Chapin City Blues

Writing is writing whether done for duty, profit, or fun.

Suicide is painless

So my last post went over well, but not well enough. No one sent me any angry e-mails. And the linetrap post hasn’t been knocked off the most hit list. Not that I mind Bailey Jay bringing all the boys to the yard, I just thought a post about anal sex (well, a story about anal sex) would blow her milkshake out the park.

I was wrong, of course. Instead, my review (can we even call it that?) of a poorly written erotic story (can I even call it that?) was noticed by someone whose blog I linked. Huzzah! to me.

Perhaps, I found a niche for the blog. I promised no reviews, and technically the last post wasn’t a review. At least not in the sense of book review. Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach. I haven’t written a decent story since 2007. My writing well dried up.

But it won’t always be poorly written stories that hit my blog. I’ll feature well written stories – I’m reading one that will be remarkably awesome. Before I sign off for this post, I just want to let you know that the following is a very real book. Adios.


2 thoughts on “Highway to Hell

  1. Marjorie Anne says:

    I just finished reading Fifty Shades of Black and Blue. It was worth the $4.99 I paid for it. Of course, it wouldn’t have been so enjoyable if I hadn’t have read Fifty Shades of Grey first.

    1. gllrmo says:

      Like I said, I only got so far with Fifty Shades. The writing style – I use that loosely – bothered me to no end. But what makes one book terrible makes a parody enjoyable, I suppose.

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