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Stuff White People Like Author Sells New Book

cl23.jpgAuthor and blogger Christian Lander has inked a deal to publish Whiter Shades of Pale: The Stuff White People Like from Coast to Coast from Seattle’s Sweaters to Maine’s Microbrews with Random House Trade Paperbacks.

William Morris Endeavor agent Erin Malone negotiated the deal with senior editor Jill Schwartzman. The book will come out this fall. Back in 2008, Lander’s big book deal for Stuff White People Like raised eyebrows–but the title had a good run at the bookstore. Lander (pictured, via) is now working as a staff writer on MTV’s animated series, Good Vibes.

Here’s more about the book: “an hilarious ‘Ph.D. in white culture,’ featuring anthropological illustrations and regional breakdowns that delineate the seemingly subtle differences between white people across the US and all over the globe.”

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Save $100 on Nonfiction Book Proposal Course

23bookpage.jpgStart the new year right–by finishing your nonfiction book proposal. Throughout the month of December, mediabistro.com is offering daily deals on a slew of its courses that begin in January. Today’s offer may interest a few GalleyCat readers.

With this one-day offer, readers can save $100 off an eight-week course, Nonfiction Book Proposal. The class will be taught by Random House editor Jill Schwartzman, who has edited “Stuff White People Like” by Christian Lander and “Gotcha Capitalism” by NBC reporter Bob Sullivan.

Here’s more about the offer: “Draft your book with help from an instructor who has overseen the development of nonfiction titles of all kinds, including how-to sports, popular culture, history, memoir, and biography. Sign up now and save $100 with promo code DAILY1203. Course starts Jan. 13.”