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Wednesday, January 04, 2017

How big is your brand?

Castalia author Mike Cernovich puts things in perspective:
You can monitor my brand in real-time on Amazon by watching my sales rank. You can do this for any author. Amazon ranks books based on how many copies have been sold over the past hour to 24 hours.
  • Mike Cernovich, Gorilla Mindset – #9,431
  • Robert Cialdini, Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade Kindle Edition by  #5,476
  • Scott Adams, How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life – #6,548
  • Lena Dunham, Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She’s “Learned” – #23,209
  • MILO, Dangerous – #897
  • Donald Trump, The Art of the Deal – #1,646
  • Hillary Clinton, Stronger Together – #152,422
  • Mike Cernovich, MAGA Mindset – #47,065
  • Ben Shapiro, True Allegiance –  #40,936
  • Vox Day, SJWs Always Lie – #5,022
  • Mike Cernovich, Danger & Play: Essays on Masculinity – #27,356
For those keeping track at home. I’ve surpassed Ben Shapiro, who had a ten-year head start on me and also has many billionaire sugar daddies, and am on par with Vox, whose IQ is way higher than mine and who has been writing longer than I have. (He’s my editor, proof that I work with the best!)

My brand is bigger than a Hillary Clinton surrogate (Lena Dunham) who had her own TV show, and not as large as MILO, Trump, or Scott Adams.

MILO is a once-in-a-generation talent, so there’s no competing with him, ever. No one can.
Amazon sales rank is much more relevant than the mainstream publishers, and the authors published by them, want to admit it is. Yes, it doesn't capture all possible sales, but the fact is that it captures far more than is required for a statistically relevant sample.

And while it is only a snapshot in time, and cannot capture the conventional sales from major publishers made via the bookstores, it is a vastly more accurate, and comprehensive, picture than that provided by the newspaper bestseller lists, or, God forbid, the SJW-converged awards. As Spacebunny mentioned to me yesterday, the Newbery Medal used to be an indicator of great books you should read, like The Black CauldronA Wrinkle in Time and The Dark is Rising. Now it is a reliable indicator of books you should avoid reading at all costs.

But the fact of the matter is that the Amazon rankings correctly indicate that bestselling authors such as Vaughn Heppner (#1,005), B.V. Larson (#884), and David VanDyke (#2,058) have bigger personal brands, and are much bigger influences on SF readers, than conventional authors such as John Scalzi (#8,062), Charles Stross (#9,127), and even China Mieville (#28,169), especially since the latter are heavily reliant upon their publisher's brands, distribution, and marketing efforts. Sure, more people recognize the names of the latter trio, but far more people actually buy and read books published by the former. And that's the aspect of brand that counts.

At Castalia, we're intent on building up the personal brands of our authors, not churning through authors with one predatory two-book deal after another, sitting on the rights as long as possible, then begrudgingly purchasing the mercenary allegiance of those who sell the best. Whether an author sells 50,000 books or 25 books, if we like the quality they are producing, we'll keep working with them. That's why you almost always see the authors we've published bring us additional books. And also that's why we've invited our authors to begin blogging at the Castalia House blog, including Nick Cole, David the Good, Peter Grant, and Mr. John C. Wright, Esq.

Our goal this year is to make Castalia House the best, most intelligent, SF/F-related site on the Internet. I hope you'll be a part of that.

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75 Comments:

Blogger Old Ez January 04, 2017 8:23 AM  

But just think of all the irrelevant pieces of crap that have been "best sellers". This is not a standard you want to hitch your wagon to. Maybe I'm an aristocrat but all of this "brand" talk comes off really poorly.

Blogger APL January 04, 2017 8:25 AM  

Amazed 23K bods have bought Lena Dunhams dribblings.

Anonymous Gravel January 04, 2017 8:35 AM  

Sales rank at any given time doesn't really tell you how popular a book is - for that, you need to look at the historical sales rank. Reason is, a single book sale in the past hour will bump your book way into the front, and a day or two with no sales will push way, way back.

So if you sell nothing for 3 days, no matter how many books you sold before you'll be pushed into the million plus rank. If you then suddenly sell 30 books the next day, you're upfront.

So it's more complicated than what's explained here, and a single dales rank can be misleading, highly so.

Blogger Shimshon January 04, 2017 8:36 AM  

@1 Old Ez, when speaking about a brand in this manner, it's just a pithy way of describing successful self-promotion. How much of Mike's (or Vox's, etc.) business is repeat business? I'd dare say a lot. That's brand. An author, a brand in his own right, both gives and receives something when collaborating with another brand (say, Castalia House). A successful brand, especially one that aims to be worthy of attention for a long time, exudes a certain reputation that attracts attention.

