Sunday, October 11, 2009

The Pot Thief at Murderous Musings

The Pot Thief Who Studied Pythagoras is currently featured at Murderous Musings: http://murderousmusings.blogspot.com. This is the blog of Pat Browning, author of Absinthe of Malice, and her blog has an impressive professional appearance.

Mike Orenduff

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4 comments:

Marilyn Meredith a.k.a. F. M. Meredith said...

Pat Browning is a good friend of mine. Years ago, she was the first reporter to interview me at my second booksigning. We did a lot of book events together before she moved to Oklahoma.

Marilyn
http://fictionforyou.com

WS Gager said...

I hope you message gets out about those organizations. I find it hard to swallow that I don't qualify to join because I will earn my money based on real sales, not projections. The world is changing with the Internet and I hope the organizations will change as well. There is a new financial model.
Wendy
W.S. Gager
A Case of Infatuation - now available
www.wsgager.com
www.oaktreebooks.com

Mike Orenduff said...

Thanks, Wendy. You are correct; "the times they are a changing," to quote Dylan. A least I think it was Dylan?

Mike

BillieJohn said...

This is precisely why (among other things) I am looking at ways to create a presence at the big events, even if we are technically on the outside to start. Things are changing, and sooner or later, barriers crumble. In times gone by, Jewish people could not belong to the country clubs, and black people couldn't sit at the lunch counter, and women couldn't serve in the military or as police officers, and foreign cars were considered cheap and tacky, and on and on. Wendy is right...a point comes where the business model says, "we'll get more with them in, than with them out," and then there is a shift.

I say, let's be there, let's push on that shift.

Oh, and yeah, definitely Dylan.

Billie...feeling her oats today!