To make it up to you, I've got an author interview and a BOOK GIVEAWAY coming up in the next couple of weeks! It's the perfect autumn read if you're a seasonal reader like me.
And because I love lists, here's a list of some of the better search terms that bring readers to this blog:
"what happened 90 years ago" (Wikipedia, my friends)
"how do you know if you're a psycho" (at least 12 different people came to my site with that search or something close to it)
"best way to carry a pen without losing or breaking it" (also several people with this one...um, in your hand?)
"you picked a fine time to leave me Lucille"
"i got lost in Versailles gardens" (obvs. I'm not the only one)
"idea for a novel"
"midnight bacon cravings" (yes)
"your future self wow"
I hope your future self wow is as cool as the ShamWow. Which I definitely bought and it is way cool. Although if you go to its home page you'll notice an incorrect usage of "It's" on the very top header bar. What a shamewow. (sorry)
While I'm on a tangent, I might as well branch further and say that made me think of the Snuggie. Do you own one? Want one? Despite its inherent creepiness, it looks comfy and soft and would make me laugh any time I wore it. JB and I are considering them as Christmas gag gifts to each other. I like the leopard-print one and he likes the blue. But if we got ones that didn't match, we wouldn't look as much like a druid cult, and isn't that kind of the point?
**UPDATE: Major thanks to Natalia Maldonado who mentioned in the comments that there are Snuggies for dogs. Naturally I had to investigate, and it's absolutely true. Is it just me, or do dogs actually look better in Snuggies than people?