I've now bought two things produced by Mike. I like his brand. I first heard about him from the brand of Vox Day, Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil. I've bought even more items from him. Because when a brand I respect promotes another brand that I'm not otherwise familiar with, I give it credence.

Blogger Old Ez January 04, 2017 8:39 AM  

@4 I buy books, not brands. I don't care if a product is "off- brand" as long as it is a good product. And I don't care for a nice brand if it puts out crap. I've never read Gorilla Mindstate, so it may very well be a good book.

Blogger VD January 04, 2017 8:40 AM  

Sales rank at any given time doesn't really tell you how popular a book is - for that, you need to look at the historical sales rank.

Stop sperging. When a book is in that range consistently, you know. All you need to know is that it's not an aberrant spike, or in its first week of release.

There has never been a day when Gorilla Mindset or SJWAL have not sold a single copy, let alone three days.

Maybe I'm an aristocrat but all of this "brand" talk comes off really poorly.

You're not an aristocrat. But you are clearly an amateur.

Blogger VD January 04, 2017 8:41 AM  

I don't care for a nice brand if it puts out crap.

A nice brand that puts out crap won't stay a nice brand for long. See: Tor Books.

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable January 04, 2017 8:42 AM  

But just think of all the irrelevant pieces of crap that have been "best sellers". This is not a standard you want to hitch your wagon to.

The quality of Castalia products is not an issue. That's been a given from Day One and continues to improve. But then, having produced something of quality, the whole point is to get the darn thing in the hands of as many people as humanly possible -- for everyone's good.

One would think that should be obvious.

Blogger Boko Harambe January 04, 2017 8:49 AM  

@ 2 it's not the quantity of books sold, the number indicates the ranking on the ladder, top to bottom. Larger number, lower rank.

Difficult concept.

Blogger Boko Harambe January 04, 2017 8:54 AM  

@ 7 truth. Tor was my go-to brand for SF/F for years. Whether purchase or loaned from a library, if it bore the Tor imprimatur it was solid. Not so much, these past few years.

Honestly, since the wheels fell off of Time, I hadn't been motivated to read any high fantasy or sci-fi in recent publication until I read Altar of Hate and A Magic Broken.

So, thank you for restoring my faith in authors.

Anonymous Gravel January 04, 2017 8:55 AM  

"when a book is in that range consistently, then you know".

That's what I said. You have to look at the history.

If Mikes books never had a day outside that range, great, but you can't know that from that single snapshot you provided.

You'd have to provide us with a history of sales ranks, vox.

You clearly understand this.

Anyway, no sweat off my back - just pointing out the reality. Feel free to lash put again.

Anonymous #3254 January 04, 2017 9:00 AM  

Oh put a sock in it, Gravel.

Anonymous Vin January 04, 2017 9:03 AM  

Agree. Milo is a once in a generation talent whose likable personality makes his self promotion bearable, even entertaining. Rare indeed.

Anonymous Rocklea January 04, 2017 9:05 AM  

The last SF I read was Herbert's sons Dune stuff. Not bad but not as good as Franks. SJWAL is good, going to read cuckservative next, then probably Throne of Bones. Just got kindle unlimited, so narrower choice but still plenty to choose from.

Blogger VD January 04, 2017 9:07 AM  

That's what I said. You have to look at the history.

It clearly escaped your attention that Mike said "watching". You don't have to look at the history. You merely need pay attention occasionally over a period of time.

Please try to resist the Gamma urge to needlessly "correct" others here in the future.

Blogger VD January 04, 2017 9:08 AM  

Just got kindle unlimited, so narrower choice but still plenty to choose from.

We currently have 24 books on KU, so that should hold you for a while. And we'll be adding another one today or tomorrow.

Anonymous Blume January 04, 2017 9:20 AM  

The Castalia House Blog has already been a daily check up spot for me and I will say it has been a great source on the pulp revolution and other things in scifi. I dont know what your exact goal for greatness is there but I feel it is off to a great start so far.

Anonymous Blume January 04, 2017 9:24 AM  

Shut up Gravel. Cernovich provided the snapshot and if you had halfway paying attention to this blog for even a month or two you would have seen these consistent snap shots of sales rankings for both SJWAL and Gorilla Mindset.

