No press is bad press, right?
I’ve been doing some research and on most famous websites, they have a tab appropriately titled, “Press” where a visitor will click to see what the media has said about their work.
I didn’t want to be left out of the loop, so I reached out to a few of my besties asking for comments and statements about my writing so I can fill out my Press tab, and ultimately skyrocket myself to stardom.
If you’re wondering if any of these statements were fabricated, the answer is: How dare you doubt my connections with Justin Timberlake and Chuck Norris! No, they are not made up.
Oprah really dubbed me the next Plato, and NSync really did write that song about me.
I’m sorry to all those teenage girls who thought they were special and assumed it was written about them; you weren’t and Lance Bass is still gay.
If you’d be so inclined, hop on over to my brand, spankin’, new Press tab, and let me know what you think!
… please click that link…
SIDENOTE: If anyone would like me to drum up a quote for a personal Press tab on their blog, please let me know, I am more than willing to give glowing, over-embellished reviews, statements, and comments, especially if I can include profanity and my affinity for BBQ sauce.
7 thoughts on “ATTENTION: Here’s What The Tabloids Are Saying”
You can write a Press Release about The Coastal Affair anytime! Hilarious.
I’ll see what I can dream up!
(Skeptical looks eyeing the link) (Eyes you again and the link) mmmmm..!
clickity click click!
Well now I’m wondering! will it bring you to fame or is it some diabolical plan mmmm!
I have a “Press” button on my belt buckle and when somebody clicks it I giggle like the Pillsbury Doughboy. Was that too much information? Sorry, I’ll leave now.
Never too much information. Never.