A vast public collection of real-life rejection
So true. If you're (in)famous, it's easy to get a book published no matter how terrible it is--Speidi, Lauren Conrad, Bam Margera, Kanye West, et al.
Like, duh. Murdering her coworkers just gave her some platform. Hell-oooo, you can't just expect an agent like moi to take a fiction novel on its own merits. You wanna sell me a novel about a biologist who, like, goes, like, postal when she doedn't get tenure? You gotta be a biologist who goes postal. Cha, I gotta go to the mall now.
This is what I'm talking about. Now that she committed a crime, agents will WANT to publish her novels.
If agents want to publish her novel it's because the same people who followed Tiger Wood's non-presser presser today would gladly fork over 24.95 to read it. People sell what other people buy.
i would have thought her relation to John Irving would be enough, but i guess her new found "platform" will really seal the deal for her now. can she collect royalties while on death row? i think any money she gets from publishing her books (which believe me, they will get published) should go to the victims.
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