Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Okay, no.  We're not getting political.  Even though we think it's important to have informed discussion about  issues facing our country, there's no way we'd try to persuade you to believe one thing or the other.  We've refrained from tweeting all the (hilarious) tweets during the presidential debates.  They're all over!  No more debates and twitter hijacking/hijinks.  But we had to include just this one because we believe funny people usually have something completely sane to say in serious times:


The best way to express your opinion?  VOTE.  If you're 18, register your cute self and get involved.  Please and Thank you.

Authors Talking about Writing:


If you have no idea who Ed and Lucy are, you MUST RIGHT NOW go and read GRAFFITI MOON!!
 



Other Lit. Peeps Rocking the World:

If you don't know who Anna and Etienne are...HOW HAVE YOU BEEN LIVING WITHOUT THEM?!?
LOL.  This is essential to being a writer.  Or musician  #guitarface 
  


And yes, Valerie, it DID make the twitter roundup.  Because DON'T CALL VAL and WEDGIE are tagging the internets with our mind graffiti:


Oh yeah, if you've made it to the end of this post (and why wouldn't you?) and you feel like commenting, you could win a paperback of ANNA DRESSED IN BLOOD by Kendare Blake.  Just in time for Halloween!  So comment away with either what you're going to be for Halloween this year or your favorite costume from the past.  Winner announced next week.  xx

5 comments:

E.Maree said...

I think I'll be dressing up as an overworked, sleep-deprived writer. I have all the parts for my costume, after all.

Susan Francino said...

Woot! I did indeed make it all the way down.

Erin said...

I think my favorite costume I've done is I used my senior prom dress (poofy, bright pink about 7 yrs old) and was a princess. All I had to buy was all the accessories. I was a huge hit with all the little girls that came trick or treating. That's probably why it was my favorite.

LizzytheBrit said...

My favourite costume was last year when I dressed as one of my favourite Singers, Amy Winehouse. Slightly poor taste maybe as it was just months after her untinely death, but with a beehive wig and stick on tattoos, everyone knew exactly who I was. She had/has a lot of fans.

Kristan Hoffman said...

I think I've only gone as like 4 things in my entire life, lol, but I was particularly fond of Pocahontas.

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