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A Sense of Fear at Barnes & Noble

It’s been almost six years since my book was released and it’s not in active printing any longer, as far as I know. The second version was published in 2011, but only in the UK. So it’s been a looooong time since I’ve seen it at any bookstore. And now, I’m at the point where […]

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Parents’ Love, Shown in One Photo

Not that I’ll ever doubt how much my parents love me, but if I did, this kind of thing would just wipe it away immediately. If you visit my parents’ house, you’ll see this on the main coffee table in their living room: That’s my book, U2 – A Diary. It was published in 2008. […]

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Amazon UK Can KMA

As if it’s not bad enough that the second version of my book, U2 – A Diary has been plagued with printing issues and was only available in the UK/Europe … now there’s this slap-in-the-face email that arrived last night from Amazon UK. Do I want to trade-in my own book??? What kind of a […]

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Hardback Version of U2-A Diary?

If I had more information, I’d be posting this over on U2diary.com as an official update. But for now, I’ll share it here. My friend Xavi in Spain recently ordered the English-language 2nd edition of U2-A Diary via a Spanish website. And somewhat amazingly, he got a hardback version of the book! It looks fantastic. […]

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Random Thoughts: Travel

1.) They never have my book at airport bookstores. That’s understandable now; the book came out almost two years ago. But I never saw it in any airport bookstores in late 2008/early 2009, either. Waaaaaah. 2.) Flying at the end of the month has a drawback: the crossword puzzle in the in-flight magazine is always […]

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U2 Fan Fail

I love U2 fans. I’ve spent the better part of two decades defending U2 fans (whenever needed) to others who think we’re all a bunch of Bono-worshipping nutcases. In the mid-1990s, I almost wrote a book extolling the virtues and awesomeness of U2 fans. U2 fans are, for the most part, Good People. “Cool U2 […]

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