Tomorrow, there’s always tomorrow

I spent most of my time setting up some guest posts that you'll be seeing over the next ten days. There are some really cool authors stopping by, and I expect you to check out their wares.

This stuff is important, because there will come a time when we need to step out and promote our own books. I'll be doing that very soon.

I also wrote one guest post involving Lorelei my Muse. I'll offer it to one of my street team members first when I'm ready to launch The Playground. It still needs links that I won't have until I pre-publish.

I'm cooking up ideas for other guest posts to keep them all a bit different. Lisa has some fun new posters to go along with The Playground, so I need some posts from her point of view too. It seems like I can write these even with distractions. While my wife watches American Idol or something, I can hack out 500 words or so.

I've wanted to get back into graphic novels for a long time now. I have some real classics from before the advent of the ebook, but haven't bought one since. I promised myself that I would read at least one this year, and I broke down and ordered a paper one.

I'm a little bit disappointed that I can't get it electronically. Maybe if I'd have shopped harder, I could have found something in electronic format.

It was the artwork that drew me to this one, and I don't mind telling you that I'm always on the lookout for Lisa ideas too. Madame Mirage has some powerful girl art, and maybe I can find something to keep Lisa's image up to snuff. Still, a computer generated super heroine, sounds like it has something going for it.

You guys have no idea what I go through to keep Lisa updated. I even have clothing sites bookmarked just in case something might work for her. My search history must look pretty dicey to any NSA agent who checks it out.

Speaking of my browsing history, I also wrote a murder short story last night. I'm pretty happy with it, but there is no speculative element involved. That kind of leaves it homeless in a way. I could post it here, or save it for Macabre Macaroni next October. Either way, I had a blast writing it, and will do something with it eventually. I'll claim word count in the 2200 class, so some writing happened.

Yup, NSA must think I'm either a pervert, a poof, or a murderer. When the black helicopters come I have no idea what island they'll put me on.

Tomorrow is the day. Yak Guy better be ready, because I have plans for him.


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21 responses to “Tomorrow, there’s always tomorrow

  1. Ali Isaac

    Sounds like you had a super busy day!

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  2. Looking forward to seeing the posts. I really can’t get into graphic novels when they’re in eBook form. Think I’m so used to turning the pages of comics so delicately and feeling them there that I can’t get used to the poke or swipe method. Never heard of Madame Mirage, but I do know Paul Dini and he’s great. He was involved in so many of the cartoons that I grew up with. Hope to hear that the graphic novel is good.

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  3. Wow, you were really rockin’ it today. Sue Vincent did one of her novels, Mister Fox, as a graphic novel. The theme is not comic though…ancient history and sort of new age spiritual stuff, I think. Really cool though.

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    • Some will work. Some won’t. My short story about Jason Fogg would work well. As an example of what I was talking about; I saved the image of that monarch dress you had on Facebook. I know a robot girl who might like it. Always watching.

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  4. Sounds like you made a lot of progress on various projects. I used to read a ton of graphic novels (and comic books) mostly in the fantasy genre. I still have a bunch of them tucked away in my closet. They’re a lot of fun!

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  5. I’ve never been a fan of graphic novels (probably not the best site to say that), but I absolutely loved your short story. Have fun putting Yak Guy through hell!

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  6. Wow, it sure sounds like you’ve been keeping yourself busy with forward moving activities. That’s awesome! I can’t wait to read your story, oh, and I love your robot wallpaper! Hope you had a Happy Valentine’s Day! ❤

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