'The Jesuit Guide' on Audiobook...and a Cool Widget

I'm rather in awe of this "widget" above from my publisher, which announces the availability of the audiobook version of "The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything," read by me (over a space of four long 9 to 5 days at a studio in Carnegie Hall.)  Check out the widget--which includes an excerpt--then check out the audiobook.  I apologized in advance for the Philly accent!

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JAMES CLEARY
7 years 2 months ago
Please list the ISBN number and who sells same. I just checked with B/N and it is not int there system and the same withe Amozone.com.
7 years 2 months ago
Father Jim

Why apologize, our accent is part of the charm of being from the City of Brotherly Love.

In fact I imagine you have readers who will pay cash money just to hear your accent when you say 'a glass of water' !

(p.s. - howabout those phillies?)

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