Pencil Me In Is Here!


  1. This sounds like fun! I'll track it down even though I've read almost all of it.

  2. Wonderful. Most of my students missed the metaphor this year. I am ordering books and will contact you about a Skype interview.

    Thanks for all you do!

  3. Oh my goodness. Thanks for the Special Thanks. I have started reading the Kindle version which I got minutes after your Direct Twitter message. All of this has happened in the last 10 minutes. In the time it takes for a hummingbird to flap its wings. Well, maybe not that fast! I will watch for my current visiting hummingbird and see.

    Thank you so much. There is much more work to do.Only 6 of 129 students this semester explicitly identified the metaphor. I'll call for help.

    I am through the Introduction and into Chapter 1. If I hadn't promised myself that this DO TAXES DAY I would read it from the first pixel to the last pixel today. Well, I guess I could say from the cover to the last pixel. Or maybe cover to cover has become a metaphor since covers no longer exist. I am getting dizzy watching the hummingbird wings. Or avoiding taxes. Or whatever.

    I have sent electronic copies to my student staff and to a colleague.

    Many, many thanks!


  4. This looks intriguing. Send me a review copy if you want.