Daily Archives: June 24, 2010

Italians Have Got Style

I have always thought that the Italians have style – whether it is their clothing, cars, or household items. I have just seen the cover for the Italian version of the book, and I have to say that it is very impressive. I think it has a Tim Burton feel to it who is one of my heroes.

The Science of Superstition paperback is officially published next week in the US so I am hoping that this will be a publishing sensation just in time for TAM 8 in Vegas where I will be speaking. I am on the bill after Michael Shermer which is a bit daunting! There are some great people there and I am looking forward to speaking to Carol Tavris, whose book I have just finished reading, “Mistakes Were Made.” I can highly recommend it.

In the meantime, I am off to Glastonbury Festival now to lie in a field over some lay lines and so will not be blogging regularly for a few days. I also have a bunch of important stuff coming up in the next few weeks, but I will try to keep you updated on my activities. If I can remember anything, I will be report back from Glastonbury where I hope to discover that I have been wrong all along, and that the supernatural is real.

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