The Lunatic on Goodreads!


If you saw the comment, you are lucky! In the Dewlogic blog entry I made titled, Romance Readers, Dew Does Stir, Brisha made a comment that involved what she called, “the lunatic on Good reads.” Dew deleted it. Now if you read Boiling Pot, you already know who Brisha was referring to, the figurehead they put on Goodreads to give a fake review of one of Dew’s books. I admit it was a slightly rough comment, but it was after all Brisha’s comment. She was entitled to her opinion. And Dew goes, “Whatever they do over there on Goodreads or whatever they call them, I cannot control, but this is my blog. I don’t even know how I got on that freaking place.” I really don’t care how she got on that freaking place, but my argument is that although the comment was on her blog, the entry was mine. We took a vote and it was one to one. I say Brisha’s vote should count. She says that it’s no justice at all, if the defendants vote stands as a count. And I say I do not understand English. I’m blogging about it on irtblog! Here Ladies, and gentlemen, where our votes still counts one to one, I get to blog about the lunatic on Goodreads.  If I were to be totally free, I will start naming the names of those behind her…oh yes…peek-a-boo…I see you…oh yes I do., but while you’re hiding try reading Darkness Abiding. Let’s let go of crap for the moment. Dew sidetracks me by giving An Advantage of having a Boyfriend in her notes. Who’s she kidding? There are bigger Advantages than the one she mentioned!




1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Brisha
    Nov 09, 2009 @ 18:49:47

    Although i get Dew’s point, Getting a say feels good @Susan!


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