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They Like Me (well enough), They Really, Really Like Me (no complaints)

August 23rd, 2012  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized

I have my first lengthy review out today form  forthcoming book, Am I a Jew? in the Jewish Daily Forward today. I thought it was pretty positive, even if I was described in it, by the writer, Josh Rolnick, as “earnest.” He did touch, in part, on the impact that the religious chicanery has had on my present, and my children:

“Ross, features editor of Men’s Journal and co-founder of the parenting blog DadWagon, has wrestled with the impact of this “huge moment in his life” ever since. Neither his first nor his current wife is Jewish (one’s Catholic, the other Buddhist). He has two children, one from each marriage, and he says that he wants them to “practice the same religion” as each other “or none at all.”

DadWagon! Anyway, it’s a fun thing to be reviewed without being beaten with sticks, so I’m happy today. For those so inclined, pre-order this bad boy! She ain’t out until August 31.

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