Sunday, November 13, 2011

"Spending time with Keith is more like talking to a familiar friend than reading a book, which, as Craig Finn might say, is 'a pretty good feeling.' Indeed, it feels pretty good." You Can Make Him Like You gets some Goodreads love. And likes it. A lot.

Quite honored to see You Can Make Like You receive some quite kind and most thoughtful Goodreads love from rock star punk poet David Tomaloff. Big thanks man, drinks on us for sure when next we meet, and for everyone else, some excerpt.

"In a perfect world, books would have soundtracks the way movies have soundtracks. In You Can Make Him Like You, Ben Tanzer gets about as close as anyone could hope to in achieving the illusion in the meantime. In fact, the closing chapter, aptly titled Stay Positive, begs for the familiar cut-to-credits and black as the opening chords of its Hold Steady namesake fill the theater." 

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