Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Graham Charleston, New Report, and Vlad Dracule!

In a recent issue of the Deerhaven Journal of Psychotherapeutic Effectiveness, Dr. C. Gramlich, a prominent local psychologist, identified three cases of a new cognitive disorder that he refers to as Bored-reader’s Syndrome, or BrS. BrS is a potentially non-fatal disorder that attacks the central nervous system, producing difficulties in concentration, loss of mental focus, and loose stools. Fortunately, Dr. Gramlich also published a simple cure for BrS in the same article.  At 99 cents, it also happens to be the cheapest cure ever for a psychological dysfunction. Simply purchase and read “Harvest of War” by Charles Allen Gramlich (no relation).   – Graham Charleston reporting, for the Deerhaven Extreme.



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I don’t always read vampire stories.

But when I do, they’re from “Midnight in Rosary,”
By Charles Allen Gramlich!

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29 comments:

X. Dell said...

I don't understand why you claim not to have a developed sense of humor. These last two posts are precious.

sage said...

A nice job of humorous self-promotion! I got to laugh and today, that's good!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Yes, these posts are awesome, Charles!

David J. West said...

Ha! Bored Reader Syndrome, not a problem for your readers by any stretch.

Cloudia said...

Clever, promising something that will stand out from the boredom!


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Deka Black said...

Is relieving to know BRS is so easy to cure. And not FDA problems at all!

Charles Gramlich said...

X. Dell, humor? Vas ist?

Sage, more fun than just putting up a straight ad.

Alex, I appreciate that!

David J., thankee, man.

Cloudia, Merely trying to serve my fellow humans.

Deka, yes, very fortunate on that. No liklihood of an epidemic.

David Cranmer said...

I always enjoy your posts, Charles. And "Harvest of War" was a helluva read, sir. When are you coming back to BEAT to a PULP? It's been awhile.

Lisa said...

Hehe..loose stools..you are really a doctor.

Charles Gramlich said...

David Cranmer, my writing has been very hit or miss of late. I'm hoping to get some work done when Christmas break gets here.

Lisa, glad you enjoyed!

eric1313 said...

I sense an over-all good arc to this. Things have been going well I hope! Love the Vlady dady art. He definitely looks like the king one does not want to have.

the walking man said...

Yes that is correct Harvest of War takes care of a weeks worth of dietary fiber!

Charles Gramlich said...

eric1313, there are more coming in this arc.

Mark, I'll quote you on that. Thanks for the testimonial. :)

pattinase (abbott) said...

Very clever indeed!

Ron Scheer said...

I believe it's called bibliotherapy.

Snowbrush said...

I'm glad you said it was non-fatal, because if you hadn't, I would have never picked up a book again. I also couldn't help but note that his last name is the same is yours, and that his first name starts with the same letter. That must be quite a thrill for you, what with having people think that you might be related to such a great man. Heck, if I didn't know better, I would think that great man was YOU, but when I Googled him, I found that out that his first name is Chester.

Bernard Lee DeLeo said...

I agree with Dr. Gramlich, HARVEST of WAR is a sure cure for BrS!

X. Dell said...

Es ist sehr commish, herr Doktor.

Charles Gramlich said...

Patti, thanks.

Ron, I hereby rename it gramlichotherapy. :)

Snowbrush, Chester eh? Looks like I gots some killin' to do.

Bernard, you are wise as well as handsome.

X. Dell, I like being called Herr Doktor.

ivan said...

Well, in my own writing, "I've been buked and I've been scorned", but I hope I never gave anyone a case of shits. :)

jodi said...

Charles, I should be dead of that disease by now...

Issa's Untidy Hut said...

Nice one, Charles!

G. B. Miller said...

Funny stuff. :D

Erik Donald France said...

Hear hear haha ~ lovin' every minute of it ~!

laughingwolf said...

well done, Herr Doktor Professor [as mein chermann teach referred to hisself, at uni]... a proud man, nein? ;)

Charles Gramlich said...

Ivan, well anyone who gets a case of the shits can be cured by my work. :)

Jodi, you must be tough!

Don, thankee, man!

G. B. I'm venturing into your territory. :)

Erik, glad you enjoyed.

Laughingwolf, German just sounds cool. You gotta admit. :)

laughingwolf said...

indeed, i agree... but it's just the guy was so full of himself... perhaps cuz he was also a "von"? ;)

Merisi said...

Reading Charles Allen Gramlich in an easy chair beats sitting on a loose stool, methinks.

Kate Sterling said...

LOL.

I loved "Harvest of War", and agree with the doctor's advice.