Anonymous Viidad January 04, 2017 9:24 AM  

Gravel - we are all impressed. It seems to me like a UHIQ Sigma like you wouldn't even want to hang around this joint.

Anonymous Rocklea January 04, 2017 9:26 AM  

VD said:
"We currently have 24 books on KU, so that should hold you for a while. And we'll be adding another one today or tomorrow."

Thank you, yes that will take me some time to get through. I'm a slow reader, more of a listener actually, but reading needs to be one of my everyday habits now.

Anonymous #8601 January 04, 2017 9:28 AM  

Our goal this year is to make Castalia House the best, most intelligent, SF/F-related site on the Internet.

This is a most excellent goal, although I hope it doesn't come at the expense of non-fiction. Looking forward to your Alt-Right book!

Blogger VD January 04, 2017 9:36 AM  

I am not the subject, Gravel. You're off-topic and you're done commenting on this thread. Please note that one of my goals for 2017 is to eradicate all Gammas who insist on subjecting everyone here to their personal psychodramas permanently from the site.

So, if you have gamma tendencies, be warned. Any response that is directed at me, what I am thinking, or my personal proclivities and attributes rather than the subject at hand will be immediately deleted. The second time, it will be spammed. Either stick to the subject or leave.

Anonymous Jay Will January 04, 2017 9:38 AM  

@Gravel

Your wasting your gamma subtraction points on nothing. Aim higher.

Blogger Durandel Almiras January 04, 2017 9:39 AM  

SB is right about the Newberry and other medals. SJWs always turn mental shortcuts that indicate excellence into mental shortcuts that indicate degenerate, useless garbage.

SJWs will eventually do to academic credentials what they have done to literary awards. .

Blogger VD January 04, 2017 9:41 AM  

The fatal last words of the Gamma: "I was just...."

I don't fucking care. No one is interested in your excuses and justifications. It doesn't matter if you can make a technical cases for inserting your irrelevant pedantry in order to get that rush you get from offering a "correction".

Let me be clear: don't fucking correct ANYONE here unless they are objectively incorrect. It doesn't fool anyone when you express your deep concern that someone, somewhere, might possibly reach a less-than-entirely perfect conclusion unless you save the day. Make your own point, stop trying to "improve" and "clarify" and "explain" what others are saying.

FFS, do you really think we don't know that you get off on that nonsense?

Blogger Josh (the gayest thing here) January 04, 2017 9:50 AM  

Let me be clear: don't fucking correct ANYONE here unless they are objectively incorrect.

For example:

Boko HarambeJanuary 04, 2017 8:49 AM
@ 2 it's not the quantity of books sold, the number indicates the ranking on the ladder, top to bottom. Larger number, lower rank.


The difference between that and Gravel's comments is obvious.

Blogger VD January 04, 2017 9:56 AM  

Fucking gammas. Within four posts, he's made it about himself. Quelle surprise. Every. Single. Time.

This is why I want to get rid of all of them. They're SO FUCKING TEDIOUS and predictable. The amazing thing is that none of them ever learns anything from the fate of the previous guy doing exactly what they're going to do next. It's like they have no emotional brakes.

And the endless posturing. It never changes.

My, my. Such rage. Being corrected really does drive you insane with rage, doesn't it vox. It's highly amusing to see a narcissist explode with rage at someone daring to correct him, so keep these meltdowns coming, vox.

Every. Single. Time. Gravel, you're spammed and banned. Don't come back. We don't want you here.

Blogger Josh (the gayest thing here) January 04, 2017 10:00 AM  

The amazing thing is that none of them ever learns anything from the fate of the previous guy doing exactly what they're going to do next. It's like they have no emotional brakes.

Are they different people or just one person using different names?

Anonymous Jay Will January 04, 2017 10:03 AM  

Bought quite a lot of Castalia House books, then loads based on John C Wright all time sci-fi recommends. Ill aim to make future buys through here, and related/supported authors.

Just finished Dinosaur Island, real page turner, and SJW/progressive free zone.

Blogger Matthew January 04, 2017 10:09 AM  

What an immense faggot.

Blogger Matthew January 04, 2017 10:10 AM  

Not you, Jay.

Anonymous SJ January 04, 2017 10:11 AM  

What's with gammas' irresistible attraction to Vox? I don't get it.

OpenID paworldandtimes January 04, 2017 10:12 AM  

Gammas do the "secret king who always wins" face-saving as they're getting their ass kicked by a non-gamma, which just digs them in deeper. I've seen this over the years at a number of blogs.

