Someone wrote to ask me if this makes my head explode.
Yes. Yes, it does.
Also, a reader points out that you can get the Chaliceblog (or any other blogger blog) in bound form here. Of course, for $14.95 for the first 20 pages plus 35 cents for each additional page, I'd be happy to READ you the Chaliceblog, tuition bills being what they are.
Was it not Solomon who observed that to the making of books there was no end?
I have done a little self publishing over the years having had a sideline printing business for close to three decades.
Finally retired from that but I handcolor Prayer of Jabez broadsides.
The mind boggles. Not that I can't imagine a prosecutor and judge having an affair, and keeping it secret, and each failing to notice that it represents a conflict of interest.
But for a judicial panel to be able to discern that?
What got into the air in Texas?
Sadly, I didn't need to read past the word "Texas" to know this would not turn out well.
On "Ardor in the Court:" I purchased "The Sisters Antipodes" today. Hopefully it will be a Christmas gift this year.
"Of course, for $14.95 for the first 20 pages plus 35 cents for each additional page, I'd be happy to READ you the Chaliceblog, tuition bills being what they are."
You know, that's really not a bad idea at all. You could burn CDs on your computer of you reading your blog and offer them for sale. People would get a lot out of it; you have an expressive voice. Listening to you, chalicesseurs would get the exact amount of snark or reverence or whatever you actually intended, rather than imagining it from cold type, and hear the correct pronunciation of unfamiliar words; in addition, you could add sound effects. Perhaps you could persuade Linguist Friend to participate as well. Have a dinner party, draft your guests, and assign them identities to be the voices of the comments!
I'd buy CDs like that.
You're too kind.
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