Hi there! What an awesome day. I had my blood drawn this morning. I used to hate needles. Now, I can actually watch as they stick those damn things in. Wow! I’m like … Superwoman. Ha ha ha …
Okay, I’m exaggerating. (sp?) I’m more like Catwoman. Only I use my cat powers for niceness instead of … not niceness.
Anyhow, this is what blogging and traveling will do for you, as I’ve discussed here.
Here, once again, is the link for The Sam McRae Mystery Series Indiegogo campaign. Anything you (yes, you, reading this here blog) can do to contribute — even a $1 — or spread the word would be most awesome!
BTW, I’ve added an old video to the campaign about ebooks, with me talking about them. Here’s the post where I wrote about that.
Isn’t it interesting how things change?
Thanks, Brad Zerivitz, for doing such a great
editing job interview!
And in the news:
Pussy Riot is e-publishing now! Awesome!
I think this calls for a song. My husband and I were talking about it. Actually, we were talking about bullying in schools. Apparently, kids are all worried about social media and their reputations. And I was like, when I was in school, I didn’t give a damn what anyone thought about me. So they could’ve said anything, and I wouldn’t have cared about it. They’re just words and opinions,
of stupid people, for Pete’s sake! So … he brought up this song.
I say it’s a perfect song for all independent thinkers. Everywhere.
UPDATE: I’d like to add this interview of one of the characters from GLASTONBURY: A NOVEL OF THE HOLY GRAIL by Donna Fletcher Crow. Donna is British born, but lives in Boise, Idaho. Hey, Donna! Check it out. I
am Mack of was in Scotland!