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Young Bard posted a blog entry in Something about everything (and a bit on the side)OK. NaNo has just finished, and I'm bored. So, I'll start a board. From now on, I'll be randomly splurging down my thoughts about whatever I'm thinking about. This includes, but is not limited to: - Demons posing as teddy bears - The meaning of life - Donald Trump, and; - melodramatic evil laughter. It could even be a combination of those (Donald Trump laughing maniacally as he discovers the meaning of life is that all teddy bears are secretly demons.) So, hop on, and enjoy the ride. Disclaimer: The owner of this blog is in no way responsible for any temporary bouts of insanity that may be caused by this blog. Readers peruse at their own peril.
Gamma Fiend posted a topic in General Brandon DiscussionSo when browsing Barnes & Nobles online store for more Sanderson books to add to my collection, I came across this pricing that seems to be charging $19.99 for what appear to be excerpts from Brandon Sanderson's Blog. Specifically on the Wheel of Time, I imagine some of his earlier blogs about the process of writing it and whatnot. But I asked myself.... is this even legal? I mean, aren't Brandon's Blogs his own personal property? Is he giving consent to the charging of what seems like it should be free, available info? What is going on here? The seller is attributed to 'Source Wikia' I don't think anybody is dumb enough to actually buy this product like this, but still. How does this even happen?