12.13.2005

Enticing? Think again

Makes sense.If I sent you something saying her read my blog tho for example in the comments would you?Paper would just be you know, an extra step farther away from it.www.thelewdangel.com


Let's see.
Two misspelled words;
No punctuation to speak of;
and, "lewd angel" for a url.

What do YOU think?

13 comments:

OrphanGirl said...

I don't think that's English ... even American internet English.

Justin R. Buchbinder said...

SCANDAL!

Miss Snark, so I was listening in on this webinar and it seems like I've stumbled across the admittance of a scandal at this self-pub press.

If you do have time to listen, click in to 52:43 or aroundabouts on the site... apparently they're continuing to charge $400 to "self publishing authors" for a review that's not written by who they're claiming has written it.

More deception from POD... who's shocked?

Carter said...

Obviously a product of the public schools.

Stephen said...

The url is probably misspelled too. Not that "the low dangle" is that much more appealing.

emeraldcite said...

That is an interesting blog.

Stacy said...

This is one of the reasons I couldn't teach no more. No mas.

SHELTONSFAMILY said...

Well I would love to have the time to be an autor. However, I have failed to take the time to do anything about it. If anyone is interested in any of my stories. Please let me know. Thank you.

Audiate said...

Wow, a blog that describes itself as "the longest suicide note"??? That's, um, disturbing. To say the least.

FerfeLaBat said...

I think that a product of public schools likes to read, too. I'm guessing they would probably read The Lewd Angel -- editing errors not with standing. Do you want to sell books or just keep writing to an exclusive little club?

For the record, I have no idea who that is, but I think it's time someone pointed out that consumers of fiction come in many stages of brain development.

M. G. Tarquini said...

Sounds like Yoda.

Um...will anybody think any less of me if I admit that I have no idea what this post is about?

For The Trees said...

I think it's time someone pointed out that consumers of fiction come in many stages of brain development.

Hmmmm. Does this mean I can get away with selling the first draft of my novel for as much as the edited finished rewrite? Hmmmmmm. Interesting.

Harry Connolly said...

Needs more nudity.

Folklore Fanatic said...

The scary thing is that THAT particular nitwit can type better than a good deal of wannabes on the online writing forums. *shudder, shudder*