Keep the Change by Steve Dublanica
A Clueless Tipper's Quest to Become the Guru of the Gratuity

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In the irreverent spirit of A.J. Jacobs and Michael Moore, Keep the Change by Steve Dublanica is a pavement-pounding exploration of tipping, a huge but neglected part of the American economy—the hilarious and eye-opening follow-up to his smash-hit New York Times bestseller Waiter Rant. Subtitled “A Clueless Tipper’s Quest to Become the Guru of the Gratuity,” Keep the Change follows the popular blogger known as “the Waiter” from restaurant to casino to strip club and beyond as he explores what to tip and how tipping truly plays out in practice in a series of candid, funny, and sometimes uproariously cringe-inducing adventures.

 

About Steve Dublanica

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Steve Dublanica is the bestselling author of Waiter Rant, which spent twelve weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. He lives in the New York metropolitan area with his joint-custody dog, Buster.
 
Published November 2, 2010 by HarperCollins e-books. 323 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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The author of Waiter Rant (2007) follows up with this similarly energetic insider's look at tipping.

Oct 19 2010 | Read Full Review of Keep the Change: A Clueless T...

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The concept of gratuity is the subject of this second book from the unmasked author of Waiter Rant and, like his first, has its own lad-lit charms and contrivances. Opening with a broad and light cult

Sep 13 2010 | Read Full Review of Keep the Change: A Clueless T...

New York Journal of Books

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“Mr. Dublanica seems to specialize in telling us how to be considered good customers by the impoverished workers who depend on tips, and by the business people who make them depend on tips. Perhaps all of us—the workers and Mr. Dublanica included—should start instructing business people on how to...

Sep 06 2011 | Read Full Review of Keep the Change: A Clueless T...

New York Journal of Books

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“Mr. Dublanica seems to specialize in telling us how to be considered good customers by the impoverished workers who depend on tips, and by the business people who make them depend on tips. Perhaps all of us—the workers and Mr. Dublanica included—should start instructing business people on how to...

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