I saw Pride’s Children pulp-o-mized at Alicia Butcher Ehrhardt’s blog, www.liebjabberings.wordpress.com. Alicia credits Barb Morgenroth at The Passive Voice, for revealing the pulp-o-mizer.
Go play with this cool tool, called the pulp-o-mizer, at http://thrilling-tales.webomator.com/derange-o-lab/pulp-o-mizer/pulp-o-mizer.html.
See how your cover would look if it were pulp-o-mized. It’s not a word you get to say every day, so enjoy it while it lasts. 🙂
It was fun, but it’s all science fiction. Couldn’t really make sense with my stuff. Darn. 😦
Well, I tried it with my nonfiction anyway. 🙂
Yours is so much better than mine!
Muse jealousy. 🙂 A muse is always greener on the other side.
Maximum Coolness! Thanks!
That’s what I thought. 🙂