It took me until today to find out, because I've been hard at work on B3. Okay, yesterday when I should have read that article, I was busy getting my hair cut (hey, I have quick growing hair; it takes time for it to get short again). But today, I was hard at work (and at watching Hilary Clinton's hearing; I used to watch TV and do homework at the same time, which may account for my not doing so well in school, but most likely not). Anyway, as someone who writes fiction for a living, I'm delighted to learn more people are reading it.
For those of you who doubt that I was hard at work and don't obsessively check the right side of this blog, I posted a tiny bit of what I wrote today over at thirdmoonbook. Remember though, since this entry doesn't have B3 in its title, you can't comment below about what I wrote (not that there would be any need to; it's just a tiny section that amused me, so I figured I'd share it).
Actually, that little lecture about not commenting is almost as long as the bit of the manuscript I just posted. I am a wordy little devil.
Tonight is the first episode of the new season of American Idol. I have a love/hate relationship with that show, but the hate outweighs the love when it comes to the audition episodes, so I won't be watching. I'm hoping to spare myself the semi-finals as well, and just start with the final 12, but I don't know if my will power will be that strong. I'm also running out of evenings before the baseball season begins to watch all those dvds I seem to have bought over the past couple of years. Either I bought them, or they reproduced when I wasn't looking. You know, some of those dvds feel like work. I'm actually in the mood to watch Citizen Kane again, but the dvd includes a two hour documentary. Not that I don't love two hour documentaries about Citizen Kane, but pitchers and catchers are going to be reporting soon for spring training.
My first cousin once removed Debbie didn't win on Jeopardy last night (she came in third), but I thought she was very impressive. She knew a whole lot of stuff I certainly didn't. Most likely she didn't do her homework with the TV on.
Hmm... I wonder if Hilary Clinton did.