DATELINE: Literary Lightweights
No, we are innocent of the crime: we did not ghostwrite Tom Brady’s new book: The TB12 Method.
We suspect that even Tom does not know who wrote his book. He only found out he wrote a book recently. He has been busy doing other things, like traveling to China, training for the new season in Wyoming, and charity events—not to mention teaming up with Tony Robbins.
The Robbins event would have been a good chance to announce his new motivational book. He didn’t because the corporation behind Tom, into making money, only tells Tom about the checks he receives for endorsements. So, who wrote Tom’s new book?
And will this be a better best seller than Tom’s pajamas or secret recipe compilation? It likely won’t be cheap to buy. Tom likes expensive prices on his merchandise. He learned that from Tony Robbins.
The world learned this week about Tom Brady’s new literary effort that is based on his dietary, physical training and personal philosophy. The book will be out during the upcoming season to maximize royalty payments.
We don’t know when Tom had time to write so-called book, but certainly the idea was floating around when he did the Tony Robbins motivational speaker show in Boston. If he had been working on the book then, he would’ve likely mentioned it during his appearance as a motivational speaker. He did not.
However, he may have been inspired to come up with a book to make more money when he heard Julian Edelman wrote a children’s book about a greedy squirrel with an obsession on nuts.
Tom’s book is already a best-seller on Amazon–without a cover or a price.
We would like to take credit as Tom’s ghost writer, but the book apparently is not about ghosts, nor one with humorous intent or comical asides. Tom does that quite well– but we are slightly better.
So, we are forced to ask Tom: Was it something we said in one of our nasty books on a previous Patriots season or on the scandal of Deflategate that caused Tom’s handlers to select a different ghostwriter?
We know Tom would have picked us if he knew he was writing a book. He appreciates excellence in grammar.