Use a hashtag and you’re bound to have a tweet turn up at some point in an unexpected place.
What a surprise, though, when my tweet was harvested for the #amwriting page of a Paper.li site called Literary Obscurity.
Just where a writer wants to be, right?
No real complaint from me, though. I had a good laugh.
Better yet, it gave me something more to pitch back out to the madding cloud to be RT’d several times and counting.
If Literary Obscurity brings me another reader or two with a few bucks to spare on a good book, so be it.
Here’s what the item looked like on the page, from which it may already have been refreshed into oblivion. (Click the image, though, and it will take you to the Barnes&Noble site.)
2 thoughts on “Into the madding cloud: Reveling in literary obscurity”
Thanks! Wish I could, but I’ll be in Iowa that week, dagnabbit. Toast the Duke for me.
To help you forget your obscurity, come to our John Wayne Barbeque on June 6th, to celebrate the birth of a less obscure Iowan.
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