Google keywords - I have no comment...
...wait, yes I do
Google keywords
Apparently, someone--actually, two someones--found my site by Googling the keyword phrase 'fornicate the constable'. 0.o And six someones found it by Googling different variations on 'free aisling torrent download'. Bastards.

Strangely (or possibly predictably), I'm boggling more about the first one than the second. I know the word 'constable' shows up on my site, but I think I'd know if 'fornicate' did. Does Google pick up on a site's aura, too, or something? Maybe that should be their slogan--Google: We're omnipotent. Stop fighting it.

Also? Mary Shelley's Frankenhole. HOW DID I NOT KNOW ABOUT THIS?! *loves*


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addie71 From: addie71 Date: April 29th, 2012 01:22 am (UTC) (Link)
Well, the first one is more boggling, imho, though the second one, while wrong, is at least understandable.

*giggles* Goes to Google and hears the 'Twilight Zone' theme.

Frankenhole, lol! I had no clue.
carolecummings From: carolecummings Date: April 30th, 2012 04:17 pm (UTC) (Link)
Heh. You know, when I see people looking for free downloads, I admit my first reaction is a bit of narrowing of the eyes and hmphing. But really--anyone who's looking for it for free wasn't going to buy it anyway, so whatever. But if I found out someone who dl'd it for free gave it a bad review, I'd probably want to punch them.

I had no clue about Frankenhole either! And for all of the surreptitiously-snorting-12-yr-old-boy reaction the title evokes, the show had me on the floor. I LOVE THIS SHOW! :D
addie71 From: addie71 Date: April 30th, 2012 06:42 pm (UTC) (Link)
I'd hold 'em down for you. :(

On brighter note: I got your wee packet today. The bookmarks are gorgeous and your business card is lovely! Thank you so much. *squishes you hard*

Oh, I had meant to tell you before, but I had a doctor's appointment while I was reading Weregild and a couple of people were so attracted by the cover they had to ask me about the book. That never happens at my doc's office. :D
carolecummings From: carolecummings Date: May 1st, 2012 03:33 am (UTC) (Link)
Wait until the art for book three gets here. She (Anne Cain, the artist) sent me what she calls the rough under-drawing because she had an idea she wasn't sure I'd like and she wanted to get my opinion before she did it. I just about fainted when I saw it. In a good way! Can't wait to see the finished art. *rubs hands together*

Glad the bookmarks got there! :)
addie71 From: addie71 Date: May 1st, 2012 04:05 am (UTC) (Link)
Oh now I'm all tingly with anticipation! I can't wait to see it.
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