Tuesday, March 11, 2014

What We Have Here...

...is a failure to communicate.

But it was entirely my fault.
The original post is here. You should probably take a look at it, because it's full of a bunch of pictures and actors and authors and stuff. Then, you can go here and find out what I was trying to communicate in that post.
Because it's the author's job to communicate in a way that his audience will understand, and I clearly didn't do that with the post in question.

So hop over to Indie Writers Monthly.

10 comments:

Crystal Collier said...

LOL. Did you brain fracture in half this week? Mine did. Whew! It was feeding muenster to the lions that did it. ;)

Michael Offutt, Phantom Reader said...

But, but, you are so good at communication!

Arlee Bird said...

I'm there at the site. And I agree with Michael. It's just our comprehension that gets a bit off at times.

Lee
An A to Z Co-Host
Tossing It Out

Arlee Bird said...

I'm there at the site. And I agree with Michael. It's just our comprehension that gets a bit off at times.

Lee
An A to Z Co-Host
Tossing It Out

The Armchair Squid said...

A picture's worth a thousand words, but not always the particular thousand words you intend.

Andrew Leon said...

Crystal: I think my brain has just run out of energy. Too many demands makes it squishy.

Michael: Usually, yes, but you can't pitch a perfect game every time (see all the baseball influence on me, right now).

Lee: Well, you know, when I was putting that post together, I knew I might run into some trouble with the lack of words, but I went with it anyway.

TAS: I wonder how you measure the worth of a thousand words. I think that must be marketing at its finest.

Maurice Mitchell said...

A controversial point Andrew and a thought provoking topic.

Andrew Leon said...

Maurice: I hope it's thought-provoking, but I hadn't thought of it as controversial.

Jean Marie said...

Left a comment (Ok, two) on the Indie Writers page. Good post! Never put that correlation together before.

Andrew Leon said...

Jean: It was just a stray thought I had. I'm glad I caught it.