The Red Queen
- Feb 4, 2006
firstname.lastname@example.org This is the book agent for Corrinne Averniss. Anyone think she would be interested in making a comparison between her client's book and Meghan's book?
The word we are looking for is "saga", but if she keeps venturing into new literary territory, perhaps "compendium" might be more appropriate.Guys, I can’t keep up with you guys...I sleep and wake up and its like a never ending novel... now there is poetry... I keep losing my page holder...
Someone on another site asked why the father is black on some pages and white on others. He or she was told off by the stans for not understanding that the man in the pics was not Harry but some concept of fatherhood.
Watch out M ! H has groupies lurking!!Where is that vomit emoji...?
Prince Harry’s status as a sex symbol appears to have reached new heights as American fans of the Duke of Sussex took to Twitter to gush over their Prince, commenting on his "Californian glow up"www.dailystar.co.uk
It might be the later. I've read about parents using Ukrainian surrogates and not being able take the baby when the surrogate mother had second thoughts, because surrogacy agreements are apparently not enforceable in Ukraine, either. I find this practice disgusting to milk desperate parents-to-be even further and shatter their dreams , unless the surrogate supplied the eggs because it's a different case then.This is interesting. Would this still be the case if the surrogate was american/contract was signed in america? Or is it based on where the baby is born?
So I’m not sure about the situation in the Ukraine but in the UK it is actually illegal to charge for a fee for going through a surrogacy. You can claim expenses for loss of earnings/travel/living expenses and from what I understand though they are vetted by family court they are lenient about itemisation. Apparently it’s estimated the compensation for a surrogate is between 15k-30k which honestly doesn’t seem like a lot to me.It might be the later. I've read about parents using Ukrainian surrogates and not being able take the baby when the surrogate mother had second thoughts, because surrogacy agreements are apparently not enforceable in Ukraine, either. I find this practice disgusting to milk desperate parents-to-be even further and shatter their dreams , unless the surrogate supplied the eggs because it's a different case then.
I'm not entirely convinced that Ginge and Cringe used surrogates but I find that video very suspicious. IMO if they wanted they could do it secretly. I'm sure there are secrecy clauses in these kind of agreements. There are so many celebrities rumoured using surrogates, yet, I haven't seen those surrogates coming forward and selling their stories to the tabloids. It might be the amount of money or those gagging orders that keep them in the shadow. If Duchess Disney had used one for the first time, she had the whole BRF behind her in addition to a watertight agreement.
Regarding this funny little book of hers: I'm not a published author but I read articles and have a family member working as literary agent. What I read and hear is that the vast majority of books are refused by publishers even excellent ones. This highly mediocre effort of hers only got publishing, having good illustrator attached to it and the "free" publicity because of "her title". I think using a well-known illustrator of hit book also helps with the sales because it creates a subconscious connection as if The Bench had anything to do with the other book. I wonder where it would land on the list if it was published under a pseudonym and illustrated by somebody unknown. My guess is the bargain section - if it would be published at all.