So, this is what I got to stare at this weekend. Our lovely cable company decided to crap out on me and they took their sweet time getting it back up. This coupled with a bout of sickness around the house has caused me to be somewhat absent from blogging. So now I figured I would put out a bunch of random thoughts and such.
So this is what I have been staring at in my internet/cable free life.
Ah video games, always there to
steal the hours of my life provide me with much needed entertainment.
Also, I got pictures in of some of the jewelry sent out from the giveaway. Layla's Trinkets(<---link) got them all out in a great time.
In other news, the amazing Janie Junebug did an extremely fun interview with me over on her blog, you can check it out here. She will also be giving her review of the book tomorrow so please go check that out. I can't wait to hear what she thought.
Also this week I got one of the most anticipated reviews of my book. Anastasia got to read it. I am always amazed by her insight and the things she picks up at her age. She actually read it in two days and gave me some amazing notes.
Anyway, that is a few snapshots from my life, how has everyone been? As always have fun and keep writing.
Sorry about your Internet. Why do those things always happen on the weekend when no one is around to fix it?ReplyDelete
The way of the universe I guess.Delete
I can't possibly be as insightful as Anastasia – and I'm not joking. I don't know what it is about young readers, but so often, they have an instinct for what works and what one needs to change.ReplyDelete
Less things running around their mind I believe. I can't wait to read your review.Delete
No cable and no internet.... I would not survive...ReplyDelete
Yay for Anastasia reading it and giving you notes ;)
It was not easy. Luckily Gaming was there.Delete
I hate when the internet goes out...messes everything up! Love all the trinkets.ReplyDelete
Yeah too used to having it by now. What did we do before? lol.Delete
Glad your internet's fixed... although it must have seemed like it took them forever.ReplyDelete
It did feel that way.Delete
i hate when the internet is gone, it seems it's when you have the most to do with it... though from the photos it looks like it all worked out.ReplyDelete
Yep, worked out GTA came at just the right time. lolDelete
So great that Anastasia gave you valuable feedback on your work! Hope your cable/internet come back soon!ReplyDelete
She is awesome, keeps me on my toes. All is up and running thankfully.Delete
Seems like a great interview. Glad you're back online. My internet had been fine, but I feel like I've been disconnected...ReplyDelete
It can feel that way sometimes.Delete
Our internet went down for a few days earlier this month. Lightning struck too close to the cable box outside and fried everything. The cable for the TV, the internet, and our home phones. Gah. I feel your pain.ReplyDelete
I remember reading that. That would suck luckily they got this up after a few days, but they did take their time doing so.Delete
No internet? That sounds terrible!ReplyDelete
yeah it is hard when you get used to something.Delete
Well, at least you had your video game to help with the downtime :) I grew up without the internet, but flip out if it goes down for five minutes, lol.ReplyDelete
Sounds like you're on Comcast, though....haha!
Ours is called Comporium, but they have about the same track record. I didn't have Internet until I was a teen and then it wasn't my computer. Still I am so used to it now.ReplyDelete
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I love the cross-out...Much needed entertainment. It caught me by surprise and made me laugh.ReplyDelete
Glad I could make you laugh :)Delete
We always take the internet for granted until it's no longer there.ReplyDelete
Love the jewelry!
This is very true.Delete
Internet troubles stink! I read your interview and Janie's blog. And I also read your book. Excellent job with the book! I really enjoyed it!ReplyDelete
Glad you liked the book, thanks for reading.Delete