Monday, December 17, 2012


Whelp, looks like I get an extended vacation from interviewing authors. This weeks leading lady hasn't gotten back to me yet, but I'm clinging to the idea that she's just away from her computer and will send me something this week. Until then, though, I'm claiming this week in the name of Ashley, posting my own thoughts, randomosities (yeah, I know, it's not a real word, but I'm creating it, so :P ), and writing bits. Hey, what perfect timing, since my book is coming out this week!!

Before I get too far ahead of myself, please join me in thanking author Matthew McFarland for joining us this past week. I know that I didn't do him fair justice on his week, because his work really is phenomenal, but it was a very emotional and trying week for me, and I'm still recuperating. But he deserves much better, and I was honored to have had him on the DSP. It was great getting to know you and reading your works, Matthew, and the Drunken Space Penguin wishes you nothing but the best in all your endeavors!!

Now for something completely different...

Christmas is upon us, and despite recent events, this is still a time to be happy and joyful and all that sugary sweet gooey goodness. In fact, these recent events SHOULD make you focus more on your family and friends, including those that you don't get to see all the time or don't say "I love you" to often enough. This time of year should be bringing families together, and knowing what's happened lately should only intensify those feelings. I want everyone in the world to be happy and joyful. So I plan to spread my Christmasy cheerfulness to you poor unsuspecting victims by posting a Daily Top Ten all the way up until Christmas. Some Daily Top Tens may be from other folks, but most will be from me. Cause, you know, I'm awesomtastical. (I should really stop making up words that make no sense...)

Be prepared, today's Daily Top Ten can come at any time. You never know. It could be in five minutes, it could be in five hours, it could be at 11:59:59p...I'm random like that. So. There ya have it. Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa, Happy Yule, and for all other religious or non-religious holidays, happy that too. :D

1 comment:

  1. I love your 'new' words. And look forward to the top ten lists. :)