I'm not saying my dog is smarter than me. Because that would be embarrassing.
I have got to start seeing movies in a more timely way, either at the movie theater or when they're first released at home. It's not such a thing this week, when something inspires me to talk about its antecedents (⇐this is not the nerdiest the post is going to get), as say, Star Wars,… Continue reading Castle Von Udolpho Crimson Abbey of Blood (Movie Monday, gothic edition)
I haven't blogged about my do in a while. Granted, some of that is because I've been blogging not very much. But tomorrow is the Westminster Dog Show (I think it's some other holiday, too) so if I want to have a post all about my dog, like the Eccentric Cat Dog Lady that I am,… Continue reading A Wild Yeti Appears…
My morning in haiku. Fresh hot coffee. Dribbles inevitable on white tee-shirt. --- Brilliant idea this late in manuscript is not so brilliant. --- Three dogs scratch at door. To ignore means poop on floor. Work paused, either way. --- I look up one thing Internet is so helpful Look! There are LOLcats!
What I've been doing when I'm not writing (and rewriting and throwing out and writing again)... Penny got a haircut. She's hard to snap a photo of because she's never still. But she was looking like a yeti, so it was time. And speaking of babies... And no, I haven't had a baby, but if… Continue reading Puppies and Books and Babies, Oh My!
So, here’s a nugget of Real Life Info for you. Not only does my mother live with me (or me with her, depending on who you ask), but I rent my upstairs apartment to a nun. Let’s just let that sink in for a minute. I live with my mother and Maria Von Trapp. Then… Continue reading The Real Me
I love it when people send me pictures of my book in the wild, whether it's on a bookstore shelf, their desk, or wherever. Especially when the picture includes an adorable dog.(pic from reader @Laurenisaguitar on Twitter)Here's another one! It's becoming a meme!(From Kari's IMM post over on A Good Addiction)It's no secret I love dogs.… Continue reading Texas Gothic in the Wild