Neko Case - "I'm an Animal"
|New Mexico - White Sands National Park.|
A number of people have told me they don't want to say anything publicly about Losing My Religions because they don't want to be associated with some of the opinions expressed, or they work with some of the organizations. I understand, which is why the reviews on the book site are anonymous.
However, you can give the book a rating without subjecting yourself to the wrath of angry vegans or climate catastrophists! And ratings and reviews really help.
First, please click here.
Assuming you have an Amazon account, you'll see your name at the top:
Then choose your rating (and yes, you should lie ;-) and, if you'd like, write a review (And if you didn't buy a copy from Amazon, say you received an ARC - an Advanced Reader Copy*.):
So please submit a rating even if you haven't finished it yet. (Especially if you haven't finished yet!) It just takes a second and will really help more people see the book.
And once we pass 47 reviews, I'll finally shut the hell up.
Isn't that worth a few seconds of your time?
* Latest review at Amazon:
I received an ARC from Matt and love what he's written. His weaves a non-stop stream of energy, nostalgia, and purpose into a real yet funny read. Passages like the following are the norm, rather than exception, and keep me laughing and on my toes:
It might sound like I was rebellious, but in reality, I was an obedient Catholic boy, serving mass when others wouldn’t – even while sick, barfing in the vestibule. Like PETA co-founder Alex Pacheco a few years before me, I thought I might want to be a priest. (The local girls seemed to think I should be celibate.) Luckily, Father Ted looked me straight in the eyes and said, “No. No, you don’t.”
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