My Malignant Ocelot

As reported in a previous post I finished my contribution to world culture at the beginning of July. For a couple of month my manuscript scurried hither and yon from agent to agent flaunting itself wantonly in an effort to get noticed. I am pleased to announce that after flashing its chapters at random strangers it has finally managed to secure the services of an agent. I am now signed with Zenos Literary Agency and thus stage two of masterplan is completed – now it is time for stage three; getting a publisher. Something that I am deliriously happy to leave in the hands of Mssr. Berlyne and Parker.

About Paul Graham Raven

Science fiction, foresight, (post)humanities, infrastructure futures research. Guitarist, scruffy mountebank. Opinions mine, not my employer's. Velcro City · http://www.velcro-city.co.uk
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4 Responses to My Malignant Ocelot

  1. pbristow says:

    [BLINKS IN SURPRISE] You’re alive? =:oO

    [RUSHES UP AND HUGS YOU] You’re alive! =:o>

    [RUNS OUT OF THE ROOM, YELLING] Hey, everyone, Ben’s alive!

    [HEADS FOR THE NEAREST ‘PHONE BOX AND TAPS OUT A NUMBER]

    Hello, Assassin’s Guild? Yeah, well you missed, didn’t you? We’re witholding payment! [PHONE-SLAM]

    =:o?

    [LOOKS FORWARD TO MEETING THE ICE-CREAM ADDICTED IRISH CAT]

  2. It’s always nice to know that one is wanted dead or alive.

  3. Tina Small says:

    hey nice blog, what about link exchange with me?

    House M.D. Blog

    Cheers

  4. I assume that means I put a link to your site – right? Okay why not.

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