Well this is it. Last post before the conclusion of my epic 99 Followers Challenge. At the moment, it looks like it's going to be an epic fail. If so, we all lose. I was heartened this morning to see a jump up to 83 followers over the weekend. I've pretty much been unplugged, with monumental events unfolding in my real life. But imagine my disappointment when I logged on a few hours later and, alas, I lost another one. I don't even know who, so I can't even belittle them publicly. So be it.
Lesson learned while watching Parks and Recreation - Screw it. Be happy with what you've got.
What I've got is a very exciting future I have hinted at in recent posts. Either no one has picked up on it, or no one cares to ask. And by the way - What the hell? I thought I came up with some pretty good lies in my last post and only two people bothered to guess which one was true. Am I that uninteresting?
I'm ranting I know, but let me get it out. My stress level went way up over the weekend. Thank goodness for cathedral ceilings. Getting stuck in Columbia all day Thursday didn't help. Then, a very important meeting Saturday kept getting delayed. The end result though, all is well. All is better than well. All is fantastic. Despite the general tone of the previous paragraphs, I am a very happy bird.
While not the best part, it may be the one that interests most of my readers. I have a new idea. Woke up with it Thursday morning.
I'm really not sure how popular zombies are these days. Certainly vampires have to be on the way out, right? So what's next? Lots of people write about angels, or fairies, or is it faeries? I don't know. All I have is a character. No story yet, but lots of ideas. So, while Skully the Pirate has yet to be completely revised, and Sister Very Pretty waits patiently at the convent, I must now flesh out the brains of the recently deceased with a rather ironic name. And yes, I meant to write flesh.