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10/23/2003 Archived Entry: "Signing a contract for a new book"

I'M SIGNING A CONTRACT TODAY FOR A NEW BOOK. Tentative title: Self-Liberation 101. This'll be nothing like 101 Things to Do 'Til the Revolution and Don't Shoot the Bastards (Yet) -- which it replaces. But like 101 Things it will be a sort of primer you can hand to your "ohmigod what do I do NOW?" friends and family members. (I hope it'll have enough amusing or discordian overtones, and enough useful resources, for you Faithful Libertarian Readers, too.)

That's the plan, anyway. But books take on a life of their own as they get written. So for all I know at this point it might end up being a paean of praise to John Ashcroft with a little hagiography of G.W. Bush thrown in.

Well, probably not that. But you know what I mean. Books write themselves. They sometimes say what they want to say, not what the writer intends.

Posted by Claire @ 08:32 AM CST

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