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I took the time to write a whole book, and where do you start? The back cover. Are we living in Israel? That's not the way people read. It's okay. We knew you'd do that, and the debate we had on what to put back here was arduous. Reviews? You need a pretentious review? Fine.

"Keith Malley stands out as a new, fresh, leading author with honest talk and a smart style. Seriously: Arduous? Brilliant!" ()

We thought about a picture for the back. A nice snowman. Who doesn't like snowmen? Maybe a black snowman. It grabs your attention. Then we heard how much more we'd have to pay the artist for a back cover. I tried to explain that it wasn't a separate cover he was making, but rather an extension of the same front cover we agreed on. No dice. Boo that ess. So, instead, do me a favor and just think of your favorite album cover. Let's pretend I chose that. Now that you see everything you like in a back cover, go buy the book. Seriously, think about the last few things you spent your money on. I have to impress you?

©2010 Keith and The Girl (P)2011 Keith and The Girl

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