I’m not sure if you’re still accepting submissions today, but if you are, I would like to send you this photo of me and my boyfriend. I love our lazy mornings in bed together, when we wake up and just stay in bed making out and cuddling till lunchtime. I think this photo depicts in a very cute way our laziness and how much affection we have with each other.
Next week is his birthday, he will take a small trip to Berlin and unfortunately we won’t be able to celebrate together, but I want him to see this submission and take it as a small birthday present, knowing how much I miss to spend my morning (and days and nights) with him.
What a great present, you chose the perfect moment to capture your passionate kiss. I am missing mornings like the one you described so bad, and I can’t wait to spend time with Trouble rolling around in our bed. I really like how nicely you’re resting your hand on his chest, and that you’re wearing a white tank top. Very sexy and beautiful, thanks so much for sharing. And I hope your boyfriend has a happy birthday and you both have a wonderful reunion when he gets back.
Psst…they don’t realize yet that this ceased to be about me long upstream. This is a master-class in literary criticism and textual analysis and they have no idea what I’m talking about + no idea how qualified I am to teach it. It just amazes me that they call themselves writers but aren’t interested in the words. I don’t know any writers like that; and my writer’s group thinks this is DELICIOUS.
They also think I’m being too patient and generous. But that’s just me. These guys over here would have laid waste to them long ago. Think Dale Peck then think about five of him! No serious writer gives a second thought to correcting an Internet book ‘reviewer’ who misrepresents their work. This is serious business for serious people and our livelihoods are on the line. Writers are brave and we don’t tolerate shoddy thinking. The NYT and the WSJ don’t make amateurish mistakes and that’s why we send Christmas presents to them every year.
-dude who wrote a book about a sentient Teddy bear detective.
I AM SO NOT KIDDING. Link.
mange-pleure-adore said: I was so excited when I saw you reblog something of mine. I was like “Yesssss, you’re back.”
I don’t even know who is still active on this thing anymore.
A cuddly noir Multi-Touch novel demonstrates both the advantages and drawbacks of self-published ebooks.
I have never seen a better example of “author gone nuts.” Ever.
I am speechless. It’s performance art. I am almost sure he’s just trolling.
There’s two kinds of women—those you write poems about and those you don’t.