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Prince Dietrich is not my love

Prince Dietrich is not my love

He’s just a prince that says that he’s the one, but King Ulaf hates his son. If you never thought you’d see a Michael Jackson song quote used so fabulously in a blog post, THINK AGAIN. Well, my sweet little prince is getting even more attention. The latest, IngeniousCat has taken my handsome nobleman for a proverbial ride, and she seems to have enjoyed it.

Dietrich, random

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Author spotlight: me, me, me!

Author spotlight: me, me, me!

Children of the Internet, prophets, readers, fans, and friends! Nothing warms my heart more than thermonuclear reactions, and failing that, when someone puts me under a spotlight. Since I have a highly developed sense of narcissism and histrionics with a dab of self-diagnosed megalomania, USI and a keen love for the stage, being called to attention by others, in a good way, is a great boon. On a more serious note, but not by a lot, I have not one but two author spotlights for you!

Celebration
Image taken from Wikimedia Commons, licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.

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They call me the Limerick Man

They call me the Limerick Man

As you may have noticed, if you follow me on Goodreads, most of my book reviews contain a nice little limerick, the true form of folk poetry. Of course, in the best tradition of British national humor, it’s all about balls and asses. In my case, slightly more related to the books at hand. Now, I wanted to share with you, and so, here’s a small collection of some of my finer limericks. For more, you will have to browse Goodreads, but here be an appetizer.

Limericks teaser

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Amazon.co.uk reviews are coming in, too!

Amazon.co.uk reviews are coming in, too!

Hey, hey, good things are afoot in the kingdom of Igor. That would be my kingdom. I’ve just realized I have several new reviews on Amazon.co.uk, in addition to the dot com site. Always a pleasure to see someone commenting on your work, in a simple, honest way, especially if the simplicity and honesty lean toward a favorable outcome. What’s more, one of the reviews was written within the framework of my Ubuntu smartphone contest thingie, so it is nice to see this little community effort coming along and taking shape, speed and publicity. Anyhow, this brings the total tally for mid-May, roughly a young since the book was published, to 29 reviews, with an average score of 4.3. Not bad.

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