I was once taken on by Salman Rushdie’s agent.
He told me I was the next PJ O’Rourke. Not that the world especially needed the first one.
As time went on, I was too busy, the agent was too busy and then I made a mess of things by continually moving countries.
The agent, perhaps in protest, retired.
I have several writing projects currently in the course of being developed, started, thrown away or finished.
In the next few months, I’ll be publishing an e-book called “Proverbial Nonsense.”
Only the truly astute, observant (or lucky) will guess what it’s about.
It’s like “Eats, Shoots and Leaves,” but without any need for you to leave at all.
If you’re a very clever agent (who’s not about to retire) and can see what I’m doing here and elsewhere, you should definitely contact me at email@example.com.
Yes, it’s Hotmail.
That’s the sort of inverted thinking that allegedly makes many people read Technically Incorrect.
In case you hadn’t noticed, there is a fair amount of humor, irony and sarcasm to my work.