As promised, here’s Part 2 of The Many Ways I’ve Almost Died! How very Halloween, eh?
BTW, I’m holding a Facebook launch party for my soon-to-be published boxed set of mysteries, entitled LAW CAN BE MURDER! The boxed set is available for pre-order on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple iTunes, Kobo, and Smashwords! Not to mention Amazon UK, et al.
And, if you’re in the Columbia, MD area tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014, I’ll be at the Sisters in Crime, Chesapeake Chapter book signing with several other authors at the Howard County Library, East Columbia Branch, at 6600 Cradlerock Way. All the novels in my series will be available in print! Isn’t that awesome? I will also be signing this book.
Finally, here’s an 80s mix of Halloween tunes. Enjoy!
PS: It wouldn’t be Halloween without this! :)
PPS: Emily Hartridge, you are awesome!
Here’s a Halloween video to cheer everyone up! I guess. :)
I had the best time at the Austin Film Festival, so I thought I’d post a video about it. Enjoy!
I had SUCH a great time! It was like a dream and a non-stop party! Know what I mean? :)
And I totally forgot to include this awesome photo!
Finally, just to review, here’s who I met!
And, of course …
Furthermore, I met this mystery author, too! Great book, man! :)
And, I saved the best for last! My funny sister!
Too bad she didn’t bring the rubber chickens.
PS: We tried twice to see the rocket go up from Wallops Island. The mission was scrubbed yesterday. Unfortunately, the rocket freaking exploded today.
If only we had Tardises instead of rockets, you know? :)
Oh, well, you know what I say?
Just thought I’d post about this blog I just found called World’s Only Rational Man. It’s funny how similar it is in writing style and tone to a blog I used to have called Random and Sundry Things. I miss that blog, actually. It had the most awesome header …
I just thought I’d blog about that while I wait for Cafe Press to save the design on the T-shirt I want to put up for sale. It seems to be taking its sweet time … so …
Think that violates anyone’s trademark?
Three hours later:
Once again, I seem to have done it all wrong! The Internet hates me. :)
Finally, here’s a movie I really want to see!
PS: “When I was your age, television was called books.” — Peter Falk in The Princess Bride.