File this one under “WHOA!”
— BookAuthority (@bookauthority) July 27, 2020
Full disclosure — I have no idea how EDrenaline Rush ended up on the radar of the good people of BookAuthority. But regardless of how they found it, I’m honored to see it ranked so prominently in the top 25 titles on this list of the “100 Best Teaching Books of All Time.”
From what I’ve been able to gather by digging around the site, BookAuthority “collects dozens of different signals about each book (such as public mentions, recommendations, ratings, sentiment and sales history) and uses a propritary algorithm to rate each book.
Only the very best books are featured in BookAuthority’s lists. To keep our site objective and unbiased, ratings are calculated based purely on data. We do not accept authors’ requests to feature a book, nor do we charge any money to be featured.”
I’m grateful to everyone who’s taken some time out of their reading to share a review on Amazon or elsewhere on the web. Your comments and feedback continue to keep EDrenaline Rush timely and relevant in academic circles with fellow educators looking to change the game, and I sincerely appreciate your continued efforts to help share this resource with teachers all around the globe. THANK YOU! It is a tremendous honor to get this kind of recognition, and it is only made possible by your incredible support!
TL;DR: Thanks gang.
(Cheap plug: EDrenaline Rush is available for purchase on Amazon.)