After an author has been dead for some time, it becomes increasingly difficult for his publishers to get a new book out of him each year.
Not true these days. 😉
I don’t know about that. They do seem to manage.
Ghostwriters are wonderful to revive a dead author. ;-D
My friend Tom Clancy says this is fake news! 🙂
Ian Fleming would agree.
“They use everything about the hog except the squeal.”
― Upton Sinclair, The Jungle
Oh, how sweetly naive he his 🙂 This must have been written before VC Andrews died and “left all her stories in a box.”
He died in 1945, so… yeah.
Explains it all then … especially since for some reason I was thinking of Peter Benchly, author of “Jaws.” Terrible with names? Yes, I am.
The Tolkien family would also disagree.
Hey, if the dead can vote (especially in Chicago), then why can’t they write? Not like they have much else to occupy their time 🙂
The dead even have their own polling places in Chicago.
Oh, THAT sounds like a great story idea.
This belongs in the ‘once upon a time’ box. 🙂
I discovered Benchly in the library. He was wonderful. I wish libraries would still carry the old stuff.
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