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Old 10-06-2011, 06:18 AM   #51
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I love that Ann Crispin 'giving away' excerpts of a novel is considered a sign that this cirius' boycott is working.
Well, it did make me go read the excerpts and that made me order the book, so I figure something worked.
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Old 10-06-2011, 07:22 AM   #52
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I feel like I should thank TWA for giving me a good reading list.

...wait, that was supposed to be a boycott list? My bad.
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Old 10-06-2011, 07:29 AM   #53
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Amazing how that little mistake keeps getting made.

Ah, the wonderful sound of publicity.

Please, please boycott me too!
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Old 10-06-2011, 08:03 AM   #54
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I made the list. Maybe they'll buy lots of copies of my book to burn.

Of course, this is "The Write Agenda", so they'll probably buy e-copies.
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Heck, I've been giving away excerpts on my webpage since 1996.
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I made the list for retweeting Yog's Law a while back.

Hey, if I'm a bad guy for stating I believe writers should get paid for their work, well heck, that's a black hat I'm absolutely willing to wear (-:
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I made the list for retweeting Yog's Law a while back.
In what world does retweeting Yog's Law qualify as hostile to writers? I mean, I know this didn't make sense anyway, but that...
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Scammers absolutely hate Yog's Law: Money flows toward the author.

Observe vanity-pressmeister Richard Tate foaming at the mouth over the thought that publishers should pay authors rather than the other way around: http://absolutewrite.com/forums/show...postcount=1413 (my comments interspersed--Doctor Dick didn't release my comment on his blog (wonder why)).
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No, I know the scammers hate the Law... what bewilders me is how any group that purports to be defending writers could claim with a straight face that Yog's Law is is hostile to writers, or that anyone would believe that it was.
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My local branch of John Lewis (a wonderful UK department store chain, for those of you who don't know it) gives away free samples of curtain material for colour matching.

I guess they should be on the list too.
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I am finding this thread so amusing. I love it when publicity goes the opposite way than intended... don't they know the old PR maxim of 'anything you ban becomes instantly desirable'? I mean tobacco and alcohol have been benefitting from this one for decades.
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I've RTd Yog's Law too. What am I, chopped liver?
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I don't get the part about sending their boycott list to libraries. Most librarians, no matter where they're located, are rather fond of allowing books - all books, any sort of books, no matter the philosophy or ideas they espouse - be available for the public to peruse and borrow. I know of one library - small, middle-class town - that regularly displays so-called 'banned books' in the hopes that the citizenry will read them. I was just a kid when a librarian told me that 'A Catcher in the Rye' would be a good choice for my book report. (We'd already read it in class, I told her.) And this was the 1960's.

So this part I do not comprehend ...
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I think most libraries have thier own policies for which books they stock (like one I used to go to seemed to have the policy of only stock the second book in any trilogy... no idea why ) and resent being told what to order. So you may be right...
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I seriously doubt that this "Write Agenda" person has actually sent a list to anyone.

All crazy-talk, no action.
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All crazy-talk, no action.
Such a list would immediately encourage most librarians to order the books in question.
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We should all retweet Yog's Law today. It'll be a tweet in!
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Is there an official version of Yog's law or do we just tweet it anyway we want?
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Opposition to Yog's Law simply means your business model is "Money flows AWAY from the writer." Say whut?!?!
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From the mouth of Yog hisownself in post #58: "Money flows toward the author."
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