Friday, March 3, 2017

Posthumous Publishing, Part 18, Necropolis

The Pros and Cons of Publishing Posthumously

Part 18: Necropolis Here I Come!

Ever dream of hobnobbing with the literary greats? Dickens, Tolstoy, Bradbury or Twain. Sadly, their remains are scattered across the globe. And while their spirits may haunt libraries in your local vicinity, there’s little chance of meaningful conversation, and certainly not passionate (loud) discourse. However, a membership to the Necropolis (at very additional little cost) solves this problem nicely. Centrally located in the afterlife, the Necropolis is like a five-star luxury hotel populated by posthumous authors of note. Visit any of the “Genre Suites” to converse with the famous long-dead greats. Keep in mind, authors tend to be a bit “clique-y,” and not always open to newcomers, but you’ll have an eternity to befriend them.

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