A Handwriter's Tale

If a writer doesn't actually physically touch your book, is it a real autograph?

Wait, is phone sex real sex?


yellojkt said…
I've always found "tipped-in" autographs supect. This takes it to a new level.
Merely Human said…
What makes an autograph truly meaningful is the act of getting it personally signed by the author. To me, that's the whole point. A printed autograph is just some ink on a page.

Merely Human
Rachel said…
Yes, it sort of misses the point completely.

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