"You may be clever and you may (sometimes) be shrewd, but your mind is diseased. If you were a young man, you would be arrested. Take my advice - get help."
I now see that the cock-cunting fart has got in touch with an old colleague of his, one cock-cunting Roy Greenslade of the cock-cuntingly edited Guardian, to promote his e-novel London Eye. Apparently he's only flogged two copies at 10p, or whatever, on Amazon's online Kindle Store. Roy, who only shares his helium with grizzled former colleagues for presumed psycho-professional reasons, sweetly gives the book a mention and that should shift another two copies I'm sure. It's not what you know....
Let it not be said that Madame Arcati bears grudges. Though I'm far too busy to read e-novels, I'm happy to provide a link to his novel and a link to Walter moaning about his book's 'invisibility'. When he has stopped whingeing and whining, he may want to read one of my posts on the US author Laura Van Wormer who now runs an e-literary agency and whose republished work in e-format enjoys great success.
Talent finds its audience, Walter!