The New Cover

Jeff Hentosz, who is handy with that there Photoshop, sends word that he’s “fixed” the cover of The Android’s Dream for me:

Clever. Adorably sick, but clever.

All I can say is, I’m glad I didn’t Photoshop this. Because then people would be asking me about my deadlines.

Don’t ask, people. Just. Don’t.

23 thoughts on “The New Cover

  1. Ha! Brilliant!

    Re: deadlines– I nearly fell asleep over my I-Law homework last night, so I ain’t going there. Speaking of the evil might summon it. Good luck with yours though.

  2. Jeff – sweet!

    We need to have a Photoshop showdown, one of these days over on Whateveresque. Imagine the glee of an entire thread spiraling out of control, and John having to perform his first phpBB Lock command.

  3. When I first glanced at the title I thought it said “Pat the Mutton” so I thought that it was going to be a paean to self-dating using a euphemism for “choking the chicken”. Oops, never mind.

    Old Jarhead

  4. My kids (now older teens) used to prefer books like that… no fluffy bunnies for them unless the beasties had fangs, a la Monty Python.

  5. The only thing it’s missing is you could append “Agent to the Stars” below the author’s name — making it look like he might BE the agent to the stars and bring in that important Britney Speers fan base, who might be up to reading children’s books by now.

    Dr. Phil

  6. Thanks, folks! *puffs out chest and does that “Little Rascals” thing, shaking clasped hands on either side of my head*

    Old Jarhead: HAHAAAAA! Comedy gold. Clean your glasses.

    Christian: Yer on. Next time somebody is inspired here, let’s start a forum topic under Free Play called “The Whateveresque Cybertronic Refrigerator Door.”

  7. …yeeerg. Considering the mutant squicked me, and I don’t squick easily, I can’t see anyone wanting to pat it.

  8. The Church of the Evolved Lamb should not only print children’s books, but also send young people in pairs door-to-door to spread the word. These young people should have wooly blue hair, of course.

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