TYPO OF THE WEEK
Real Mistakes, Real Laughs:
Air bases were built on captured islands of Tinian, Saipan, and Guam but they were barley within the range of the long-range bombers.
(hope the bombadiers weren't on gluten-free diets)
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Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Each presidential election seems to sink farther down into the quagmire of negative campaigns. With all the mud-slinging, it's hard to discern whom the TV ads are promoting. Good thing it happens only once every four-to-eight years. Imagine what it would be like if professional writers engaged in such promotional schmear tactics:
(unflattering close-up still photo slowly fills screen, revealing every cavernous pore, as voiceover speaks)
You wouldn't let a doctor who's never operated perform your surgery. You wouldn't board an airplane with a pilot who's never flown. But you'd publish work by an author who can't even stick to a single genre? The New York Times bestseller list is no place for on-the-job-training.
Cynthia Polansky's radical views on authorship don't resonate with Joe the Reader. America needs novels that are tried and true, like Reader's Digest Condensed Books -- Large Print Edition. So this November 4th, let's bring back the kind of reading material that shows what Americans are really made of.
I'm Danielle Steel and I approved this message. *
Happy Election Day!
* this post is for entertainment purposes only and does not represent any actual opinions expressed by celebrity authors or politicians.