I’ll keep this short, since I can barely type and speech recognition really sucks. I’d like to thank, Penelope Trunk for many things, but first, I’d like to thank her for this post on her blog! Please click that link. It’s so worth reading.
And, thank you, Penelope, for
typing this for me your opinion. Ha!
Which I totally posted before on this blog. A blog that is now
retired out of service archived or whatever.
Yeah, here’s to building a lifeboat, right?
I’d be like Catwoman. Only I’d use my cat powers for niceness instead of … not niceness. Ha ha ha …
I’d also raise awareness of dystonia, because it makes you feel fine. :-/
Okay, then … so here are some other links of possible interest:
Italy is an awesome place to car share! Remember those skinny streets and tiny cars in Italy, honey?
I’m sorry … I digressed … one more!
Obama says, we must act! Right on!!!
I’m either self-publishing my YA or submitting it to a small mystery press, not these guys.
Oh, the irony! Ha!
So … would you be willing to pay this Internet hobo and NY Times bestselling author $10 each for one or more novels in this mystery series? If so, click here and follow the directions. Thank you!
BTW, if you enjoy mysteries, you should read Putting the MIST in Mystery by Jenny Milchman! Please click that link, because I read her awesome story in LUNCH READS and I’m looking forward to reading this book.
Finally, from Nik Nak’s Old Peculiar, Queen Victoria!
“All marriage is such a lottery — the happiness is always an exchange — though it may be a very happy one — still the poor woman is bodily and morally the husband’s slave. That always sticks in my throat. When I think of a merry, happy, and free young girl — and look at the ailing aching state a young wife is generally doomed to — which you can’t deny is the penalty of marriage.”
It all started with this post, which led to a book donation here …
PS: My short story “Jasmine” will be published in the next Chesapeake Crimes short story anthology, CHESAPEAKE CRIMES: HOMICIDAL HOLIDAYS, which will be published by Wildside Press in 2014. This book will be the sixth in the Chesapeake Crimes series. All 14 stories in this anthology will center around crime at holidays throughout the year.
I know of this translation business through a local freelancer’s group that I trust.
I’m sorry this post is such a shambles, but I’m still in the process of rebranding … so, we’re getting there. Hopefully, sometime in February or early March. So, hang in there. Let’s pretend this isn’t an update, okay?