Who should blurb me?

Happy Hour is 9 to 5 by Alexander KjerulfMy first book is being republished early next year and as you may know it’s a time-honored tradition to have a quote from someone famous on the cover endorsing it.

Who do you think I should get to blurb my book? Let me know what you think in a comment!

9 thoughts on “Who should blurb me?”

  1. I have 3 recommendations:

    *Gretchen Rubin, Author of the Happiness Project
    *Zappos CEO and Author Tony Hsieh of Delivering Happiness
    *Joe Tye, Values Coach, Inc and Author of the Florence Prescription and All Hands on Deck.

  2. Forget a famous person, I have a better one. A made up person by Stephen King, who said something in the movie The Shawshank Redemption.

    Get busy living, or get busy dying.

    And then you choose living, because being happy at a job means living, whereas being unhappy at a job and staying there would be the equivalent of dying.

    PS: That was said by Andy Dufresne, who was played by Tim Robbins.

  3. I am with Jacob M.
    Alternatively, which company do you yourself think live up to these ideals and are they among your clients? Even if they are not clients, you have often written about Southwest Airlines and Zappos. Would one of these CEO’s write a blurb?

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