There is always a false-note version of "you've been my dancing monkey all along" element in their replies.

PA

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable January 04, 2017 10:12 AM  

Taking us back to Castalia and its goals, it seems to me a book on the socio-sexual hierarchy might be worth considering.

I know it's hardly a priority (and maybe best written by somebody other than Vox, since he's got his next 16 projects lined up already ... and then some). But since we started talking about this subject here and at Alpha Game, we have had so much practical, confirming interaction (especially with Gammas), that it almost begs to be documented for those who are coming to the subject of the SSH from scratch. These sorts of illustrations are absolutely classic material.

Let's all thank Secret King Gravel for note-perfectly playing to type ... you know, just in case some of us forget what Gamma means.

Blogger Shimshon January 04, 2017 10:13 AM  

Gammas. You've tried rubbing them out, scrubbing them out. They keep coming back. What can stop them?

This has the makings for a great commercial.

Blogger Gordon January 04, 2017 10:13 AM  

I learned about the Newbery books from my first wife, who was an education major, and quite the liberal. She pointed out that Newbery books from before about 1960 were good reads even for adults, and she ordered about 30 of them. She was right. Starting about 1960 the judges went off the rails and now Newbery books are unreadble.

Blogger Cataline Sergius January 04, 2017 10:14 AM  

...the Newbery Medal used to be an indicator of great books you should read, like The Black Cauldron, A Wrinkle in Time and The Dark is Rising. Now it is a reliable indicator of books you should avoid reading at all costs.

This all day.

The choices they make now are which book is the most propagantastic for the YA market.

The greater part of the story is told by a boy named Octavian, who grew up with his mother Cassiopeia, an African princess, in a house full of philosophers and scientists in colonial Boston. Under the watchful eyes of Mr. Gitney, also known as 03-01, Octavian has received a classical education as well as a musical education which has made him into an extremely skilled violinist. Octavian eventually comes to understand the price of his powdered wigs and education: he is not only the "property" of Mr. Gitney, but he is also being used as an experiment to test whether the African race is inferior to the European race. -- The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing, Traitor to the Nation, Volume I: The Pox Party

In case you are wondering, the Newbery is chosen by librarians. A profession that attracts SJWs like flies unto shit.

Question: Are there any established literary awards that haven't been SJW converged?

And don't say the Dragons, that one while cool, isn't "established". I'm talking about awards that have been around for fifty years or so.

Blogger Rabbi B January 04, 2017 10:22 AM  

Ahh, nothing like the smell of spammed gamma in the morning.

Anonymous Icicle January 04, 2017 10:24 AM  

Gammas. You've tried rubbing them out, scrubbing them out. They keep coming back. What can stop them?

Tits.

Blogger Boko Harambe January 04, 2017 10:26 AM  

Thank you, Catalina, for the exposition. I was beginning to think I was merely an old-fashioned ninny for preferring the Newberry winners of my youth to those of recent decades.

Our eldest is of an age to read E.B. White, L'Engle, Lewis, Bradbury, Card, Vance, and countless others I've toted along with me from childhood in cardboard boxes (I find it tremendously difficult to part with books). Somehow I think Cooper and Wilder will teach her and our others, as they grow, more about life than any imagined named for Tragic Greek heroes AA characters.

Teaching people about Christian dignity does not mean effacing the self and everything that made it so.

Anonymous Kachina January 04, 2017 10:27 AM  

Problem with comparing himself to Lena Dunham is that "Not That Kind of Girl" was published in 2014 and is STILL in the top 20k. Danger and Play is two years newer and lesser ranked.

And when comparing himself to Shaprio, why take his recent novel? "Brainwashed" from 2010 is comparable with "Danger and Play" and "Bullies" published in 2014 and beats "Gorilla Mindset" handily.

This is not a defense of Dunham or Shaprio, but just to point out Mike is a retard.

Blogger Happy Housewife January 04, 2017 10:28 AM  

This is what we see when you speak, Gravel.

Blogger Gordon January 04, 2017 10:42 AM  

Happy Housewife proving once again why the Comanche left the torture of captives to the women. The men were merciful.

Anonymous Sheiko29 January 04, 2017 10:50 AM  

Per Kachina, Shapiro's 2014 Bullies is #3,946 in Books.

Never really looked at this. Kind of fun to go back and check out old favorites.Very Heartened to see Rippetoe's Starting Strength is at a very respectable #762. Of course, he's no Oprah...

