Tag: ted savas

  • Book Trailers: An Interview with Managing Director Theodore P. Savas

    Q: Savas Beatie has been developing many new avenues for promoting its business. How did the idea of incorporating book trailers come about? A: Some time ago I got the idea watching a movie trailer one day, and Sarah Keeney and I began exploring the concept, and discovered that some of the bigger companies were […]

  • Check out The Maps of Chickamauga “Book Trailer” by Savas-Beatie

    Civil War book publisher Ted Savas of Savas-Beatie Publishing is an incredibly web savvy entrepreneur.  Look no further than Savas-Beatie’s new “book trailer” concept.  The idea is simple.  Publish “book trailers” on YouTube which let prospective buyers see the book in a way which is not possible in a book review or preview in text.  […]

  • Odds & Ends: July 25, 2008

    It’s been a little while since our last Odds & Ends, so I figured it was high time we took another look around the Civil War blogosphere and also skim through other Civil War related items of interest.  We’ll tackle the Civil War blogs today and have a bonus Odds & Ends on Saturday dealing […]

  • Savas Beatie Offers Up Some Interesting Battle Studies

    I read Ted Savas’ recent post alluding to some upcoming titles in the Savas Beatie catalog. Among these are Lance Herdegen’s “Those Damn Blackhats!” The Iron Brigade at Gettysburg (due out in the Spring of 2009) and a battle study of South Mountain. What really interested me was the following: I am anxious to share […]

  • Savas Beatie Planning a Civil War Atlas Series

    Is publisher Savas Beatie planning a Civil War Atlas series based on The Maps of Gettysburg? It certainly looks that way to me after I stumbled on a post on Ted Savas’ blog A Publisher’s Perspective. This is very good news in my opinion. Ted goes on to mention The Maps of Chickamauga as a […]