If the Internet had a pictorial definition of humility

This, I think, would be the Internet’s definition of humility.

For the most part.

(Neil Gaiman muses on his spot at #3 on this list.)

Actually, I think Neil’s right. The list seems a little… off. I mean, J.R.R. “motherfuckers walking, my novel’s are the literary definition of plot coupon” Tolkien at number 2?

I do like Pratchett, though.

My top five, in no particular order, would be Neil, Terry, Stephen King, Jo Rowling, and Jonathan Carroll. With a further five to Joe Hill, Jo Walton, Richard Cox, Will Shetterly, and Audrey Niffenegger.

One thought on “If the Internet had a pictorial definition of humility

  1. GOTHAMGIRL

    I’m not on your list? The fact I haven’t published anything shouldn’t be the issue here. I mean, you were on my list before you got a book ouyt through Lulu.

    I don’t have a leg to stand on here do I? Oh well. I tried. On that note. I won third place in a literay contest. If I had come up with a horror peice I would have gotten first. The peice I turned in was comedy. Want to read it or are you not the comedy type.

    Speaking of comedy, remeber how I wrote a “things that would have made me want to see Broke Back Mountain” Blog and after reading it you said you would fly me out to California to make the movie and now your in colorado. If I hear one word about sheep mysteriously blowing up or a fake volcano being erected for a film I am heading straight for Colorado and I will whoop your butt.


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