Ever get to the point where you’re so overwhelmed that what you thought about five seconds ago has evaporated and you have that nagging voice in your head that’s insisting there are several very important things you’re supposed to do… but you can’t remember a single one of them?
Welcome to my yesterday.
Here’s what I remember:
In desperation I turned to some debut authors of 2006 and a few good friends to help me out with my Killer Year blog post.
(And it isn’t like there isn’t already enough about me online, what with part 1 of a new interview going up today. Thanks Chris. It’s neat to be a guest on someone else’s blog.)
This is why I couldn’t use the printer. But if I hadn’t taken the photo, recall might have been sketchy.
This is the most innovative way to bring media attention to a problem that I’ve seen in a while. Maybe the Killer Year boys should bare all...
And nobody makes me laugh the way Ken Bruen does.
Seriously, the post is over at Killer Year, and it is not filled with pearls of wisdom or witty banter from me. Instead, authors share memorable moments from their career and talk about what they’ve learned.