, ABC, and others have optioned five of Michael’s published works for film or TV.  One of his own novels became Model Behavior, an ABC Sunday night Disney movie of the week.

He has also contributed to the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, the Boston Globe, the Jerusalem Post, Writers Digest, and CBS News in addition to his books.

Michael Levin is an Amherst College graduate and Columbia Law School-trained attorney. Michael is married, has four children and lives in Orange County, CA.

He has run three Boston Marathons since 2005, ran the 2010 New York City Marathon as a guide runner for a disabled runner, and has completed several dozen other long distance races and triathlons.

Michael is an “11 gallon man,” having donated more than 90 units of blood to the American Red Cross.

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