12.16.2007

Rainy Day Meat

I bring you this cover not because it's terrible (well, it is, but it's not as hideous as the usual fare here), nor because it's part of the "Change and Cherish Historical Series" which just sounds trite and boring, nor because the technicolor hues hurt my eyes, or even because the title makes absolutely no sense, but for the simple reason that when I first saw it, I thought it said


A Tenderloin in the Storm
by
Jeanne Kirkpatrick

12 comments:

the_glow_worm said...

AH What's with these colors? It looks like a rainbow vomited on the cover.

Anonymous said...

needs catsup

Snow said...

UGLY! It's making me a little queasy.

Khaz said...

Author of A Sirloin in the Wild and A Shank in the Desert.

Anonymous said...

Today is Monday and there's no mammeries.Maughtamom (I still can't comment with my blogger name.)

maughtamom said...

Gosh, Mom, I seem to have no problem logging in as

Nickname: maughtamom.

Your lovely daughter, Maughta

~quoting beth said...

Author of: A Clearing in the Wild
What is with her title choices?

I fully expected to see munchkins gathering on the technicolor beach to lead those coming ashore to the yellow brick road.

Anonymous said...

Ok Maughta, I'm going to try to log in with this comment.( I tried and tried but it will still not take my comment. I'm still technologically enept.) Maughtamom

Anonymous said...

Correction: inept

writtenwyrdd said...

Based on the title, I wouldn't read this book. That cover seals the opinion.

Sexy Sadie said...

"A Tenderloin in the Storm" sounds better than "A Tendering in the Storm". What is a tendering, anyway?

Tim said...

Good Job! :)