Those of you who don’t maintain a blog may not know this, but there are people out there who think it’s fun or somehow productive to spam comments on blog posts. The spam never seems to have anything to do with the post. They often don’t make sense in any context.
However, the WordPress spam filters are not always perfect. Today, I discovered these two lovely comments incorrectly identified as spam. The first one was directed at my soon-to-be-released novel, Valknut: The Binding, under “What’s My Fiction.”
I was very happy to seek out this net-site. I wished to thank in your time for this glorious read! I definitely enjoying each little bit of it. Can I simply say what a reduction to find someone who actually is aware of what they are talking about on the internet. It’s laborious to search out knowledgeable individuals on this subject however you definitely know easy methods to convey an issue to light and make it important. Extra folks have to read this and perceive this facet of the story. I cant believe youre not more standard since you undoubtedly have the gift. however you sound like you understand what you’re speaking about. Additionally, I simply gave this onto a colleague who was doing a little analysis on this. And he reality is bought me breakfast outcome I discovered it for him. So let me reword that: Thanks for the deal with and for spending the time to debate this, I really feel strongly about it and love studying extra on this topic. If attainable, would you mind updating your weblog with more particulars? Its highly helpful for me. Big thumb up for this blog submit!
See, isn’t that affirming? I’m so glad this person found reduction from my post. I would certainly enjoy having extra folks read about Valknut: The Binding and perceive its many facets. Really, I can’t understand why the WordPress filters thought this was spam!
Here’s another comment that showed up as spam today, this one posted to the Rose in Winter page.
Bacon always tastes better in the fresh air!
I’m not sure what made this person think of eating bacon outside when he/she read about Rose in Winter, especially when most of the story takes place indoors. But I do think he/she has hit on one of the world’s universal truths. Big thumb up for this comment submit! 🙂