Story time. This is point that I started using the phrase "my life is a sitcom". When I lived in LA, I didn't have a TV. Even now, when I own a TV, I usually stream Netflix on my computer if I watch anything. But people freak out when they find out how much TV I don't watch (most of the time. Thanks to Midnyte Reader, I'm currently addicted to Supernatural and there are quite a few seasons to get through).
So my boss is horrified that I don't own a TV and gives me this old one that she has lying around, because she is awesome and that is the kind of person she is. It was top of the line when she bought it, but by this point it's old, so it's HUGE and easily 100 pounds. I had just moved into a house and didn't really know the other people living there, so I didn't feel comfortable asking anybody for help carrying this thing in (because I'm an idiot).
|I am totally signing POD right now.|
When I get out of the shower (dude, there were ants ON me), I go to set up the TV. And realize it is a computer monitor.
This is the kind of story that I think needs witnesses. But, tell me, is it a had-to-be-there kind of story?
FRIDAY AUGUST 24 - Interview with Sara Walsh for The Dark Light Tour. Sexy, sexy cover. It sounds fantastic. And Sara has shared a picture of her writing space that I'm super excited to share with you, because I'm totally nosy about things like that and, I mean, awesome, right? Plus, Sara is providing a signed copy of the book to give away!
MONDAY AUGUST 27 - Author Are Rockstars hosted by Fiktshun and Two Chicks On Books. I'M INTERVIEWING SARA ZARR. GUYS SERIOUSLY. It didn't feel real until she sent me her answers, but I'm psyched. I'll let you know exactly why she is my rock star and share the interview with you.