Contact

Headshot w Flat Cover (1436 x 1192)Here are some of the specific reasons you may want to get in touch with me and how to do it.

  • If you are interested in having me speak at your event, please check out my Speaking page.
  • If you are interested in writing a guest post for my blog, please check out my Guest Posting Guidelines.
  • I’m happy to talk about your writing. Before we do, I suggest reading Advice to First-Time Authors by Michael Hyatt. Please note that I do not personally review book proposals and I cannot pass along your proposal.
  • If you are looking for a specific blog post, you can either search my Archive page or use my Google-powered search feature (in the upper-righthand corner of this page).

If you have a comment or a question not addressed above, please feel free to e-mail me or call my office at (202) 618-2491.

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

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  1. I’ve been reading THE SOUL OF ATLAS, and have just reached the statement that “worship” is derived from the Latin for “shaping one’s worth.” No — the derivation (like the words “worth” and “shape” themselves) is through Anglo-Saxon (early English), not Latin.

    Please tell me if you need evidence of the above — though I presume you have access to dictionaries that include accurate data on the origins of the words they list. Please also let me know if you’d consider having someone help you check the etymological (and/or other) facts referenced in future publications, and/or in future editions of THE SOUL OF ATLAS — which I am otherwise much enjoying.

  2. In The Soul of Atlas, I relate my own experience with two fathers to illustrate values held deeply by both Christians and followers of Ayn Rand. Without compromise, there are areas where the two may cooperate.

    • Thanks for your note. I usually quote a survey from the Book-of-the-Month Club that asked, “What book has been most influential in your life?” In that survey, the Bible comes up first and Atlas Shrugged is #2. Off hand, I’m not sure about the “best-selling novel of all time.” Multiple sources differ.