Please note that this series is written in fun. If you don’t like hints of sarcasm and hyperbole don’t read this series. If you find the title offensive, don’t read this series. However, if you understand that this is a great time to be a writer of fiction and feel like a lone happy person in a tsunami of fear, read on.
“Every time you think you’ve been screwed by publishers in every possible way, you meet one who has read the Kama Sutra.” Cathy Crimmins
Writers have opinions—especially about other writers. Some like Michael Stackpole in his various posts think of them as “house slaves”, Sarah Hoyt compares them to abused wives as in the post “He Beats Me But He’s My Publisher” while Dean Wesley Smith just think they’re stupid (but he’s doing his best to help).
You already know what I think. I think writers are crazy. And in this group, some seem to be confusing themselves with ladies of the night.
“Writing is like prostitution. First you do it for the love of it, then you do it for a few friends, and finally you do it for the money.” Moliere