They've found a cure for Ebola! Well, okay, not a cure, but a palliative. Quoth the Instapundit:
If there's a major epidemic, you might be better off locking yourself in a room with a bunch of pedialyte.
But also keep a copy of Mark Steyn's brand-new book, The [Un]documented Mark Steyn, so that you can at least die laughing.
-just in case you needed a public-health rationale to buy the book.
The [Un]documented Mark Steyn is released in America and Canada on Monday, so I'll be hitting the ol' promotional trail pretty extensively in the days ahead:
~On Sunday, there'll be an excerpt of the book in The New York Post.
~On Monday, I'll be launching the book in the US with Sean Hannity on the radio.
~On Tuesday, I'll be launching the book in Canada with my fellow freespeecher Ezra Levant on the telly.
~Also in launch week, I'll be swinging by Dennis Miller, Fox & Friends, Mark Levin, Bill Bennett, Mike Gallagher, Neil Cavuto, Janet Mefferd, Michael Medved, C-SPAN, Brian Lilley, Dennis Prager and many more. I'll also be making a special one-hour appearance with my old chum Hugh Hewitt. You can find full details of my TV and radio appearances every day in our "On The Air" box on the right-hand side of this page.
~On Saturday, I'll be live on stage in Chicago for the Freedom Summit with Sean, Dana Loesch, Bobby Jindal, Katie Pavlich, Big John & Amy and more. There'll be a book signing afterwards, so if you're in that neck of the woods hope to see you there. Full details here.
~My first print interview for the book was conducted by none other than Rush Limbaugh:
On the air, Limbaugh told his audience that he was intrigued by one of Steyn's statements in particular: "Steyn said, 'You cannot have a conservative government with a liberal culture...'"
You can read more in the next edition of The Limbaugh Letter. If you were thinking of subscribing, now's the time.
Like almost every other author, I moan and whine about book-plugging as the big day looms, but I always quite enjoy it once I'm in the swing of it. Check in with us daily for updates on where I'll be and what's happening. And don't forget the book itself is widely available at all good stores -try Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million south of the border, and Indigo-Chapters and McNally-Robinson north thereof. At Amazon Canada, it's already in the Politics Top Ten (although there's a lot more than just politics in the book).