George Washington Chicken McNugget Sells for $8,100 on Ebay.
Rebecca Speights of Dakota City, Nebraska found this chicken nugget in her Kids Meal three years ago. Inspired by a church sermon, she put it up on Ebay for auction. Her goal was to raise money to send some kids to summer church camp.
I’m going to invest in a presidential chicken nugget maker to put my kids through college.
Blogs and Articles in No Particular Order
Jami Gold asks, When Does Fan Fiction Cross an Ethical Line? Apparently, this is quite the controversial question.
A video interview with IronE Singleton from The Blind Side and The Walking Dead. IronE is sharp, and a great role model, not to mention a really nice guy. Lessons with Mrs. Lee – IronE
Twenty Miles in the Life of Colonel Joseph Kittinger. Nigel Blackwell recounts the amazing sky dive of Joseph Kittinger from twenty miles above the earth.
When Someone Shows You Who They Are, Believe Them. Astute article by Ingrid Schaffenburg at Threadbare Gypsy Soul.
Kait Nolan hits on something I’m always telling people. Are You a Writer? OWN IT! Seriously. Would you hire an “aspiring lawyer” to handle your death penalty case? Congratulations to Kait for being a finalist for the DABWAHA award for her excellent YA novel, RED. My daughter and I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
20 Iconic Objects in Movies, a fun post from Ellie Ann for SlackerHeroes.
Using the 12 Stages of Physical Intimacy to Build Tension in Your Fiction by Jenny Hansen at Writers in the Storm.
Win Books from Eve Gaddy, Vicki Hinze, Justine Davis, and Teresa Hill over at Fresh Fiction.
Don’t miss out! Clay Morgan is having his Second Annual March Movie Madness. Drop by and defend your favorite movie character, and I will defend my title as the winner of the First March Movie Madness against you.
From Marcy Kennedy, The Most Underestimated Key to Success from The Matrix.
Incredibly cool and deadly brine icicle under the Antarctic ice.
Have you ever had presidential or other apparitions in your food?
All the best to all of you for making the most of your meals.
Piper Bayard–The Pale Writer of the Apocalypse