This came in the mail for me not too long ago...
Obviously I'm stoked as fuck, and there will be a review coming soon... well, as soon as my computer lets me type for more than 10 minutes before it shuts down. I want to buy dust off, but I'm afraid the store clerk will think I'm a junkie:
I tried to get a shot of the sweet ass dedication and autograph, but my camera battery died. Technology and I aren't getting along these days. Roses, wine, candy crumbs in the keyboard... nothing works these days. We're going for counseling next.
... Why, oh why didn't this book exist when I was a kid?!
I could have started my love affair with Lovecraft WAY sooner! Hmmm, though the idea of a child having a love affair with Lovecraft (especially the currently 70+ years dead Lovecraft) is pretty disturbing. You might say it's... LOVECRAFTIAN! Or not. Actually, I don't know if there are ANY books out there involving a child having a love affair with a 70-year-old corpse, but considering how quickly the world at large seems to be running out of ideas (case in point: High School Musical 1, 2 , and 3) don't be surprised if you see the premise soon.
Click the image to check out the whole book, and make sure to snuggle in with your youngins for this heartwarming tale of... well, I don't want to spoil it...
Remember when we showed you our Dream Fort HERE?
Well, you have to get to your fort in some way or another, and I choose these stairs.
The Indie Book Collective wrote an article the other day about the top five industry changes that all writers should embrace. We made the number three slot, and we couldn't agree more. Check out the whole article by clicking here.
"3. Book Bloggers. Even toothpaste commercials refer to blog review approval. The new bookstore kiosk is online. Readers used to look to magazines and word of mouth for book reviews and recommendations. Not anymore. The blogosphere has evolved into a reader-centric place filled with bloggers who love to read and love to talk books. Readers are finding their additions to their To Be Read pile through blog hops, guest blogging and contests thrown by members of this tight community. Become a good neighbor by visiting a blog a day and commenting in a positive way."
Looks like there is a need for us after all! *Happy Dance* Guess we should keep at it, eh?
This is especially for those friends of ours who requested this... but I suppose the rest of you can enjoy it too, right?
Enjoy, guys! xxoo
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Ghostbuster's 2 had a sweet bookstore in it called Ray's Occult Books. It specialized in bizarre, strange, and hard to find books (awesome!!). Remember it? Of course you do...
I WANT THIS SHIRT!!