I haven't been writing much in this thing for two years now. Reason is, I've been on a learning binge instead, and a lot of what I used to think I knew has gone by the board in the process. Maybe someday I'll feel I know enough to have something to say again.
But meanwhile, I just had to share this observation from TJ Geezer, whose keen insight is always welcome here:
Someone responsible for writing one of the low-end Kindle books I persist in saddling myself with described "some old song about blue suede shoes" being "crooned" by Elvis Presley. Really.
That's in a league with a low-end SF space opera that set off explosive nuclear charges midway between two asteroids so the concussive effects would move the two large space rocks apart. Really. Of course, the space ship withdrew but the explosion was so powerful, its concussion caught up and hit the tail end of their space ship, throwing the people in it forward against the bulkhead. Really.
I do wish wannabe writers would stop trying to write about things they obviously know absolutely nothing about. After awhile their ignorance stops being comical.Too true! But low-end Kindle books make emails from TJ a lot of fun.