Anonymous trev006 January 04, 2017 10:50 AM  

For successful authors, newer books generally have fresher Amazon rankings than older ones. They are especially relevant if an author's brand as "kosher chicken hawk" has been completely submerged with "establishment cuckservative."

Do you actually think you're biting Cernovich's ankles and having an effect? Looooool.

Blogger APL January 04, 2017 10:52 AM  

Boko Harambe: "it's not the quantity of books sold, the number indicates the ranking on the ladder, top to bottom. Larger number, lower rank."

That's a 'kin' relief. Renewed my faith in humanity.

Boko Harambe: "Difficult concept"

Now you've explained it, not really.

Anonymous Viidad January 04, 2017 10:52 AM  

@Happy Housewife

(applause)

Anonymous VFM #1305 January 04, 2017 10:54 AM  

Is VD aware of this?

https://www.change.org/p/500-nazi-scalps?recruiter=658331006&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=autopublish&utm_term=des-lg-no_src

Blogger James Dixon January 04, 2017 10:54 AM  

> Our goal this year is to make Castalia House the best, most intelligent, SF/F-related site on the Internet. I hope you'll be a part of that.

From what I've seen it already is. Now it's simply a matter of gaining the recognition for that being the case.

> SJWs will eventually do to academic credentials what they have done to literary awards.

What do you mean, eventually? They already have.

Anonymous old man in a villa January 04, 2017 11:17 AM  

Whenever I come across people who are disagreeable or clearly don't care for me or my opinions I make a point to steer clear in the future.

With the folks you refer to as gammas, it's the polar opposite. Like moths to flame they prefer the company of those with whom they have no fellow feeling.

I don't really get it.

Blogger Austin Ballast January 04, 2017 11:18 AM  

A tough thing in this area is building a brand without exposing your real name. Using an alias is all well and good for comments on a site like this, but publishing something under your own name opens risks while you are climbing the recognition ladder, but not high enough to sustain yourself.

Blogger Austin Ballast January 04, 2017 11:20 AM  

Any thoughts on building a brand without becoming an SJW target, but then transitioning that to real life? Do you stay with the alias forever?

Have any Castilia authors faced that challenge?

Blogger VD January 04, 2017 11:20 AM  

Are they different people or just one person using different names?

You'd think the latter, given how they always do the exact same thing, but no. Definitely different people, barring the occasional persistent loon.

Is VD aware of this?

Yes.

This is what we see when you speak, Gravel.

As much as men despise Gammas, nothing can compete with the pure white hatred that women harbor for them. That's why any behavior that even has the faint scent of Gamma on a man is enough to shut them down hard.

Blogger Phil Mann January 04, 2017 11:24 AM  

Gravel, you're spammed and banned.

Damn, always miss the fireworks.

Blogger Harsh January 04, 2017 11:28 AM  

"With the folks you refer to as gammas, it's the polar opposite. Like moths to flame they prefer the company of those with whom they have no fellow feeling.

I don't really get it."

It's because they're secret kings and they feel compelled to prove it to people who don't accept them.

Blogger Chrom January 04, 2017 11:56 AM  

@52 Phil

You didn't miss anything. It was the exact same behavior as a thousand times before.

Blogger Matthew January 04, 2017 12:20 PM  

It's as tiresome as having a stalker who constantly runs up to you to pee on your leg, but can't even manage that because of dehydration and nervous jitters.

Anonymous Thranite January 04, 2017 12:45 PM  

I just noticed Owen Stanley is no longer on the authors list. Say it ain't so.

Blogger Happy LP9 January 04, 2017 12:48 PM  

Thrilled to see the stats, Amazon stats never lie.

Milo is a star from the UK to America, he is loved. His Swag is adorable. Everyone has to see his Cuck Tears coffee cup.

46 I'll monitor this.

51 I know to remain gracious, tolerant very measured but I detest certain personality traits.

Blogger VD January 04, 2017 12:54 PM  

I just noticed Owen Stanley is no longer on the authors list.

I don't know what that means. Owen is not only still publishing with us, he's working on another book right now.

Anonymous teapartydoc January 04, 2017 12:54 PM  

I don't think Cernovich has breakthrough talent. Every time I see him I can't help but think of Stuart Smalley.

Blogger Troy Lee Messer January 04, 2017 1:11 PM  

Hillary Clinton, Stronger Together – #152,422

This is so delicious. No one likes this cunt. Engaging in the schadenfreude of the collapse of Clinton, Inc..... well it is like smoking weed. I can do it all day. Next day, I can do a wake and bake of Hillary tears.
And there will be more tears come January 20. So get your buckets early.

