Rachel's "Drift" book tour continues apace this week, and the volume of interviews and appearances remains higher than I can gather links for, but there have been a few highlightable links you'll appreciate, particularly if you've been upset at missing the live events. The book has debuted on the Indie Bestseller List and the New York Times review was good (Ok, they called her "sometimes too-smart-alecky," but still, good enough).
The most curious (to me) date on her schedule was guesting on the Howard Stern Show. The full more-than-an-hour interview is here. There are the expected cringe questions, but overall it's fun. It turns out there's also a site that takes notes on what's on the Howard Stern Show, so you can scroll down to 8:05 a.m. here and see what she talked about.
If you want to know what the book events are like, someone was nice enough to record the entire March 29th Barnes & Noble launch event. (Where this ends, a typical event turns into waiting in line for an autograph and chatting with Maddow fans.)
Video after the jump...
I also ran into a few clips from the Cambridge event this past weekend.
Here, here and here. UPDATE: Ok, forget those tiny clips, as Jess points out in the comments, the whole Cambridge event is online now.
And if you're a downloader (and you're caught up on your TRMS podcasts) the WHMP broadcast of the Mt. Holyoke appearance is available as an mp3 as well as streaming audio.