Tonight and tomorrow I will be in Tyler, TX for the East Texas Bookfest in Tyler, Texas, and, as usual, I left too many things until the last minute, so I will be busy most of today getting everything in order. There are always so many little details, like don’t forget the flyers and your toothbrush and your books. Not to mention the list of things to do to get all the animals squared away and make sure my husband has some help if he needs it.
So, I have no blog post idea at all. Instead, I will just give you links to some online friends who have neat things to share.
First up is Alex J. Cavanaugh. I love his brief music and movie reviews, and he always has updates on what is new with some other author friends. He is good about sharing.
Another writer friend is LD Masterson. She frequently has humor on her blog, but also hosts authors who are on blog tours. A recent post is from a mutual friend, Marilyn Meredith who is touring with her latest book, Raging Water.
Helen Ginger, one of the team members at The Blood Red Pencil, also has a very popular blog, Straight From Hel, where she shares tips on writing and publishing, as well as offering book reviews.
Susan Swiderski has a fun blog, I Think, Therefore I Yam. She does some great pictorial essays that I always enjoy. I admire someone who works so hard to entertain her readers.
And in closing, here is your funny for the day from one of my favorite comic strips, Pickles. Earl is lying on the sofa reading a magazine and Nelson, his grandson leans over to ask, “Where do we go when we die, Grampa?”
Earl says, “I don’t know about everyone else, but I’m staying right here.”
“Yep. I’m going to have my ashes scattered over this sofa.”
Nelson then goes to Opal who is in the kitchen and asks, “You have a really good vacuum, don’t you Gramma?”
3 thoughts on “Friday’s Odds and Ends”
I love that idea of scattering one’s ashes where one spends the most time. I guess that means mine will be piled on the chair in front of my computer. 😀
Hey, thanks for the mention. And I love the comic.
Have a wonderful time in Tyler.
You’re welcome, LD. I do enjoy your blog so much.
Patricia, I think I would have my ashes spread outside. We don’t have a good vacuum. (smile)