New York Times bestseller list, and an updated tour schedule

Dear Loyal Readers, No, not a bonus blog today — sorry!  But a link to the New York Times bestseller list — in case anyone thinks I was making it up! — and an updated tour schedule for the rest of 2011.  We still have a few blanks to fill in — a few locations […]

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Singing the praises of an unsung hero named Chalmers Elliott

Dear Loyal Readers, On Sunday, “Three and Out” will debut in the New York Times Bestseller list at #6!  I thought we had a shot, but I was surprised to learn it would be that high.  Obviously, this did not happen in a vacuum, and the book itself — good, bad or ugly, you tell […]

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“Three and Out” Interview podcasts and excerpts

Hello Loyal Readers, Here you go – more interviews and excerpts. Can you have too much Bacon?  We’re going to find out! The LAST excerpt of “Three and Out,” anywhere, anyhow. Rodriguez at a low point between losses in 2009, in MGoBlog: http://mgoblog.com/content/three-and-out-excerptThe last of five excerpts from “Three and Out” in The Detroit News: […]

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“Three and Out” in a nutshell

Hello Loyal Readers! Many of you have already read the excerpts and reviews I’ve sent out (with more to come, including a few podcasts from radio and TV interviews), so the following synopsis of the approach and results of the book might not come as news.  But hey, it’s book launch week, and as my […]

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Reviews, excerpts and stories on “Three and Out”

Dear Loyal Readers, It’s been a very busy week already — and it’s only Tuesday!  I suspect you fine folks have a lot to do with that, as “Three and Out” has debuted at #24 overall on amazon.com.  So, THANK YOU! Insofar as I imagine the book’s most loyal readers are the Loyal Readers I […]

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Third and Final Round of Q&A: What’s Next for JUB, and UM, and What Does “Michigan Man” Mean Anymore?

6.  WHAT NEXT FOR YOU? “What books are you going to write about now that Michigan won’t let you within a mile of any of their programs anymore?  I mean, it’s not easy to piss off everybody.” This, I loved.  Not only did I find your questions intelligent, they were often quite funny.  More power […]

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