Saturday fumbling

I started off today reading blogs and responding to comments. I wound up starting another Amazon campaign for Will O’ the Wisp, this time using the genres. I tried to pick fields that don’t overlap with Experimental Notebook. I may not know what I’m doing, but I try lots of stuff.

My wife and I headed for town. We did some minor damage at Costco. She wanted a large white pumpkin for some sort of decoupage project she saw. I knew of a fruit stand that has huge white pumpkins right now. We wound up buying a pair of them. It took both of us to lift them, but I managed fine after I was on my feet.

She told me on the way home that she might not do the project, but they’ll look good on our porch anyway. I’ll leave you to imagine the look on my face.

We were close to The Tilted Kilt around lunchtime. Speaking of gigantic white pumpkins… Nevermind. Our waitress was very nice. I even indulged in a couple of Old Chub Scottish ales, one of my favorites. I had a strange sort of hamburger/patty melt that wound up being awesome.

I looked for the Boise State football game with no luck, so I watched the end of the Cubs/Cardinals game. Then Dr. Who taught me about the Bootstrap Paradox.

I spent the rest of my evening finishing up Sue Coletta’s wonderful book Marred. This is a fabulous book, and I’m really excited for her. If you grab it while it’s on pre-order it really helps. (Hint)

This post is just about the end of my evening. Tomorrow the tour for Will O’ the Wisp starts, so I’ll be checking comments at my host’s site throughout the day. Drop by and say hi.

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15 responses to “Saturday fumbling

  1. Hurrah for giant white pumpkins and patty melts πŸ™‚

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  2. Sounds like a good day. Good luck with the tour… I’ve already been over there!

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  3. Giant white pumpkins and kilts? I think you need to see a doctor πŸ˜‰

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  4. Sounds like a lot of fun. By the way, how much did you set your bid for in the ad campaign? I’m thinking of starting one up for the new book, but I’m not sure what to set it as. Was thinking $1. I did it for $2 once and that seemed to blow through the money in no time.

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  5. White pumpkins seem to be the in thing now. Your wife sounds very crafty. I bet it looks awesome. Thanks for the kind mention and the plug. You rock! Oh, and it seems my review of Will O’ the Wisp will come out at the perfect time. Five stars!

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  6. I love pumpkins. πŸ™‚

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  7. Sounds like a nice evening

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