...would anybody want to read it? I agree with Kassia Krozser and her post on Booksquare, partly because of her point about what's likely to be an insanely high author advance, but mostly because I can't think of anyone else I'd care less to read about. I take that back. There is one book I'd read Rumsfeld's ahead of: How I Saved FEMA, by Michael Brown, a purely fictional project that (thankfully) will never see the light of day.
On a more positive note, my lovely wife got me a copy of Tony Dungy's Quiet Strength, which I plan to start reading immediately. Now there's a guy I could learn a lot from I'm sure. Local sports columnist Bob Kravitz offered this review of Quiet Strength in Tuesday's Indianapolis Star. It's funny...I know a lot of people who can't stand Kravitz and his opinions. I can't think of any time I ever disagreed with him though, and I'll bet this book review is no exception.