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Crackpot Podcast Ep 3.1 James LaFond with Lynn Lockhart


http://www.jameslafond.blogspot.com

Welcome to another installment of the Crackpot Podcast!

Marketing books for James, Cheese Whiz, and cheerleaders, and Comment from Koanic.

http://jameslafond.blogspot.com/2017/07/sell-cheerleaders-in-prison-crackpot.html

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LynnJuly 22, 2017 1:19 AM UTC

Sam J. and Koanic, thank you for your very nice comments.

Riley, I am not really sure what you mean, but I'll take it as a compliment and say "thanks!"

Lili, you are too kind.

Thanks to all, I am glad you are enjoying these chats, there are more awaiting editing, so stay tuned!
Lili HunJuly 21, 2017 12:43 PM UTC

Dear Riley,

While Mr. Natural may bear the slightest resemblance to James, as he likes to describe himself as psycho Santa or the potbellied goon, Lynn is a loyal fan of his works, contributing like crazy in the moments she steals while her children are napping or her husband is playing with them.

See her tag in James' contents called "Right Lady on the Left Coast." She began by writing articles in June of 2016 (her rational style is worth reading) and has since begun the James Lafond blogspot, reading, reviewing, and cataloguing his works, and most recently, got him speaking on the Kevin Michael Grace program and the Crackpot Podcasts.

Thank you, Lynn.

Sincerely,

Lili
Lili HunJuly 21, 2017 12:22 PM UTC

Koanic,

Taking the liberty to speak for us all at the LaFond Salon, Charles, DL, Lili Hun, Lynn Lockhart (in order of our joining the salon), and anyone I may not know to name while James is away fighting (like his FB account master), we thank you sincerely for your appreciation.

Here's to James, his honest writing, and his way with words!
RileyJuly 20, 2017 11:43 PM UTC

James,

A three-eyed tree sloth could sell cheer leaders in prison, especially male ones. The question to me is who on Earth is this woman, this Lynn Lockheart who sounds so rational and nice? It is as though a Peterbuilt broke down in Boston and the driver met a co-ed in a bar. As I wallow in my morass, reading my Father's Day gift, The Book of Mr Natural, I keep seeing MS Lockheart as the Demon Girl. Sorry, just my malfunction.

These podcasts are great, and convey my good wishes to your cohort.

You can be a contender, with help like that.
KoanicJuly 20, 2017 11:06 PM UTC

I really appreciate Lynn's and the main website guy's and James' book editor's work. Otherwise his oeuvre wouldn't be accessible to me.

I categorize them as "friends of the author," the LaFond salon. Nobody is trying to make a ruthlessly focused branded mass-market effort out of this. It would run completely counter to the author's stated philosophy.

I think the friends of the author share in the reflected glory of their literary light.

In sum: Blame James!
Sam J.July 20, 2017 4:16 PM UTC

Strippers. That's a winning idea!

Lynn has the right idea listing the books on the "blogspot"(I'm referring to http://jameslafond.blogspot.com

as opposed to the "blog" http://www.jameslafond.com)and a brief explanation of the books contents. What I was complaining about was the "blog" not having a "Buy my books link" at the very top right of the page BEFORE anything else. It should be at the top. You can find the buy link now if you look around but you need a big flashing link. Let's face it most people, I include myself, are idiots and want everything clear and simple.

I do think you have a winning book package for alt-right sites. Especially the defense books.