Bacon tuxedoes – they really exist

Posted: March 26, 2012 in Blog round up
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Yes, folks, it’s link round-up time.

As one commenter says, “I’m sure [Scott Nicholson] just scared the – life – out of a lot of people…”
Scott Nicholson talks about the ad-infested future of the e-book on Murderati.

Author MJ Holmes gives five reasons why it’s OK for authors to bash “Twilight”.  Numbers 1 and 2 could also be reasons why bashing “Twilight” is an exercise in futility.

“…you’re more awesome than a monkey in a bacon tuxedo riding a cyborg unicorn with a lightsaber for a horn…”
Who is this kid Flint, and how can I find him so I can offer him a publishing contract?

Ray Garton reveals How to Deal with Writers Effectively in One Easy Lesson (and by the way, Andrew Lawston, I am a voucher-clipping stay-at-home mum, and I resent that remark).

“No matter how many winky-face emoticons you add, somebody is still going to think you’re not kidding.”
I love M. Edward McNally.  If I weren’t already married, I might propose, ‘cos  there’s nothing more attractive than a man who makes you laugh (except, perhaps, for a set of abs you can grate cheese on).  Here, Mr McNally gives us Facebook Etiquette 101.

  1. Flint’s letter is the most awesomest piece of fan mail I have ever seen. All hail supreme Ultra-Lord Flint and his bacon-tuxedo-wearing monkeys!

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