Get Ready for House, M.D. Season 8 with Chasing Zebras!

August 25, 2011

âœChasing Zebras: The Unofficial Guide to House, M.D.â is THE companion for both long-time fans of House, M.D. – and new viewers alike. Including an episode guide, interviews with the cast and crew and in-depth discussion of the seriesâ music, characters and social commentary, Chasing Zebras a treasure trove of House, M.D. insider info. Itâs now available in print and as an e-book worldwide, making it easy for fans to find and read!

Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) August 25, 2011

Chasing Zebras: The Unofficial Guide to House, M.D. by Blogcritics Magazine executive editor Barbara Barnett is best way to prepare for the upcoming season of the FOX hit (premiering October 3). A book sure to please House experts fans and novices alike, Chasing Zebras is available at online and traditional bookstores, so be sure to pick up a copy soon. Or if you want to read an excerpt first, please visit the Chasing Zebras page at ECW Press.

âœChasing Zebrasâ is every fanâs companion to everything from Dr. House himself (âœMad, Bad and Dangerous to Knowâ) to the music (âœFrom J.S. Bach to Eddie van Halenâ) to the showâs often subtle social commentary on topics like religion, euthanasia and mental illness. The 429-page book also includes a comprehensive episode guide to the series, and is filled with lots of trivia, episode highlights and much more. Comments from showâs creative team and actors contribute to the bookâs rich detail, and are taken from Barnettâs numerous interviews with executive producers, writers, actors and crew, such as Lisa Edelstein, Jesse Spencer, Jennifer Morrison and show runner Katie Jacobs.

Barnett is well-versed in all things âœHouse.â As co-executive editor of Blogcritics Magazine, an online pop culture magazine, she writes a feature called âœWelcome to the End of the Thought Process: An Introspective Look at House, M.D.,â which has become a widely-known discussion forum for the series. Barnett has also appeared on television and radio to talk about the show and her journey from blogger to published author.

âœChasing Zebras: The Unofficial Guide to House, M.D.â is an e-book as well, and can be read on Kindle, iPad and other e-readers. The Spanish version of Chasing Zebras is published by Selector under the title âœGuía No Oficial De House. Persiguiendo Cebras.â

Media Praise for Chasing Zebras:

âœA great read.â â“ Nightwire Magazine

âœThe definitive fanâs guide â â“ April MacIntyre, Monsters and Critics

âœThe ultimate fan tribute.â â“ Pop Culture Guy

âœThoughtful, deep-tissue analysis of characters, themes and how-they-do-it explanations.â â“ Barry Grey, Suite 101

About the book:

Chasing Zebras: The Unofficial Guide to House, M.D. (ECW Press, September 2010)

ISBN: 978-1550229554

Pages: 429

S.R.P.: $17.95

About the author:

Barbara Barnett is co-executive editor of Blogcritics, an Internet magazine of pop culture, politics and more owned by Technorati Media. Always a pop-culture geek, Barnett was raised on a steady diet of TV (and TV dinners), but she always found her way to TV’s antiheroes and misunderstood champions, whether on TV, in the movies or in literature, including âœHouse, M.D.â

Barnett has had an eclectic career. With an undergraduate degree in biology and minors in chemistry and English, she pursued a Ph.D. in Public Policy Analysis after spending a few years working in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. After many years as a public affairs consultant, Barbara made a sharp left turn in her career path, becoming a Jewish educator, but the writer in her never took a back seat, creating several noted and award-winning publications along the way. She is a polished and popular speaker on such diverse topics as liturgy, being a âœgood person,â religious pluralism, politics, the environment and the nature of medicine and pop culture…and, of course House, M.D.

She is married and the mom of two great kids, an aged dog and a rabbit. Follow her on Twitter or visit her on Facebook.


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