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I always love a Grammy winnner reading my stuff. Thanks, Aaron. Let 
me know what you think.
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>Thanks for the heads up Michael. I just pre-ordered a copy on Amazon.
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>Michael Erard wrote:
>>Several years ago, I came to this list for information about early 
>>recordings of disfluent speaking -- "uh" and "um," hemming and 
>>hawing, restarted sentences, etc.
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>>I'm pleased to announce that my book, Um...: Slips, Stumbles, and 
>>Verbal Blunders, and What They Mean, will be published in August by 
>>Pantheon. Um... reviews the natural history of slips of the tongue 
>>and speech disfluencies, why they occur, and what they say about 
>>us. You can read more about the book at 
>><http://www.umthebook.com>www.umthebook.com.
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>>Thanks to members of the list for their interest and assistance and 
>>for facilitating my research.
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>>Sincerely,
>>Michael Erard