Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Blogger and media specialist team up to keep you entertained.
What happens when two former college roommates team up and utilize their extensive media experience and humor? A radio show, of course. "Frankly, We Missed the Mark" is a new radio show on WCAP out of Lowell, featuring Frank McCabe of North Andover and Mark Rogers of Weymouth. The show airs every Thursday night from 7 to 9 p.m. You may know McCabe from his blog, "Can I Be Frank?" and his new book by the same title. He also has more than 15 years of experience in marketing, communications, public relations and sales and co-founded The Beacon Group. He currently works in the renewable energy sector and is writing a screenplay titled "St. Patrick’s Day" as well as his second installment of "Can I Be Frank?" Rogers is founder and CEO of …
Thursday, December 13, 2012
The local Patch blogger has released a humorous book.
Looking for a funny book to read or give as a present this holiday season as well as the chance to meet a local author? You're in luck. Local blogger Frank McCabe will be at Jaime's Restaurant tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. selling autographed copies of his new book, Can I Be Frank?: An Auto-BLOG-raphy. The book is a collection of McCabe's blog postings, which focus on the humor of being a 21st century suburban middle class dad. McCabe self-published the book in June, after two years of writing and six months of editing and compiling and help from professionals.
Friday, June 22, 2012
It's a compilation of two years of humorous blogs.
Sometimes an everyday man breaks out of his average suburban life. But sometimes, he embraces it and shares it with the world. Frank McCabe, a middle class dad who blogs for Patch, has compiled many of his writings into a book, "Can I Be Frank? An Auto-BLOG-graphy." After two years of writing, six months of editing and compiling and help from professionals, McCabe self-published the book, which went on sale June 6 and is available at Amazon.com. "Can I Be Frank? An Auto-BLOG-raphy" is a collection of musings on McCabe's life, largely from his popular blog, "Can I Be Frank?" The book is largely made up of published blog posts, but about 40 percent is stuff people haven't seen, McCabe said. "I think it's a story about the everyman, it's …