We're thrilled to announce that the first copies of our book, Worldchanging: A User's Guide for the 21st Century, have arrived in our office.
It's huge! It's beautiful! It's a very exciting day -- and it will be even more exciting when we can share it with all of you. The book will be officially released in a couple of weeks and then we'll be hitting the road. Stay tuned for more on the book tour schedule of events very soon...
Congratulations all! It has been a long time coming. Can't wait to see you and the book on tour in Frisco!
Go WC Team! Where's the champagne? You've earned it!
I'm looking forward to my copy . . . and also to buying a stack for use as Christmas presents.
PSSST! Your link to Amazon doesn't have your Associate's tag!
cute picture! I'm super excited, too!
I've already recommended it to my daughter's school library.
(You look a little hungry, Alex!)
Congratulations. Now, Europeans have to suffer the delay of amazon.co.uk respect to amazon.com :).
Please, don't forget to impulse translations of the book (i.e., it could make a great impact in Spanish or Protuguese communities).
Awesome! Congratulations to all of you!
I'll trade you a review for a review. WorldChanging reviews the Liftport effort "Opening Space to Everyone" and I'll review your book for our blog.
Email me and we'll exchange details.
Great ! Hope for the French translation soon, maybe in Santa's hood :)
Wow! In the same week, my wife's book "Slow Is Beautiful" (http://slowisbeautifulcecile.blogspot.com) and "Worldchanging" come out! Hope to see you guys at the book events, and best of luck!
Is it printed on recycled paper?
Really looking forward to seeing you in NYC! Please let us at Upper Green Side know if we can help
Good news, can't await a german translation and book tour. Are there highres photos of the cover available for blog promotion?
Is the book tour/world changing community get-togethers limited to the United States?
Can't wait to have it in hand. Congrats WC!
Our local New York City community listener sponsored radio station WBAI 99.5 is having a fund raiser during this month of OCT. WBGO and NPR may also be interested - just may be.
Should we offer a fund-raising dinner for two for $500 for the 'pair of plates', one copy of the book (preferably signed by a team member), $100 going towards the radio station's donation and the rest of the proceeds to worldchanging.com non-profit.
Dinner at "Tavern on the Green" in Central Park in New York City is nothing to sneeze at.
Throw in some celebreties like Al Gore, Madonna, or other sustainability minded big wigs and we will have a winner.
Give me the green light to move on this.