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Book 2 in the Assured Destruction series is RELEASED!! If you thought book 1 was fun, you won’t be disappointed in SCRIPT KIDDIE. Kirkus Reviews called the first book: A fun, fast-paced thriller guaranteed to distract teens from Facebook … The first book is free! And the second just 99 cents for a limited time. […]
A frenemy of mine, Tule, likes to mash up haute couture and superhero costumes and does so pretty independent of gender stereotypes. This is for her, from Jezebel.com And for the record, I think the first cross dressing superhero would be AWESOME and be a REAL role model.
See, it’s not just me. I’m getting serious now. Maybe we should start a petition. Like my page to give me a sense if I should do this … https://www.facebook.com/AssuredDestructionSeries
You know when you get that overwhelmed feeling? When you’ve got way too much homework and no time to do it? When your significant other is pissed at you because you’re not spending any time with them and the crap is flying? That’s when I want to escape. It’s how I feel right now. So […]
So today’s beautiful thing is where Jonny paints. It’s beautiful because it gives him an outlet for his creativity and it’s totally legal to paint there. One of my favorite parts of it is that every few months the city comes around and paints over it, which is very Zen, like the Tibetan monks that […]
Clap on. Microsoft’s home of the future. Really, whoever patented the clapper should get right on this with a law suit. Clap on. Clap off. That pretty much sums it up. It’s just variations on the theme. Clap on. My personal chef. Or personal trainer. Clap off. Go away grandma. Clap on. The photos around […]
For context. Today we have snow. Lots of snow. And sleet. It’s gross. It is April 12th.
Okay, so I loved Harry Potter. Who didn’t? And every once in a while I’ll come across something that makes me want to read the whole series over again (even though I’m SUCH a slow reader and have to take breaks to text every couple minutes 🙂 ). Someone mocked up what the textbooks would […]