Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Bloggy Book Club

Tuesday's Tribute

Because as Angie reminds us....It's Not All About You (ME)




September's Bloggy Book Club is a recommendation from one of my favorite bloggers, Coachblogger. He has a friend who wrote a book and Coachblogger said it was GREAT!

He actually said many good things about the book but I am just summing it up!

Danny Evans, who's blog Dad Gone Mad is very funny and irreverent has written a book Rage Against the Meshugenah...Why It Takes Balls to Go Nuts.

(I haven't read it yet but this might contain some four letter words...which I of course will be shocked...shocked to read!)

Please join me in reading Rage Against the Meshugenah and blogging about it September 27th!
Danny Evans Danny Evans

MESHUGENAH [meh-shuh-geh-nuh] adjective

  1. mad; crazy;
  2. mentally deranged; demented; insane

[origin: 1892, from Heb. meshugga, part. of shagag "to go astray, wander." The adj. has forms meshugener, meshugenah before a noun]


In his early thirties, Danny Evans had it all—a hot wife, a new baby, and a steady advertising job. Then, in the span of one week, a series of inauspicious events plunged Evans into a crushing depression. At turns poignant and uproarious, RAGE AGAINST THE MESHUGENAH vividly traces Evans' journey through the minefield of mental illness from a modern man's point of view.

The stigma surrounding clinical depression is ominous enough to prevent many men from discussing it, but Evans (author of the wildly popular DadGoneMad.com) holds nothing back. Through his confrontations with sexual side effects, his self-medication with beer and porn, and even his private therapy sessions, Evans boldly details his odyssey to get back to being himself.

More about Rage Against the Meshugenah

8 comments:

Elizabeth said...

It sounds like a funny take on a serious subject, which is what people need to feel comfortable talking about these things.

angie said...

Sounds fantastic.....tackling real issues with humor? It's got to be great.

Kathryn Magendie said...

Wow! Intriguing . . .

going to the link now

Kathryn Magendie said...

Wow! Intriguing . . .

going to the link now

Kori said...

I have heard some really, really great things about this book. I look forward to hearing all about it.

Jeanne said...

Can I buy it on Amazon? (I could check for myself, but I'm incredibly lazy....)

Ronda's Rants said...

Yes...you can buy it on Amazon!
Go to the link...it's on his web page too!

Debbie said...

Well, you know I pride myself on never even hearing a four letter word but I guess I could still read this:) Sounds fun.