Next literary craze: The Girl with the Vibrating Tattoo…. Okay. That could be all kinds of wrong.
Blogs and Articles in No Particular Order
Voting opens at noon today for Bond. James Bond. My nomination for Best Movie Character in this year’s March Movie Madness over at Clay Morgan’s. I very much appreciate your vote for 007. He’s saved our world countless times. Now, it’s our turn to rally for him. March Movie Madness Round 3
A New Release from International Best Selling Author Vicki Hinze writing as Kali Kaye. GIRL TALK: LETTERS BETWEEN FRIENDS
Romance author Roni Loren gives some great tips. Are You Hiding Behind a Wall on Your Blog?
My favorite ferret writer, Samuel Clemons, reminds us that happiness is a choice we must make every day. No Way, Sweetheart
Marilyn Hagerty, a lovely journalist from Grand Forks, North Dakota who wrote the viral review of The Olive Garden experienced the haute cuisine of New York City and posted some photos. I’ve been following her adventure closely, as I’m going to New York for my first real visit in July. Dinner Photos: Le Bernardin
From Dr. Rita Hancock, a pain management specialist writing for Redwood’s Medical Edge. Ten Myths About Drug Addiction Part 1
The rundown on Nip/Tuck from TV Maven Tiffany White. A Little Nip Here, a Little Tuck There
Someone mailed $70k worth of marijuana to “Karen Wright” at St. Martin’s Press, but there is no Karen Wright who works there. St. Martin’s Press Marijuana Mystery
I love this blog from Callene Rapp. Full Metal Jousting. Sign me up! To watch, anyway. It’s on the History Channel.
You’ve probably been hearing about “pink slime” in the news lately. That’s the ammonia washed industrial bort of beef that gets added into some hamburger that’s sold in stores. Myndi Shafer forwarded this list of who sells it, and who doesn’t. Where to Get ‘Pink Slime’-Free Beef
Gene Lempp always fascinates with his Designing from Bones series. This week, he discusses an ancient stone map found in the Russian outback. Map of the Creator
Jenny Hansen hosts awesome writing instructor Margie Lawson this week. Writing 50,000 Inimitable Smiles by Margie Lawson
Is there a dog that’s a perfect fit for you? August McLaughlin asks, Which Pooch are You?
Some of you folks are going to love this. A Cupcake ATM. Really.
Would you get a vibrating tattoo? Care to tell us where and what it would be? Remember, please. This is a PG-13 blog.
All the best to all of you for enjoying your phone calls.
Piper Bayard–The Pale Writer of the Apocalypse