Friday, October 17, 2008

Fresh Links & Pictures--veinglory

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Internet use is making us stupider... and smarter.

Note: some new comments on the Dark Castle Lords post from February (where does the time go?)

Questionable Halloween Costume --unless you are intending to go to a very interesting party in which case I would have positioned the spots differently.


At YahooAnswers: Open Question, Sleeping Clue (a.k.a. worst. market. ever.)

TeddyPig on Torquere Press

The I Love You mouse. Every time you rub its scoll button it lights up and says 'I love you'. Disturbing, much?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's interesting about Torquere, but they do publish authors other then themselves, right?

In gay romance comics, the Yaoi Press company seems to release titles from its CEO, and no one is saying the company is lesser for it.

I don't see anything wrong with self-publishing I guess.

Angela James said...

Emily, would you consider changing your comment format option so the comments show the date posted? I find it a little confusing to see only the poster's name and a time of day, with no date to associate with it.

Emily Veinglory said...

I will see what I can do :)

Annalee said...

I like the colors though! LOL.

Pheebles said...

I have one book in print with Torquere Press/Bareback angels and I can safely state that I am not one of the owners. Whether anyone believes that, though...

Cassidy Ryan is also in print with them, again, not one of the owners.

There are others, but for the sake of brevity, (and because I am sans brain this early in the morning and can't remember the names), I have not listed them here.

I am not defenind TP. Just pointing out that they do publish others in print in response to Anonymous.

My suggestion? Go check out their books in print and see for yourself.

Teddypigs article was reasonable, but a few books in print from other names NOT associated with owners would have added balance.

Pheebles said...

ye gods! it shows that I am sans brain. I made a new word! lol. 'defenind'? That should read defending.