The wormhole is coming! The wormhole is coming! I think I might try some dramatic lounging. Do you think people will take me more seriously if I lounge dramatically? You know I love comments so much that I pick a favorite to receive my monthly AnaBanana gift basket ($25 value). Recipient is announced the first blog post of the new month. Perilously yours, Pauline P.S. While there’s not a wormhole in the first book, the follow-up book MAY have one. Because we know I love wormholes. LOL But yeah, Sucker Punch is coming, so grab Core Punch! Like this:Like Loading…
I really appreciate the privilege of launching my new novels with a visit to your blog, to explain the background and inspiration behind the ideas. This is definitely an honored part of my new book process, so thank you for the opportunity! There was a reality TV show on BRAVO for two seasons, called “Below Deck”, which followed the crew of a luxury charter yacht in the Caribbean as they sailed with different guests. You can imagine there were a lot of soap opera-like goings-on since this was reality TV after all. Although I have no idea how true to
The subject of jowls came up during a panel on blogging at ApolloCon. Okay, I might have brought it up when I was asked if I planned any sort of YouTube broadcasting, as part of my blogging. Um, no, I do not put these jowls on camera anymore than I can help. They are camera HOGS. Seriously, the camera supposedly adds five pounds, but to jowls? Five pounds each, then another for the whole face. The combination of genetics and gravity is the gift that just keeps growing. And sagging. So since I’m talking jowls, I thought it would be
So they SAY this is a tower, but it look suspiciously like an alien space ship to me. I don’t know about you, but I’ll never forget the space ships hiding in plain sight in Men In Black. Further evidence, the hubs took this picture and he hasn’t been the same since. Almost the same, but not quite. Highly suspicious. Highly. What do you think? Innocent building? Spaceship hiding in plain sight? You know I love comments so much that I pick a favorite to receive my monthly AnaBanana gift basket ($25 value). Recipient is announced the first blog post of the new month.
So on Monday I mentioned that I spent the weekend at ApolloCon, so did not spend Saturday morning doing blog posts. So I thought I’d do a sort of “Why Someone Wrote” link roundup for today, instead of trying to get my recalcitrant brain to cough up something new. Since Wednesdays are about books, the posts cover a lot of ground, so thought I’d just spotlight a few: I’ve had a lovely selection of writer guests stop by to share why they wrote the books they wrote. Not to play favorites – okay, I will: Veronica Scott is one my favorite guests.
I went to ApolloCon this weekend. Why is this an emergency in need of a blog re-post? Well, I usually write my blogs on Saturday, but Saturday, I’ll be at ApolloCon. When I sat down to try and write new material, my brain was like, “Girl, it’s not Saturday. I only think in blog posts on Saturday.” And so I was like, “Well, I’ll just go around you and do a re-post. So there.” So, since ApolloCon is about science fiction, this post seemed like a good choice for re-posting, since it’s about my science fiction. So here it is, almost like
I think I see a wormhole forming here! (More hubs photos from our adventure in Dallas the end of May!) What do you think? Wormhole? Something “other?” Just an awesome sauce photo? You know I love comments so much that I pick a favorite to receive my monthly AnaBanana gift basket ($25 value). Recipient is announced the first blog post of the new month. Perilously yours, Pauline P.S. After all the weirdness this week, you know I had to end the week with Dead Spaces: Like this:Like Loading…
There are some very famous authors who only wrote one or two novels. I have to say, they break my reader’s heart. When I love a book, I always want more. In the “old days,” it was a lot harder to find out if there were more books or even why someone didn’t write more. One of my favorite “one book wonders” books (ouch, that made my head hurt) is Memoirs of the Invisible Man. By H.F. Saint, published in 1987. I loved this book. You could tell he’d really thought about what it would be like to be invisible.
So I found out on Twitter that I died in 1999. I really thought I’d know this without Twitter or Goodreads, but apparently not. I went over to Goodreads and there it was: I really think someone should have told me. I mean, I’ve always known I’m not normal, but I didn’t know I was paranormal. I’ve been tooling along, acting like I was a live author, not a dead one. Though it does explain why I wake up every morning feeling like death warmed over. But seriously. Fifteen years of deadlines that I didn’t have to meet. And think about