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The author and Globe and Mail columnist David Eddie talks about his advice column, and examples from his new book, written with Pat Lynch, Damage Control: How to Tiptoe Away from the Smoking Wreckage of Your Latest Screw-Up with a Minimum of Harm to Your Reputation (McClelland & Stewart, 2010), with Joseph Planta.


Damage Control: How to Tiptoe Away from the Smoking Wreckage of Your Latest Screw-Up with a Minimum of Harm to Your Reputation by David Eddie, with Pat Lynch. (McClelland & Stewart, 2010) Click to buy this book from Amazon.ca: Damage Control

Text of introduction by Joseph Planta:

I am Planta: On the Line. This is THECOMMENTARY.CA.

The book’s title and subtitle says it all: Damage Control: How to Tiptoe Away from the Smoking Wreckage of Your Latest Screw-Up with a Minimum of Harm to Your Reputation. It’s from David Eddie, the Globe and Mail columnist whose advice column is quite popular. He co-wrote it with Pat Lynch. Published by McClelland & Stewart, it’s such a good book. It’s useful, thoughtful, and often funny. There’s a website for more: www.davideddie.com. Please welcome to the Planta: On the Line program, David Eddie; Good morning, Mr. Eddie.

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