Hello, Gentle Readers, may I be frank?
No, I’m not tired of being The Hook – the pay sucks but I’ve settled into the role – I simply need to get something off my forty-two-year-old chest: I can be a selfish jerk sometimes.
So instead of worrying about my stalled writing career or whether or not I hear back from various agents and producers, I’m going to get out of my own way and devote some time and blog space to a genuinely worthy cause….
Getting this young lady laid.
If you’re unfamiliar with this young lady, then click here. Done? Then we’ll begin.
The lovely blogger known world-wide as Becca ( in some cultures she’s referred to as the Great Ginger Devil, but that’s neither here nor there) has come to a stark realization about her life.
It seems she doesn’t have one.
She has devoted her time and considerable energies to crafting a kick-ass blog and digital presence designed to drive fear into her enemies, as criminals are a cowardly and superstitious lot…
Wait, that’s Batman. What the hell is Becca trying to accomplish? Besides accumulating the largest collection of donkey porn and men’s long johns in North America, that is. At any rate, the girl has run herself ragged. Her little fingers are sore from repeated tapping at the keyboard of her laptop – among other things – and her since her blog has apparently achieved sentience, she can now leave her apartment and take on that big ole world.
But she needs help.
Not the psychiatric kind; the modern pharmaceutical world hasn’t developed a drug powerful enough to quell her particular brand of madness. No, she needs a modern-day Cupid my friends.
So if anyone has a sibling or a newly-paroled cousin that’s looking for a mate, let Becca know, okay?
I have now done my good deed for the day. Time to go mock some guests…
MEANWHILE, WITHIN THE PAGES OF THE BOOK OF TERRIBLE: I take a look at Beyoncé’s recent troubles – and laugh at them.
If you’re a geek like me – but somehow still cool – and you’re going to be in the Falls June 8 & 9, check this out…
PLEASE READ THIS BLOG: You’ll be moved by MJ’s story. Her life story – and that of her daughter Grace – is one of hope, the power of family and the healing power of laughter.