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Wasted Review of Cricket in 2022

Wasted Review of Cricket in 2022
By Dan Liebke • Issue #49 • View online
No Friday First Draft this week. Nope, instead of a few hundred words of nonsense from me, you get an entire book, with my wasted review of 2022. Daily report cards on every single match I covered over the last year, all nicely formatted and available in ebook form. Think of it as like if a circus clown tried to drink Wisden through one of those curly straws.

My Wasted Review of 2022
My Wasted Review of 2022
I cover:
  • Men’s Ashes
  • Women’s Ashes
  • The Death of Shane Warne (including both a tribute to Shane Warne, the cricketer and, for balance, a timeline of my frustrations with Shane Warne, the commentator)
  • Women’s ODI World Cup
  • Benaud-Qadir Trophy
  • England v New Zealand Test Series
  • Warne-Muralitharan Trophy
  • Pataudi Trophy (England v India Test match)
  • Commonwealth Games
  • Australia v Zimbabwe Men’s ODI series
  • Chappell-Hadlee Trophy
BUT! If you’re a patron of mine, don’t buy this book until you’ve got the coupon code that makes it free.
(If you’re not a patron and want this book, then spoiler: it’s cheaper to become a patron and get a free copy than buy it outright.)
The ebook is currently on sale for $5, for roughly 300 pages of retrospective on cricket between October 2021 and September 2022. Pick and choose your series. Reminisce fondly.
If you’re interested in a print version, then you can register that interest.
Any print run is expected to be (very) limited, and will be provided on a first-registered, first-served basis. But if you buy the ebook version, then that cost will be subtracted from any later cost for the printed version.
So hesitate no longer. Check out my wasted review of 2022.
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Dan Liebke

Every Friday, I go through my big list of cricket ideas, and churn out a first draft of something I've got in there. It won't be polished. It may not be interesting. I make no promises. But I'm going to throw something up and see what works and what (infinitely more likely) does not.

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