You know how they make, erm, special pain pills for women?
Well, some of those pills have caffeine in them, and some have a mild sedative. Today I accidentally took the wrong sort, so I’ve been asleep on the couch with a cat on my feet and the TV running for most of the day—and not on purpose, because if I’d done that deliberately, it would’ve made for a pretty awesome day.
So grab your hat and lasso, reader—it’s time for a link roundup. (Confession: there are a couple weeks of collected links here.)
What do our book choices tell book sellers about us?
Here are some of the reasons publishers pass on books that then go on to do well.
If kids’ books aren’t about nature any more, what the heck are they about?
This is why I always felt a little squiffy writing reviews.
Wouldn’t an Amazon brick-and-mortar store just be like a WalMart superstore, but without the creepy rollback smiley face?
What does it really many to collaborate with another author?
I totally would NOT eat squirrel. But then, I’m a vegetarian.
Emmie Mears is doing awesome things over at her blog this week to speak (and sing) out against violence against women.
I’m totally with Kristen Lamb on the short woman’s battle of the thighs.
There are a few of you who have written blog posts in the past few days that I wanted to share, but I can’t find the links! So you all will make next week’s round-up. Or the week after, should I file the round-up into the “drafts” folder and forget about it again. Yipes.
Thank you for the link! And I dont know if I could eat squirrel either. Barring zombie apocalypse….and in that case I am not sure I could manage to catch one.
When the zombie apocalypse comes, I’ll be fighting the squirrels for acorns.
That made me laugh!
Thanks for the link love!
You’re welcome! Thanks for writing an awesome post!
Oh no! Hope your nap helped erase some of the drowsiness. 🙂 Lovely posts–thank you!
You’re welcome! And it did help with the drowsiness… I may have enough energy to do some real writing no! 🙂
What Kristin Lamb said. Thank you!