One of the things I've always wanted to do on the Web is
This summer, after much searching, I finally found the little place of my dreams. It's on a cul-de-sac over near the middle school in that neighborhood with all the trees (the ones that drop those sticky blossom things that stain the hood of your car).
Of course, it wasn't exactly in move-in condition. Oh, yes, there was work to be done, so I spent several months making the place "feel like me." Nothing major, just adding a water feature in the breakfast nook, installing an electrified perimeter fence and building a custom platform for my submarine-themed waterbed.
You know, the usual.
Then, after completing that work, moving all my stuff in and finally getting settled, I forgot to tell you that the place even existed. I know: LAME.
So, in the spirit of better-late-than-never, I'm officially inviting you all over to check out my new pad:
No, the new place is more of a repository of my writing and comedic pursuits - a literary Death Star, if you will, to which all of my posts and essays scattered throughout the Webosphere can be called home and to whom they owe ultimate allegiance. (I don't know what that means, either, so let's just move on, shall we?)
Anyway, you can find lots of stuff in the new place, including:
* A second blog, called "Bride of Frankenword," which is more on the writing side of things
* A schedule of upcoming appearances and events
* Links to favorite essays
* Some standup videos and videos of readings
* Nude photos (It's true! Underneath my clothes I am completely nude - go see for yourself!)
Anyway, you're welcome to stop by and, to sweeten the deal, I just opened a fresh can of dip.
(I'm also willing to act like I don't know you're rifling through the medicine cabinet when you use the facilities.)
See you over there - you can park in the driveway!
The book blog tour for The CHICKtionary is going strong! This week I have two brand-new guest posts coming out:
Thursday, December 1 - The lovely ladies who run "Chick Lit is Not Dead" asked me to write about my "5 Loves and a Dud." So I did.
Friday, December 2 - "Silver and Grace" will publish my guest post about immaturity. (Spoiler alert: I'm in favor of it.)