According to the Business Insider, if someone is “wearing a tin foil hat” it means that they have paranoia or a belief in conspiracy theories, especially involving government surveillance or paranormal beings. Originally, the term referred to the practice of wearing headgear consisting of metal foil to block mind-reading.”
So don’t even try to read our minds.
Yeah, but who are you? (see, I’ve already read your minds – so it’s time for the tin hats folks. Instructions to follow.)
The truthful answer: We’re just a group of writers fed up with marketing our books the old fashioned way. All nicey, nicey sugar and spicy. If you want to call yourself a virtual friend, then you really need to buy a few of our books. I don’t just mean a single sympathy buy, but rather a whole shelf load. A sufficient quantify to make moving even more difficult when you lose your sorry-ass job after Trump is elected.
How’s that for a self defeating sales pitch?
If you feel like venting or have some seriously bad marketing ideas, do consider a guest post. Or tell us about your favorite S&M joint. Or review a book that’s truly horrible but the writer’s a fellow author so you really have to be nicey nicey on Amazon or Goodreads or any of those god-forsaken sites that post bogus reviews. Let ‘er rip here.