I’m happy to announce that the paperback edition of Waiter Rant (With a new afterword and bonus material.) goes on sale today. Keep your ears open, I’ll be doing radio interviews all over the country to promote the new edition! You can purchase the paperback at fine bookstores everywhere or click here, here, or here.
by waiter | Jul 21, 2009 | Uncategorized | 22 comments
Ooh…my British version of your book is already a Paperback…LOL
I am just beginning the epilogue now. I LOVE your book. Congratulations… see, you can do it!!!!
I guess I need to buy one, because my copy always traveling among my friends and I really missed it. 🙂
Look forward to picking it up
Dang – I am halfway through the hardcover edition (and enjoying it). 🙂
Are you talking to any ski instructors/sport instructors for the tips book? Esp. Canadian ones where tipping for this kind of service isn’t so prevalent (but instructors still make minimum).
Congrats! That should be good 🙂
5 seconds of nit-picking, though: it’s afterWORD. You know, just like foreword, except it’s after the main body.
Good luck with those interviews. I did the morning radio broadcast route in 2002, about 19 stations in four hours, starting at 5AM CDT. I started drinking at 4AM I was so tense. I was completely pissed by 9AM. Ha. My way to deal with the stress of ALL those questions!
Good, good luck. You are funny as hell.
been waiting……damn u r good 🙂
let’s not forget the audible.com version!
Good stuff Steve!
Huh? But I just bought the paperback version a few days ago, which had been in the bookstore for months! It has a different cover art though…
Ah what the heck. I’ll just enjoy the book 😀
I just got your book today and have been reading it. When I got to the part where you mentioned Claude, the homeless dude, I figured out where you’re writing from. Ahh, I used to work at that Starbucks years ago and Claude has been a fixture for years. Good luck!
I’m a new waitress. Love the book.
I just finished the chapter on tipping. My husband, the 12-15% tipper, doesn’t know it but for years I’ve always added the rest to the table after he walks away.He doesn’t know what being a waiter is like. He really thinks they make at least min wage. I always tell him about being a waitress in a truck stop when I was 16 and how I quit in tears after 3 days…
Enjoying the book very much. Great writing. Easy reading.
Yay! Now I can afford it! I’ll buy my copy to read on the plane next week.
Wonderful book, Steve! Congratulations…and, yes, you ARE a good writer. Best of luck in the future.
PS: I work at Barnes & Noble and I will be hand-selling this book for the next few weeks!
Picked the book up as an impulse buy in a small bookstore in O’Hare airport. It almost made me forget that I missed my flight! Great read so far, look forward to any future books.
PS: I overtipped my taxi driver later in the day, your stories of lame tippers made me sad.
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