Links in blogs discussing the Amazon/Macmillan controversy led me back to your blog. Lucky me. You and John Scalzi summed up the situation as well as anyone. My thoughts about publishing in general have been evolving, and your writing is making me re-think several things, and discard a few ideas that no longer have currency. Thank you for that.
While I was there I read through your posts for the past month or so. There's a string of three (Luck You, What I Know, and Resolutions) that aren't just informative, but inspiring. I debate from time to time whether I want to put up with what writers seem destined to put up with nowadays; reading these posts has me revved up again.
Hey Joe,as always innovative and ahead of the curve, and I am not talking about your stomach showing up around a corner before the rest of you, but rather I am speaking of ADs on your freebie E-books. I want an ad right there, my man. You are the man! Need details. Size matter? Cover Art OK, I would imagine. Photo of me and Pongo, OK? etc.
esteemed friend of JA Konrath who can attest that th eman indeed has a "fuzzy navel." See y'all at Love is Murder at the Scotch tasting room.
Here is a non Sci-Fi movie qoute:
I've seen it coming for some time. Cocaine is no damn good for anybody.
The future. .
The future is grass. Grass, buddy!
I have 60 tons of Thai stick coming in.
It's on the way.