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PR Snapshot - April 2010
The Washington Post weighs in with a rave:
"Hectic, Hard and Hilarious...."
Page Six dish! Cheaters- the best multitaskers...
Annabelle and Jeff test drive novelty condoms in Men's Health Magazine.
Soapbox in PW: Annabelle writes on the highlights, lowlights, and downright misguided adventure of writing a book with your husband.
Publishers Weekly says
Married for 13 years, Gurwitch and Kahn look back with laughter at the highs, the lows, and their “different marital needs.” By teaming for this equally merry marriage memoir, the duo doubles the giggles and guffaws… Readers will hope they stay together to write more heartfelt, funny books like this one.
New York Post says:
The title’s your tip-off: “You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up” isn’t your typical marital how-to, even if it is subtitled “a love story.”
People Magazine says:
Anyone who's ever found themselves humming the Captain and Tennille on the subject of marriage will find a different view here: It's not love that keeps us together but lust, lactose intolerance and a shared hatred for the neighbors. In he-said/she-said chapters, husband and wife writer-performers Gurwitch and Kahn have written a laugh-out-loud screed about marriage and its discontents. It's the perfect chaser to Valentine's Day.
Redbook says "Tomato to be one of the three most talked about books this winter"
Read Annabelle and Jeff’s take on Valentine’s Day in Marie Claire
He loves the chance to be romantic, she prefers National Crown Roast of Pork day….
Library Journal Jan 21st 2010
As one would expect in a work co-written by two comedy writers, this hilarious relationship memoir told in alternating chapters by pragmatic, standoffish Gurwitch and her romantic, overeager suitor Kahn makes a mockery of traditional self-help relationship advice... true love really does trump all in this touching story, when what seems like a doomed relationship blossoms into a 13-year (and counting) marriage, withstanding even the stresses of raising a medically fragile child.
Galley Cat at Media Bistro says
It’s Like Love Letters with More Laffs!
“I took a date to see a show about marriage…
I wanted to tear the microphone away from Jeff and shout, “Stop saying things out loud that are true!” But then my date let out a huge belly laugh. I nodded in sympathy with Annabelle. Gotta start teaching them this stuff early… ”They (Annabelle and Jeff) been able to find humor in those relationship-testing moments that could have torn them apart. Proving that a strong couple, who are able to laugh at themselves, can make it through almost anything.”
Read their 2009 State of Marriage round up on the Huffpo
Annabelle compares their marriage to the Obama’s on the Huffpo
The Jewish Daily Forward says: Gurwitch and Kahn are the Inheritors of the marital jousting style of Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller