Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Reality Revisions

It really doesn't help when the cardinals in Rome elect a pope whose life story matches that of the major bad guy in your novel.


  1. Your bad guy is Cliff from CHEERS?

  2. Anonymous8:39 AM

    Ah yes, another curve ball...

    Wanted to take the time to say thanks for all the straight talk about the industry. Not many folks in the industry seem all that willing to be honest about it. I suppose its fear of some kind of backlash from saying anything negative. The cards are stacked against us writers so heavily that I believe many of us are scared. Scared for our books, for our careers and for our income (if any). Kind of puts the light out in the tower of truth.

    You keep that light burning for all of us that are still struggling with the beginning of things. Thanks for that.


    -- F.

  3. Anonymous10:10 AM

    Are you kidding? What a marketing angle! I can see the TV spots now. :)

  4. Oh, man... have not had NEARLY enough coffee yet out here in Cali. I read that as "when the cannibals in Rome elect..."

  5. ROFL!
    In that vein, check this out (before it gets deleted):

  6. Hey, you think that's bad, I've got a short satire circulating which paints the former Cardinal Ratzinger in a less than favorable light. I keep expecting an elite squad of Swiss Guard to spirit me away any day now, never to be seen again...


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