The New Pamphleteer Interview

Manolo says, the Manolo’s friend David Bernstein of the New Pamphleteer is being interviewed at the Marimello blog, here is the excerpt in which your shoeblogging friend is praised.

M: Why’d ya pick a fashion blogger like Manolo [the shoe blogger] (aside from the fact that he is genius complete)? What’s the submission process?wildboys.gif

DB: Manolo is the ideal example of what we look for in an author – a rich blend of talent, a strongly passionate connection with a loyal online audience, and a mischievous entrepreneurial streak. In the case of Manolo, he was one of the first authors we sought out. But at the same time, we are very eager to see unsolicited submissions as well. One of our most successful, and I think best written, offerings is “Raising Wild Boys Into Men: A Modern Dad’s Survival Guide” by Kansas blogger Tony Woodlief. Tony sent us about 6 pamphlet proposals by email before we settled on this one. We’re also working on putting together a contest where we invite submissions, and we’ll post them as ebooks and let the public decide which should be published in print.

Genius complete? Ayyyy! Such wonderful praise makes the Manolo blush.

Is you wish to purchase the copy of the Manolo’s offering please go to the website for the New Pamphleteer.

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Sergio Rossi on the Sale

Paris by Sergio Rossi    Manolo Likes!  Click!

Manolo says, here is the beautiful strappy Sergio Rossi high-heeled sandal in the celebratory color known as “Champagne”. It is perfect in its way, no? Even the better, it is 45% off of the usual price! The savings of over $300 of the American Dollars!

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Readings from the Book of Hasselhoff

Manolo says, daily readings from Don’t Hassel the Hoff. Today, page 210.

Someone handed me a koala bear and I was supposed to cuddle it for a few minutes and say how cute it was. I should have known better. The little monster sunk its claws into my arm and refused to let go.

Peter Allen, the Boy from Oz, was one of the acts and, while he was performing, people tried to prise the bear free but its claws were embedded under my skin. It took forty minutes to restore the power supply and longer than that during the commercial breaks to get rid of the bear. The whole thing was something of an ordeal and I was relieved when the show wrapped and it was party time.

The word of the Hoff!