WBTA More Than Just Another Funny Face, Says This Guy

A new review of WBTA by Mike Debowski explains why the book made an even bigger impression on him than his funny book about cats did. Seriously, it's a thoughtful and nicely-written review, if I might say so myself, ... Read more »

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A New Review in Christian Century

The most detailed review yet of WBTA appeared last week in the venerable (founded 1884) "progressive, ecumenical magazine based in Chicago" called The Christian Century, which is dedicated to exploring "what it means to believe and live out the Christian ... Read more »

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Possibly the First Ever Infographic on a Tie

Infographics are all the rage in publishing, but I think slapping one on a tie, like this one does, might be a first. I'm not sure how much traditional "information" as we think of it (as in ice cold ... Read more »

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Kirkus Reviews WBTA

The takeaway lines being, in case you miss them, "A fine mix of pathos and hilarity.... An unvarnished, mostly bewildered and touchingly human memoir." I especially like the "mostly bewildered" part. Read Review.

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The First Official Review, From Publishers Weekly

The first official review of WBTA is in, and it bestowed a gold star, right on the forehead. Yes, that's what Publishers Weekly gives to books that were quiet during class and did all their work and that the teacher ... Read more »

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