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Paul Elam reannounces the relaunch of A Voice for Men's Possibly Still Unnamed Publishing House for Men Who Don't Write Good

Paul Elam contemplates his future as an e-book millionaire
Paul Elam contemplates his future as an e-book millionaire

How often has this happened to you? You’re reading a thoughtful blog post or comment from a Men’s Rights Activist and you find yourself thinking:

“Gosh! This post or comment on how women are a bunch of malevolent parasites/men are the real slaves if you think about it/women were never oppressed because they could just get maids to clean the house is so witty and wise. I only wish it were 50 times longer, and that I had to pay money to read it!”

Well, I’ve got good news for you: Now you can!

A Voice for Men, having already given the voiceless male gender a way to express itself online, has now launched A Publishing House for Men to give them a way to express themselves in book form!

Well, e-book form.

A Voice for Men’s new publishing house has just published its first book – well, e-book — a slim volume of thoughts on Men Going Their Own Way, written by Peter Wright of Gynocentrism.com with help from AVFM’s Paul Elam, using some material already published online!

Well, technically speaking, this is a relaunch. AVFM Press originally launched last October with the publication of this same book. But Elam decided to call a do-over. No, really.

On October 25th, you see, a bulletin on AVFM proclaimed that AVFM Press was publishing Go Your Own Way: Understanding MGTOW — an e-book it predicted would be but “the first of what will surely become a lengthy series of ebooks (and some hardcovers as well). … let’s get AVFM Press on the map as the iconic source for true red pill appetites.” (A source for appetites? I thought the source for appetites was an empty stomach?)

One day later, Elam announced that he was recalling the e-book.

What I have discovered … is that there were several procedural, legal, and formatting errors that should have been addressed before launching the book.

I made a whole bushel of lemons, folks, and the fault for that lies squarely on me.

But I do make some pretty good lemonade, which I am in the midst of doing as we speak.

I have pulled the book from Amazon Kindle for the time being, and I am removing purchase links from every place they now exist.

After the deficiencies with the product have been corrected, it will be re-launched at a level of quality that AVFM readers deserve, which is the very best possible. All the other issues will be corrected as well.

Please accept my apologies for the mistakes. This whole process of publishing is quite complicated, actually.

It is, Paul, it is.

Happily, Elam announced, the eager customers who’d hurried to buy a copy of the defective book on its first day of publication would be given a copy of the corrected book when it came out. All twelve of them.

That last bit isn’t a joke; according to Elam himself, there were literally twelve of them – less than half the number of those on AVFM’s masthead.

Elam also decided to call a do-over on AVFM Press itself – or at least its name — declaring that

AVFM Press is actually a working title for our publishing arm and will likely change very soon.

But now all the details have been sorted out, right? Well, mostly.

Yesterday’s big announcement on the launch – the real launch, this time – of AVFM’s new publishing house did not actually provide a name for the venture. At least not one that I could find. On Amazon, the publisher of the revised edition of Go Your Own Way is still listed as AVFM Press.

But never mind, because the book is getting rave reviews on Amazon!

For example, a woman named Suzy McCarley declares that the book “was worth the wait!”

Ok, so McCarley is an AVFM staffer who’s given 5-star reviews to everything she’s reviewed — from self–published books by manosphere blogger Aaron Clarey to Avalon Extra Moisturizing Fragrance Free Conditioner. But not all of the rave reviews are written by AVFM staffers under their own names. For example, a fellow calling himself xtime Past gushes:

There is great content for Men and Women of all ages. Most of red pill are apprehensive in reading this book since Paul Elam is a part of the MHRA arm of the manosphere. The read is great for MGTOW to better understand going their own way.

So I would like to congratulate AVFM’s Possibly Still Unnamed Publishing House for Men Who Don’t Write Good for getting off to such a strong start, at least if you ignore that first start that didn’t go so well.

During AVFM’s last donation drive, Elam declared that:

This year will see AVFM go into commercial ventures that will fund even more activism. I cannot go into any details at this point, but rest assured it is coming, and as with most everything else we have set out to do, we are going to pull it off. This track will ease the pressure on some of our larger donors who have always seen us through donation drives.

