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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Wednesday Morning Musings??

Hello, Fire Enthusiasts. I’m a little late posting this week. I usually try and have at least something posted for Monday. I’m still trying to figure out just what it is that I can handle at the moment. I had hoped to do a much better job visiting other blogs, but that still seems to be the one thing that I am having trouble doing. I’m sorry about this, by the way. I feel guilty as hell when I don’t know what’s going on with my blogger buddies.
Many of you know why this is and I hate to go over the same boring stuff: I work an 11 hour day job. My wife and sons have been very good about the fact that dad is married to his laptop every day, but I don’t have to like it. You know?
So I spend the little time that I can afford keeping up with article deadlines and promotion for Kings River Life Magazine, writing blog posts for myself, staying on top of Twitter and Facebook and now doing author events. For my next post I will discuss these events that I have been doing in detail, along with some of how they came about. I thought about doing a video blog for that one, but am unsure that it will work out. We’ll see.
In the meantime, I wanted to tell you about a book that I just finished reading last week. Me, reading? Yes, it can happen! It is very rare, however. In any event, the novel is entitled Stop Me. It is a serial killer story that was done very well by author, Richard Jay Parker. I have had the pleasure of speaking to Mr. Parker via the ‘net a few times and he seems like a really good guy. More importantly perhaps, he wrote a very good and very unique story, and I would like to tell you about it.
To read this review, please visit the Something Wicked This Way Comes Blog. It is a second blog that I contribute to, although far too infrequently. If you have yet to hear of it, then this is your chance to check it out. It is the home of several Vamplit Publishing authors. I don’t contribute as often as I would like, but I am hoping to do better in the future. The following is a teaser to get you to check out the review:

           howdy doody,

           on vacation

           slim, attractive, dreadlocked babe with a fun sticky-out bellybutton, likes rabbit fur

           forward this email to ten friends

           each of those friends must forward it to ten friends

           maybe one of those friends of friends of friends will be one of my friends

           if this email ends up in my inbox within a week I won’t slit the bitch’s throat

            can you afford not to send this on to ten friends?


We’ll talk soon.


  1. I sent out the email. Hopefully, she and her navel will be safe.

    Don't work too hard, buddy.


  2. Ooh, that sounds like a good one, Jimmy! Dammit, my tbr pile multiples like rabbits! And did I tell you I now have an Android tablet to read on? Buying ebooks is so easy it's scary. Don't work too hard, friend. Breathe, enjoy family, just be for part of each day:)

  3. LOL. I'll be sure to check it out.


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