White Girl Bleed A Lot by Colin Flaherty needs a talk show radio push

Colin Flaherty, author of White Girl Bleed A Lot, writes:

I feel like we are on the cusp of something bigger. And with your help, we can push this book square into the middle of the national conversation about race.

If you wanted to help make that happen, the best thing you could do this week is call Rush. Or Sean. Or Alex Jones. Or Glenn Beck. Or any of the other national media you watch.

Tell them only one book is talking about the epidemic of racial violence.

And why they should talk about it too.

We are so close: One call to a Michael Savage or a Rush could change the world.

Here's a good sample email:


I'm [name] from [hometown] and I'd like to ask you to talk about Colin Flaherty's book "White Girl Bleed A Lot" on your show. It's a book about how some black people riot and otherwise victimize white people, revealing a hidden racial tension in America. Flaherty does a good job of avoiding anything that smells like racism, because his premise seems to be that America's inability to talk about race is causing racial tension to go from covert to overt. I hope you can feature this book on your show; here's its web site:




For more information on White Girl Bleed A Lot, read the book review here.