AVFM’s Possibly Still Unnamed Publishing House for Men Who Don’t Write Good is the first of these new money-making ventures. Because as everyone knows, a vanity publishing house that so seriously fucks up its first e-book launch that it has to do it over again two months later is pretty much guaranteed to be a massive cash-generating machine.

It kind of needs to be, as AVFM’s last donation drive (which just ended) didn’t do quite as well as Elam had hoped, at least according to this little thermometer graphic posted on AVFM.

Oops. Didn't quite clear the hurdle.
Oops. Didn’t quite clear the hurdle.

I can only assume that authors will be rushing to sign up with AVFM’s Possibly Still Unnamed Publishing House for Men Who Don’t Write Good, so that AVFM’s Possibly Still Unnamed Publishing House for Men Who Don’t Write Good can put its name (which may be changed) on their ebooks – and take a share of the profits, if any, hopefully without introducing too many formatting errors in the process.

No, I can’t see how this could possibly go wrong.

Kudos, Paul!

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Dawn Incognito
Dawn Incognito
7 years ago

Oh yeah and 5

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
7 years ago

Remember the old cliche about people only being bored because they’re boring? Exhibit A, right here.

kittehserf - MOD
kittehserf - MOD
7 years ago

6

weirwoodtreehugger
7 years ago

Since the bored sea lion is boring, I want to recommend a TV show. I’m just starting to re watch Hex. An unfortunately short lived supernatural drama. It’s about a witch with a lesbian ghost for a best friend. She is being pursued by a sexy devil guy played by Michael Fassbender
MichaelFaaabender

kittehserf - MOD
kittehserf - MOD
7 years ago

I’m currently reading the Big Book of Learnin’ and it’s a reminder of how poor the troll-quality is these days. Nobody’s going to reach the heights (depths?) of Slavey’s weirdness.

Mewens
Mewens
7 years ago

Mein Gott. Like, I’ve heard the phrase “methinks you doth protest to much,” but that teal deer really gives it a literal dimension.

weirwoodtreehugger
7 years ago

Gaah! I accidentally posted too early. Anyway, I recommend the show to anyone who is a fan of things like Buffy and Supernatural even though it starts falling apart a bit at the end, it’s a fun watch.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
7 years ago

7

kittehserf - MOD
kittehserf - MOD
7 years ago

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thebewilderness
thebewilderness
7 years ago

9

lordpabu
lordpabu
7 years ago

weirwoodtreehugger, thank you so much for that reference! I am a huge fan of Buffy, and was a fan of Supernatural until they killed off Ruby (who reminded me of Buffy). I also like Lost Girl, which is in the same line as those shows as well. I’ve been looking for something new, and Hex sounds like it’s going to be right up my alley.

This is why I read the comments on feminist blogs. I hear about things like October Daye novels and Hex. :3

kittehserf - MOD
kittehserf - MOD
7 years ago

10

Mewens
Mewens
7 years ago

10!

kittehserf - MOD
kittehserf - MOD
7 years ago

Yay! Save point!

kittehserf - MOD
kittehserf - MOD
7 years ago

Whew, just in time!

Now someone remind me, can we go on to 11 or do we start with 10 again?

Mewens
Mewens
7 years ago

I have no idea how to play, but I figured if I was gonna lose, I was gonna do it in the double-digits.

thebewilderness
thebewilderness
7 years ago

11

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
7 years ago

12!

kittehserf - MOD
kittehserf - MOD
7 years ago

Mewens, lol! All that happens is if a number’s repeated, we start over at the previous save point (1, 10, 20 etc).

13!

kittehserf - MOD
kittehserf - MOD
7 years ago

Huzzah, got to put my lucky number in. 🙂

Myriad
Myriad
7 years ago

14

cupisnique
cupisnique
7 years ago

What a boring troll =(

kittehserf - MOD
kittehserf - MOD
7 years ago

Are those raccoons? They look like a cross between raccoons and meerkats.

cassandrakitty
cassandrakitty
7 years ago

I’m just trying to figure out what’s in the store that they want.

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