Portfolio: The Outrageous and Completely Untrue History of the Sport of Darts Book Cover
Publisher: Xlibris (July 6, 2010)
Humorist Paul Seigel (aka “Dartoid”) has written more than 400 columns about the sport of darts. His popular column, Dartoid’s World, is regularly featured by Bull’s Eye News, the American Darts Organization’s Double Eagle, and numerous other darts publications around the globe. His first book, It’s a Funny Game, Darts. Life. (Totem Point, 2005) met with high acclaim and sold eight copies. His second book, The Year 2008 in Darts (Xlibris, 2010), is expected to reach double digits. Paul lives in Tampa, Florida with his wife of 30 years, Marylou. They have a daughter, Jami, and share their home with a golden retriever, Bentley, and Rompin’ Romy the Tsunami, a street puppy which Paul carried home following a darts adventure in Bucharest, Romania.
This is Dartoid’s most recent and tiniest work of darts fiction and we should indeed be grateful for the latter. I can solemnly attest that it is, in my very humble opinion, quite the most historically inaccurate and stupid thing that anyone has ever put to paper. Despite his advance apologies to his God, and many others, I am certain that they are insufficient to prevent him from being cast into Hades when the Grim Reaper eventually comes to call. Having said that, IT IS FUN!!! ~ Patrick Chaplin Ph.D.