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God to finally write something

by Jeremy Hooper

For the last month, God has been tweeting his memoirs 140 characters at a time:

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Now we're happy to announce that God's pithy remembrances are going long form, to be ghostwritten by "Daily Show" scribe David Javerbaum:

Multiple Emmy Award winner for his work on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, David Javerbaum's untitled book which will be published as the memoir of God, "Supreme Being, wellspring of existence, quintessence of glory, and source of everlasting life," promising a look back on His career, starting with the Garden of Eden ("That's right, I did create Adam and Steve. And they were a great couple... until they ate of The Tree of the Knowledge That You're Gay"), evolution ("Planting the millions of pieces of evidence for evolution was one of the most exhausting things I've ever had to do. But it was worth it to see the looks on the faces of Darwinian biologists when they die and realize they're in hell."), and more, including promotional pre-publication tweets from @thetweetofgod, to Sarah Knight at Simon & Schuster, for publication in late 2011, by the Levine Greenberg Literary Agency [Publishers MarketPlace]

Where did He grow up? When was His first kiss? Does He enjoy "The Big Bang Theory"? When expressing shock or frustration or sexual pleasure, whose name does He scream?

Finally, we'll all get some answers to life's greatest questions.

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