Blogger Happy LP9 January 04, 2017 1:19 PM  

59, give him a chance.

Cernovich does impressive work. He is worthy of a read or listen to his work. Sign up for his newsletters, he talks with Stefan as well. Ask him a question he will probably reply, let us support our genxers and others worthy of support.

Also so notable are the staff of Castalia House, amazing writers, amazing MK - Markku is a hard working tough man, he too deserves praise and compliments. John C Wright, Larry, Creveld, Ivan, Jerry, the list goes on and on - all great writers whom all shine so brightly!

http://www.martin-van-creveld.com/ is a daily reading for me.

Blogger VD January 04, 2017 1:26 PM  

I don't think Cernovich has breakthrough talent. Every time I see him I can't help but think of Stuart Smalley.

Depends what you mean by talent. His drive and his energy are formidable. And I say that as someone whose work ethic is generally considered to be stronger than usual.

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents January 04, 2017 1:35 PM  

@51 VD
Are they different people or just one person using different names?

VD
You'd think the latter, given how they always do the exact same thing, but no. Definitely different people, barring the occasional persistent loon.

In college I first noticed that some speech patterns are correlated to some personality quirks. "Aaaakshually" being the go-to word for socially inept, spergy, overage adolescent males who usually had poor hygene. The female version is a bit better groomed and quieter, but just as socially inept.

The pattern of words and phrases is pretty obvious after a while, unconsciously. This is why some writing just rubs me the wrong way, my pattern-recognizer is saying "Ick! GTFO!" but it is not the rational part of the brain at work, so overthinking leads to "well, maybe there's a valid point here". No. There is no point beyond Spergatron self-validation in too many cases.

This is why VD's simple instruction, "Don't touch the poop" works. Rational brain applies a rule that is in harmony with pattern recognizer's disgust.

It is good of Vox to give them a chance, though, since some of these Spergatrons may be able to recover. Some. Ok, a few. Maybe. Others, not even.

Blogger Jed Mask January 04, 2017 2:53 PM  

... Hmmm... Insightful, encouraging read.

Thanks for the write or "type" online at least.

Gotta go *UP MY BRAND* indeed. Amen!

~ Bro. Jed

Anonymous Mike January 04, 2017 3:03 PM  

"I don't think Cernovich has breakthrough talent."

Already broke through, people would murder for the media coverage I receive (which I never asked for but always comes to me), but thanks for your concern.

Blogger John Deer January 04, 2017 3:30 PM  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxjOxVlwWTo

Anonymous BBGKB January 04, 2017 3:45 PM  

surpassed Ben Shapiro, who had a ten-year head start on me and also has many billionaire sugar daddies

I am pretty sure you didn't want the (((casting couch))).

What an immense faggot. NAFALT

Anonymous Thranite January 04, 2017 5:11 PM  

Vox: "I don't know what that means. Owen is not only still publishing with us, he's working on another book right now."

I thought Owen Stanley used to be on the Castalia Authors list you have, located on the right hand margin of this blog.

Regardless, I'm delighted that he is still with Castalia and working on another book, as The Missionaries has been my favorite release to date.

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable January 04, 2017 5:26 PM  

I thought Owen Stanley used to be on the Castalia Authors list you have, located on the right hand margin of this blog.

I had that same reaction, then I realized it is not intended as a comprehensive list of ALL Castalia authors. Rather, it simply links to those who have their own independent websites.

Blogger Tom Nichol January 04, 2017 6:00 PM  

Just bought " A Sea of Skulls" so my evenings are pretty well set for a couple of days!

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable January 04, 2017 6:37 PM  

Just bought " A Sea of Skulls" ...

You will be delighted. Looking forward to the hardcover.

Blogger Sagramore January 04, 2017 8:05 PM  

Brand is everything. This is how I can support and tolerate people I'd never let in my house. Sadly, blackmail only gets you so far. "Say, did I see you at the sex club, Jack? We need your endorsement." Or something.

Anonymous Shut up rabbit January 05, 2017 7:47 AM  

semi-OT but I stumbled on this gammas and blue-hairs twatter snarkfest trying to mock Dark Triad Man. I think their jealously and investment trying to bring down people more popular and successful than them is telling...

(The initiator plays in a "TV theme tune tribute band" ffs, how much more progressive than tying to help people improve their lives like Ivan)

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