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Re: How do terrible books get published?

Posted: December 7th, 2010, 11:08 am
by Fenris
Cookie wrote:Your welcome. Now go build a chocolate book fort and revel in its chocolately goodness. ;)
[cry of dismay] I don't have enough chocolate! Maybe I'll get marshmallows and build a s'more fort... :D

Re: How do terrible books get published?

Posted: December 7th, 2010, 11:10 am
by Cookie
Fenris wrote:
Cookie wrote:Your welcome. Now go build a chocolate book fort and revel in its chocolately goodness. ;)
[cry of dismay] I don't have enough chocolate! Maybe I'll get marshmallows and build a s'more fort... :D
That is even awesomer!

Re: How do terrible books get published?

Posted: December 7th, 2010, 11:12 am
by Watcher55
Talk about devouring literature and a ravenous hunger for knowledge - kinda adds a whole new perspective.

Re: How do terrible books get published?

Posted: December 7th, 2010, 11:31 am
by Margo
As the only member of this forum with public works and planning experience (so far as I know), I am afraid I must insist on reviewing the plans and specs for all edible forts. To be certain only the highest quality building materials are used, I will need to take core samples with my spoon...er engineering tools. I think I should also do site inspections and issue permits for a small permit fee, payable in chocolate.

Re: How do terrible books get published?

Posted: December 7th, 2010, 3:06 pm
by J. T. SHEA
Margo, I think Harold Bloom wrote a limp-wristed Edgar Allan Poe pastiche called THE BONELESS HAND.

I doubt Cheekychook would have planning code problems, since the chocolate book fort would probably be classified as a temporary structure. VERY temporary if I had it.