WHAT THE BOOK? When publishers lose the plot
THINGS have changed a lot in publishing since the innocent days of Enid Blyton.
Gone are the days of beds made of heather, generous slabs of chocolate cake and lashings of ginger beer.
Now the world’s great publishing houses will print just about anything if they think they can get a quid or two out of it.
All of these titles are available to buy right now on book websites such as Amazon.
Titles like The Haunted Vagina by American writer Carlton Mellick III, whose first chapter begins with the immortal line: “I’ve been scared to have sex with Stacey ever since she told me her vagina was haunted.”
Or Dick: A User Guide, where “Doctors Michele and Caroline Costa thoroughly describe the anatomy, functions, proper hygiene, safety, and effective handling of the most friendly male appendage.”
Sounds like a load of cock and bull to us! Moore