Thank you so much for writing this memoir. Being able to read your book was like listening to your show all over again.
Your memories and the stories behind the stories represent a collection of the good, the bad, and sometimes the ugly that your readers think but don’t really know is part of the media business.
Weaving your stories of your family and, the loss of your parents was both heart warming and wrenching.
And finally, the stories of your interviews and the lengths you would go thru to provide us with your one of a kind show are impressive.
I couldn’t put this book down, I read it in two days. Dan has a way with words that had me smiling as I read much of this memoir. It felt like Dan was reading it to me as his editorial writing style reflects his three decades of experience talking to us on the radio. This book is full of colorful characters and fills a lot of blanks for fans of his show that wondered how Dan’s career highs and lows unfolded. I have a deeper respect for the craft of broadcasting and thoroughly enjoyed reading about the final decades of radio’s golden age!
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