“A lot of writers are creative, but this writer is really creative."
God is preparing to speak to you in another, hopefully, best-seller. According to publisher Simon and Schuester, the Almighty is looking to follow up his all-time number one book The Bible with a memoir.
But you'll never guess who will be God's (Holy) ghost writer. According to Entertainment Weekly, Jon Stewart's former* "The Daily Show" head writer and executive producer David Javerbaum will be serving in that capacity.
“God is represented by a burning bush, the Greek letters a and ‡, and, in this case, the Levine Greenberg Literary Agency, the same agency that represents David Javerbaum," the publisher said in a meant-to-be funny press release.
“We feel like we are the Chosen Publisher,” Simon & Schuster’s Executive Vice President and Publisher Jonathan Karp
told Entertainment Weekly
. “A lot of writers are creative, but this writer is really creative. And we think He can produce the manuscript quickly: More than seven days, but less than a year.”
The yet-to-be-titled tell-all memoir is due out in 2011.
"Former" was added post publication.
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