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“How to Fail” tour passes the halfway mark

November 29th, 2010 by Aaron Goldfarb | No Comments | Filed in Uncategorized

Hey Vice Blog fans, sorry I’ve been busy neglecting this blog, but I’m still on my “How to Fail” 30 Bars in 30 Days tour and, though I’m consuming vices on a daily basis, at the kinds of places we’ve been holding my events, the vices are of the lowbrow variety:  40s of Miller High Life, buckets of Keystone Light, cheap kegs of macro swill.  Nothing worth writing home, or to the blog about.

Having said that, with just twelve events to go, I’m finally going to start appearing at some really exciting craft beer joints, most notably:

Dec 4 - Churchkey - Washington, DC

Dec 5 - Rustico - Arlington, VA

Dec 6 - Brewer’s Art - Baltimore

Dec 7 - Feile - Manhattan (sponsored by Sixpoint Craft Ales)

Dec 8 - Track 84 - Providence

Dec 9 - Bukowski Tavern - Cambridge, MA

Dec 10 - Zeppelin Hall Biergarten - Jersey City (tour wrap up)

Now Churchkey might be the best beer bar in America, Rustico is its terrific little brother, I’ve never been to the Brewer’s Art brewpub and I’m exceedingly excited to go to this magnificent spot, Bukowski’s is a Boston standard, Track 84 a Providence one, and Feile and Zeppelin Hall should be some serious hometown bacchanalias.  Very stoked for all these events, and very excited to finally start tasting hops and yeasts and beautiful barleys after the last two weeks of sucking back cheap rice, corn, and piss water.

Hope you’ll join me at these events if you’re able, and please keep telling your pals about “How to Fail.”

Cheers.  You’ll be hearing from me again soon in these parts.

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November 9th, 2010 by Aaron Goldfarb | No Comments | Filed in Uncategorized

HOW TO FAIL: THE SELF-HURT GUIDE, the world’s FIRST self-hurt guide, is HERE!

My first novel is now on shelves at finer bookstores, many less than fine bookstores, newsstands, airport shops amongst the Airborne, train stations next to the prophylactics, bus depots side-by-side issues of Big Booty, Jersey Turnpike rest stops, and pornography huts (soft-core only). And, if you’re not seeing it in those places, go up to the dork manning the cash register and demand it! Or, just be a normal person and buy the book online:

My book tour, 30 BARS in 30 DAYS begins Tuesday in Manhattan (Amity Hall, 80 W. 3rd Street) before cutting a swath through the upper northeast.

Please come out and encourage your friends and the losers you work with to do likewise.

But that’s not all…I’m pleased to also announce something that has never been done before, the simultaneous release of my short story collection THE CHEAT SHEET, stories about the sexes, sex, and sexiness in New York.

This book sells for $9.99 paperback and $6.99 on Kindle, Nook, and the Ibookstore, but NOW…

To the first 3000 people that buy HOW TO FAIL and e-mail me aaron@aarongoldfarb.com proof of purchase (a forwarded online receipt, a picture of the physical receipt, etc)…


That’s…quickly doing the math in my head…$25 worth of books for a mere $15.

How can you beat that?!

PLEASE blog this, forward this message to any one in your contacts, amongst your FB friends, Twitter followers, or LinkedIn a-holes that might be interested.



HOW TO FAIL “30 Bars in 30 Days” Book Tour

November 3rd, 2010 by Aaron Goldfarb | 1 Comment | Filed in Uncategorized

Hey friends, sorry I’ve been so busy lately with this book.  I’m still drinking beer and I’ll be back to writing about beer (and other sordid things) soon, especially now as I announce my book tour, “30 Bars in 30 Days”!

I’m very excited for the tour and I hope any one of you in the tour’s path will come out and say hi, buy a book or two, and let me scribble my name in it.  I’d love to have a drink with any of you!

Pass this on to your other beer-swilling friends, post on your FB walls and Twitter, put the info on your beer blogs, and, please, order a book if you haven’t yet.

See you soon!

RSVP for the events here.