How did you get from blasting your way out of Paris to Skynet and Terminators? Also, where can I buy this book?
LOL! Awesome. And I think you gave skynet the slip by talking about baby food. Nice cover. :)
HAHAHAHAHAHAYou've been looking at my searches, haven't you?
Adam - Oh man, I wish I knew. And the book is in drafting stages! Pubbed in the next million years if the FBI doesn't get to me first. :)Susan - Thank you! I know, baby food covers all (sometimes quite literally if your kids liked to throw theirs as much as mine does.)Comfy - Hee hee, I have. Skynet helped me find them. Thanks for stopping by!
I can so relate. One time I searched "how to make your own EMP" and "Langley Air Force Base" on the same day.They haven't come after me. Yet.
LOL oh man, a writer's search queries are never normal. We must ALL be on the FBI's watch list. I've looked up military handguns, medicinal plants in China, etc. etc.Truthfully it's probably scarier to the spouses than to the gov't.
Stephanie - whoa! Heaven help us if our google overlords ever turn us in, right? Stay safe. :DKristan - Ha! I have to agree...Preston sometimes finds my explanations suspicious, so it's good to have some fellow writers backing me on this.
Hahaha! We should totally get a bye on this kind of thing. Between googling creating weapons of mass destruction and chatting with my dad, the rocket scientist, on possible side effects of said bombs, I was worried skynet would come swooping down at any moment.And yay for new story ideas! How exciting!So did you find out what eats sharks?
Hahaha! I know, I started feeling like if someone saw my search history they would think I was nuts. I'm sure it's just going to get weirder and more suspicious as I move forward. This makes me even MORE excited for next week's crit group :).
Funny post. Also I just saw Nathan Bransford's shout out for your in his Friday post. I felt proud by association. "I've met her!" I found myself thinking.
Oop, I left out the word blog. I feel silly.
Love this, brilliant, so true.
paris? zebras? italian prisons? oh my! sounds intriguing!
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