Nevada has wonderful outdoor recreation (hiking, golf, climbing, biking, skiing, boating, and on and on), historical sites, shopping, restaurants, museums, and spas, just to get started. If you're not into that, it has great shows of all kinds, concerts, gambling, and oddities. The state is diverse in geography, economy, and culture. It has something for everyone. It doesn't have everything for everyone, but it has something. Doesn't every state have something for everyone if they just care to look?
Hey, we've all been places that underwhelmed. The point is to take from a place what you can. Go in with a positive attitude, do some research, and try to have fun. Oh, and if you ever find yourself putting together a web site promoting your book, do a quick spell check (ahem, Ms. Price, that means you).
Ms. Price seems like an intelligent, funny, and well-rounded individual. Her book won't harm any of the sites listed, and it might even promote some of them. I'd just be more interested in a book that lists both the best things to do and see, as well as those that are best skipped, with the focus on the good. Since we moved to Las Vegas, we constantly hear about all of the things people hate about Vegas, and are often met with surprise when people learn that there is more to the city than a five-mile strip of casinos. Come on, people! Las Vegans don't sit around playing slot machines and drinking booze from novelty cups until it's time to get to work flipping nudie cards at passers-by or stripping! Sorry for going off on a tangent...
If you care to look for beautiful, interesting, and fun things in Nevada, check here first. Then here. Maybe I'll do a little post on things to love about this place soon. Hey, here's a pretty place I haven't visited yet, the Ruby Mountains.