It’s follow friday!
Q. What are you doing to prepare for an upcoming zombie apocalypse and/or the return of Mel Gibson to the silver screen? (Both of which could be terrifying.)
See, the thing is that I’ve known about the apocalypse for years now and I’ve always had a plan in mind. I own a toy store, and what I’ve done is stalk up on all the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and now toys, things like G.I. Joe, Smurfs, Battle Beasts, Star Wars, Care Bears, My Little Pony, Transformers, Marvel / DC, Spawn, and other vintage toys. So when the apocalypse hits, all I need to do is cast the spell and awaken the toy army in my store to fight the zombies. You see? I’ve got it all covered, although I’m not really sure what would happen if all the toys joined the zombies. Then we might be screwed.
Stay tuned for more Follow Friday fun!
“Share your favorite post from the last month and tell us why it’s close to your heart!”
Oh snap. I really need to think about this one, actually no I don’t. Here it is. Ten Thousand Ways to Experience Love. This post pretty much sums up what I write about, why I write about it, why it’s sexy, cool, and totally awesome all at once. Also sums up all the different types of lovey dovey relationships we see in YA fiction.
Book Love: Do you share your books with others?
Who was the last person you sent a book to?
Last books I shared I still haven’t gotten back. Actually, I never get them back when I share, The Hunger Games, a few of my druid books, etc. etc. I never get them back. Right now I’m missing some Caitlin Matthews, Frank McEowan and Jenah Telyndru. It’s sad, but the only book I ever got back took a year to come back to me. And I only got it back that time because I had books of hers!
Blah, as a rule, I don’t share my books anymore, that’s what libraries are for.