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Writers of the Future: Panic in the Front Office

Apparently WTF is still trolling for suckers.

And apparently, the LRH policy on promoting something is to flood the internet with inexplicable ads for the two weeks before the thing being promoted. (Not!)

Apparently, Joni Labaqui (the sender of the previous WTF e-mails) and Miscavige have never heard of the British Army adage known as the 7 Ps: Proper Prior Planning Prevents Piss Poor Performance.

So the way that the highly-efficient Sea Orgites exhaustively trained in infallible LRH Admin Tech are trying to pull off the WTF week festivities is to send out e-mail after e-mail begging for attendance in a panic.

Yesterday, they sent out this promotional e-mail threatening that there were only a limited number of left at the April 15 awards presentation.

And, lo!, at the eleventh hour the promotional material has moved from free admittance and free parking to buy this special book package for $40.00 and buy our 25th anniversary volume 4 for $50.00 and click here to waste time watching an overblown video created in homage to the revered Hubbard.

Note that the L. Ron Hubbard – A Profile link makes no bones about whether or not L. Ron Hubbard has to do with a religion – more proof that the claims that there’s a firewall between WTF and Scientology are just lies.


From: Writers of the Future <[email protected]>
Sent: Tue, Apr 10, 2012
Subject: The Writer Winners Have Arrived In Hollywood!



We are pleased to invite you to the Writers and Illustrators of the Future workshops and events. The winners for the year have arrived inHollywoodwhere they will be in workshops leading up to the Achievement Awards Ceremony on Sunday, April 15th!Throughout the week we will be sharing updates on the activities with you as the writers and illustrators work with our esteemed judges on improving their skills and learning how to make it out in the field.To subscribe or to see the first day of activities as the writer winners arrive:

Click Here

To order your advance copy of the new L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 28, call 323-466-3310.

Be one of the first 19 people to order either package below and receive a FREE Writers of the Future Volume IV—uncovered in archives—signed by Algis Budrys and the winners for that year, which includes Jo Beverly and Nancy Farmer!


With this 7-book package you will find essays on how to become a successful writer and illustrator from professional authors and illustrators such as:
L. Ron Hubbard, Ors on Scott Card, Robert Silverberg, Kevin J. Anderson, Robert J. Sawyer and many others. You will receive the 28th volume of Writers of the Future and 6 previous editions in the series.




Or when you get your Writers of the Future: The First 25 Years coffee table book, you will receive the new Volume 28 FREE!


If you have not RSVP’d for the event on Sunday, there are still some seats available.



Click here to enter the Writers of the Future Contest:


Click here to enter the Illustrators of the Future Contest:



© 2012 Author Services, Inc. All Rights Reserved.


And just like before, the e-mail blasts yesterday went to people having nothing to do with artists or writers or anything other than he was just some guy whose e-mail address we have because he gave it to a Church of Scientology.

Once again, the Church violates its own policy. This time, it violates its own policy about promoting to correctly-identified groups of people. (ref:HCO PL13 August 1970 III WRONG PUBLICS (PR SERIES 3))

Wrongness after wrongness. Welcome to the Church of Scientology, Inc.

— written by Plain Old Thetan

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One Comment

Vicki  on April 11th, 2012

Someone told me that as of yesterday they were still looking for highly skilled performers for the show and were trying to get them to perform for “charity”.

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