“Bill Haney’s What They Were Thinking had me totally mesmerized. A brilliant work… real genius in the way it’s written. I felt like i was right there, sitting next to Elmore Leonard, or Denise Ilitch, or Ron Monchak, or any of those intriguing men and women. Amazing and absolutely first rate.”
-Paul E. Stawski, award winning author,
Both Sides, Volume 1 of a trilogy
Bill’s latest book offers rare insights into Michigan men and women who made a real difference. You can order it directly online by clicking on the
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William Valentine “Bill” Haney (born September 26, 1936) is an American author, book publisher, journalist, and consultant on publishing, organizational management and communication, and public relations. He has been involved in more than 400 books as publisher, author, co-author, ghost writer, or editor since 1967. He previously had management roles in U.S. military and space programs and in worldwide marketing communications companies.
Bill Haney lives with his wife, Marcy, in the bucolic countryside of north Oakland County. After careers in the aerospace industry, academia, business and book publishing, he tried retirement three times and failed miserably. He continues to write original works and to consult in management, communications and book publishing, having chosen to wear out rather than rust out, and at that he seems to be succeeding quite well.