Yes, it’s been a while since I’ve done Saturday Snark. I’ve been meaning to revive it for a month or two now, but it never seemed to occur to me until Sunday. But now, at last, here it is!
Today’s snark is from my newest release, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea: A Clandestine Classic. I’d like to point out that this bit of snark is entirely the work of Jules Verne. I didn’t change a word of this. Pierre, Conseil and Ned are actually rather snarky guys (so much so that I should be able to ride their snark all the way to my next release, Second Hand, which comes out on September 10th).
“My friends,” I said, “we mustn’t despair. We’ve got out of tighter spots. So please do me the favour of waiting a bit before you form your views on the commander and crew of this boat.”
“My views are fully formed,” Ned Land shot back. “They’re rogues!”
“Oh good. And from what country?”
You can by Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea here.
This is a blog hop of sorts, so authors, JOIN IN! Put up a quick post on your blog with a snarky line (or two or three) from one of your books. Important: Be sure you enter your link into the linky tool below. Also, be sure to include a link back to this post so your readers can check out all the snarky links.
Readers, please follow along to find some fun new snarky characters. Keep checking back for new links, and comment often! :-)
NEW addition to the snark-fest: a giveaway!! Readers, I want to try to make this fun for you too, so I’m giving away a pdf of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea: A Clandestine Classic. Leave a comment here about one of the OTHER snarky posts on the list, and you’ll be entered into my drawing!