My book is coming out this year. That is still a little surreal to say, but I'm excited. That's not really what this post is about, though. No, this post is about America's greatest past time. Reading. The world has changed. Bookstores are disappearing and, now more than ever, people are turning to the Internet… Continue reading The One Where You Help An Author
You know you've reached a weird point when you start Search Engining blog topics. I mean, what do I write about? Part of my problem is overload. I'm writing four sketches a week, 10 jokes a week, two blog posts a week for work (why is that always easier?), and developing a sitcom pilot while… Continue reading Talk Amongst Yourselves
I titled this post so you would understand that this is opinion and what works for me. If, one day, I get published, then maybe I'll retroactively change the title. Until then, if you're looking for expert advice, I be not the one to which you should turn. I mean, Gawd, look at that sentence.… Continue reading Warning: I am not an expert
I am so, so, so busy. The move is 4 days away? No, that's wrong. 5? I don't know. My brain is fritzing and I need a few more boxes. I promise a full post in the near future. Until then, read a book and tell me all about it in the comments section.
Recently, at a book signing, an author told at story about meeting Sue Grafton. This author was at a major publishing event, one of those ALA's or RT's or RWA conferences where authors at different stages of their careers hobnob with the other members of their profession. You all know who Sue Grafton is, right?… Continue reading The Babbling Paradigm
Just because we like something does not mean that we shouldn't be critical of it. In general, I like the United States Government. I reap the benefits of centralized government. This does not mean I should just sit back and let them do what they want because I generally agree. I need to remain critical… Continue reading Defending The Hunger Games