Doesn't Piers Morgan want a review of his forthcoming book? What are you worried about Piers?
By the way, if people read my original twitter post, I wasn't demanding that he send it to me for free. I was only asking that he "pls send me a copy, I would be happy to review it."
UPDATE: Erik Wemple, "CNN’s Piers Morgan disses potential book reviewer"
Authors know not to turn down publicity for their books. Reviews, blog posts, chats, word of mouth — all of it can help propel your opus up those topseller lists. Never turn down an opportunity.
Unless, perhaps, you’re a CNN personality crusading for tougher gun laws and the fellow offering a review is a frequent on-air opponent. Such was the scenario that unfolded on Twitter today, with that CNN personality being, of course, Piers Morgan and that on-air opponent being John Lott, author of “More Guns, Less Crime.” . . .
Perhaps this is a branding thing for Morgan. Bill O’Reilly has claimed the maverick brand; Rachel Maddow the brainy brand; Sean Hannity the ideological purity brand; Ed Schultz the blowhard brand; and so on. That leaves the nasty brand wide open.UPDATE: February 24th, 2014, from part of Erik Wemple's column on Piers losing his show.