VOICEOVER GUY: It was foolproof plan.
NAIVE PROTAGONIST [writing to-do list]: What could possibly go wrong?
VOICEOVER GUY: Until. . . .
[Music changes to a minor key. Smile on NAIVE PROTAGONIST's face slowly morphs into a confused grimace. . . .]
[Trailer speeds up. Volcanoes. Poisoned darts. Fire. Man-eating kittens. Close-up of protagonist's horrified face. Explosions. A literal tornado of paper. Ninjas from the future. More fire.]
|He's thinking about it; you can tell.|
There may or may not have been man-eating kittens, but that's pretty much how the past few weeks have felt.
So there hasn't been a lot of blogging here. I have, however, been working on some new Bethany Watches Movies Everyone Else Has Already Seen posts, and I should have one of those up soon.
Meanwhile, you can check out my guest blog post, "Your Novel is Boring (Here's Why and How to Fix It)" over at Writing About Writing. I'm now an official guest-blogger there (with a bio and everything), so I guess I'm a real blogger now, in spite of my recent lack of posts here. (If you're reading this, Chris, I'm totally typing out a post for you right now, with my other hand.)
In other news, what should show up in my mailbox but a copy of The Hollins Critic?
With one of my poems on the back cover.
|You can either order your own copy to read, or you can create a new poem out of the words visible between my fingers.|