Christian romance author Brenda Coulter discusses writing, life, and the writing life.
Sorry, thought you were a hoopy frood and already knew this.
Hey, it's because I am hoopy that I didn't realize it was May 25 already. (Those Pan-Galactic Gargle Blasters always make me lose track of space-time.)
Did I get dropped on my head...I have no idea what you two are talking about. I've been too involved in the scam agent Barbara Bauer shutting down Absolute Write.com by threatening the ISP and messing with Miss Snark. I'll tell ya' there's never a dull moment on the blogs! Even I posted about it!
You should have just gone into your garden, Brenda. I'm sure you've got a bowl of petunias there somewhere that would have told you. (Mind you don't tread in any of that whalemeat, though ...)
Good to see you, Neal. I was at Mr Porkpop's just yesterday and was worried that he had left the blogosphere.I do, in fact, have petunias. Red ones and purple ones. But they don't talk much.Bonnie my dear, we're just having some fun remembering the impossibly clever Douglas Adam's and his delightful The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy. (Which didn't translate nearly as well as I'd hoped to the big screen, but I'll take what I can get. The movie did have some good moments.)I'm afraid I don't follow Miss Snark. (I'd like her better if she was nicer and didn't hide behind that anonymity. Those things don't impress me in a blogger.) So all I know about that situation is that yet another agent has been outed as a "fraud" and everyone is piling on to condemn her. Yawn. Somebody please wake me when it's over.
That's Douglas Adams. (I was distracted by thoughts of my petunias.)
No Brenda, I've not left the blogosphere. Just not had very much to post about. Funnily enough, I did post just yesterday, though it wasn't a particularly inspired one!Glad to hear that the migraines are finally easing off and that you're beginning to feel better. We've missed you!
Many thanks, Neal.
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