The Woman in White

the writings and ramblings of a writer and rambler

  • from The Woman in White, Martin Justice

FAQs

Okay, so saying these questions are “Frequently Asked” might be pushing it slightly. Perhaps better to say “Interesting, if not Frequently Asked, Questions.” Since nobody has asked me any questions, these are questions I have made up myself. These are questions I suspect you might have but haven’t gotten around to asking me yet, or questions that I have, or questions that you should have, or maybe even a question someone has actually asked me. (on a street corner, waiting for a bus.)

Basically I wanted an FAQ page. I love FAQ pages.

Anyway.

If you do, perchance, have a question for me, you can use the contact-me thingummy at the bottom of the page.

Who are you?

I am a writer. Anonymity is the new black, so that’s basically all the information you get. :) Here’s my official Who the Fuck Are You? page.

May I republish any of your writing either on the web or in actual physical printed form?

While I would be so tickled if anyone actually asked me this, the answer is: No. You may not. My words are mine. You are more than welcome to point people here (please!) but you do not have my permission to reprint my writing (fiction or non-fiction) anywhere.

Now, if you’re just copying a paragraph or two AND linking here (basically, if you’re copying within bloggy reason), I’ll probably go easy on you, but anything more than that and you get the flying monkeys.

Why are you publishing your fiction on a blog and not trying to earn money from it? That seems silly.

I wrote a blog post that partially answers this question, here. More detail in this blog post. This will be true soon.

Who is your favorite Star Wars character?

Boba Fett.

Batman or Superman?

Batman. Superman’s all super and stuff, but Batman has better toys.

If you were stuck on a deserted island, what 5 books would you want with you?

The Complete Works of Sherlock Holmes, The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde, Dracula, The Moonstone, and How to Escape From a Deserted Island in Ten Easy Steps.

Please note how four of those books are from before 1900 and one of them doesn’t exist. This explains a lot about me, actually.

More questions as I think of them.

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