I’m very pleased to say that Princeton has done a GREAT cover for my upcoming book. My editor just emailed me the file.

You know, somehow I never imagined that my name would end up under that particular picture.

You’ll note, by the way, that after we considered all the subtitles you so kindly provided, PUP ended up keeping my original subtitle. Sorry! But I had a GREAT time reading all the suggestions….

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  • dangermom

    Woo, I love it! You could hardly get a better cover.

  • Lori

    Yes, I would imagine that you couldn’t have predicted that at all. Nice cover. When does it come out again? In time for the election, I hope. 🙂

  • Amy Storms

    That is great!! Congratulations.

  • elise

    I love it.

  • Valerie in Chicago

    Looking forward to reading it! Congratulations!!!

  • Trish

    That is awesome! I can’t wait to read it.

  • Tammy

    I can’t wait to read it!

  • Beth S

    If the Democratic Presidential Nominee has not been chosen by the book’s release date, you may have a chance to influence history . . . !

  • Jenny

    Question: is it too late for you to add Governor Spitzer to your list?? 🙂

    No, seriously, you should keep offering revised editions of this book over time so that you can add future grovelors, like Governor Spitzer (saw it in the news today!). I think this book should be a staple of Communications and Political Science courses, so like any good textbook author, you have to keep revising it anyway to keep profits high and prevent students from saving money by buying it second-hand! 😉

    Great job–I’m excited to buy your book!

  • Valerie in Chicago

    Errrrrrr…… I can’t be the only one to see the irony of the timing considering today’s news from NY, right?

  • Kimber

    Congratulations! It looks fantastic! But I can’t help but wonder–what will Bill think?

  • Demetria

    LOVE IT! I can’t wait to get my hands on this one…

  • Marsha

    Oooh…I see I’m not the only one who thought of you and your book after listening to Gov. Spitzer’s rather short press conference.

    Oh, and I’ve been thinking of you, too (I say this like we know each other, which we don’t, but that doesn’t stop me), because of the terracotta soldiers coming to D.C. next year. My son has moved onto more recent time periods but your account of those soldiers has stayed with him and I will now have to endure 18 months of nagging before that exhibit opens. There are worse things for one’s children to nag about, I know, so I am comforted by that.

  • A Circle of Quiet

    Wow — which is the deeper red — the face or the stripes? It’s pretty close (-:

    Unfortunately, to keep up with the public grovel, you will have to do rewrites on a regular basis, won’t you?

    So glad that PUP is treating you well.


  • PariSarah

    Oh, looks terrific!

  • tonya

    a rewrite of this particular book might not be necessary- since the twentieth century has been over for a while…maybe the twenty-first century decade by decade 🙂

  • sylvia

    I was thinking about your book when I read about Hilary’s public apologies the other day. I thought you must have gotten a giggle out of that!

  • suzanne

    I can’t believe that I am commenting for the 1st time on this topic!

    I never thought that I would read a book with Bill Clinton on the cover. I will be sure to keep this out of the school room.

    All the best.

  • Wendy WH

    Susan, yours will probably be the only book I ever own, or consider owning, with his likeness. Congratulations and best wishes for the book’s success.

  • Amy loves Bud

    Wow! That is a *perfect* cover. And, well, you couldn’t have asked for better timing, LOL!

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