So here we are at the end of the chain. This chain was started by the awesome Cole, so head on over there if you’d like to start at the beginning (or because her blog’s so awesome). Or you can head over to Michelle’s blog who answered this before me The blog chain topic is:
All I have to say is TGIFF. That extra F stands for something. I’ll let you interpret it as you wish. This has been a long week, no? But I’m looking forward to a full and fun weekend so it’s all good. I actually have a question today. It was posted in the comments section
I’m having trouble getting started this morning so here’s the funny: See more funny videos and TBT Videos at Today’s Big Thing.
So I’m likely going to be rolling the weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) into one lump post for the next few weeks. I got my revision notes back from my editor and I have a lot of stuff to do. Unfortunately blogging tends to get the short straw when I have to prioritize. That just means
No news on The Deathday Letter. It’s starting to make me a little edgy. Some people with my same release timeframe already have covers and dates and stuff. I have none of that. It makes me a little nervous. I’m supposed to get my revision notes by the 20th. We’ll see if that happens. In
Happy Monday. It’s my first full day back at work and this made me laugh. I tried not to for as long as I could, but this baby’s laugh is like a virus. If you don’t at least smile, then you have no soul.
It might have been smarter had I saved my video and pics of the DMB concert for today, but alas I lack the ability to think that far ahead. Instead I find myself in a musical black hole right now. I’ve obviously been listening to a lot of DMB but the first half of this
Today I’m back on my diet and I’m about to wash my car and hit the gym. How’s that for healthy? Right. So this was my first Dave Matthews concert and it didn’t disappoint. It was freaking fantastic. It was a cool mix of old and new songs. I went with Angie. She isn’t a
I got nothing. Okay, that’s not true. I’ve always got something to write about. Tomorrow I get to begin on my next project. I don’t mind admitting that I’m terrified. The project is risky. At the same time, I think it’s my most mainstream project yet. It’s the kind of story that I have to
So I’m back from my vacation. It was really fantastic. I went to Chicago Comic-Con where I saw Edward James Olmos (Admiral Adama), Margot Kidder (Lois Lane), Lori Petty (Tank Girl) and then a whole bunch of scantily clad fan-boy wet dreams. Luckily I am immune to such things. I also went to the Chicago