Tuesday, February 18, 2014

66,795 things



Don't forget to check out Phillip Leon's story "The Language of Nythos" on lit, a place for stories. lit pays you for stories, so if you like to write AND you like money, click this link for information.

Also: I've got the secret details on Star Wars: Episode VII, and will provide you some leaked scenes from the script on Indie Writers Monthly.


11 comments:

Robin said...

Maybe someone will read this blog, nicely timed with the Winter Olympics, and decide that snow shoveling should be the newest event added to the games. Just think... you could be the Idea Force behind a new sport!

Briane P said...

The IDEA FORCE: A team of superheroes roaming the Earth, providing creative inspiration to those who need it.

All we need is a theme song!

Rusty Carl said...

The snow is pretty. I had to shovel some recently. That sucked. I don't live in the south so I can go out and shovel snow. I felt... robbed.

cleemckenzie said...

Nothing like writing and being paid to do it, is there? Thanks for the link.

Andrew Leon said...

I've never shoveled snow and, honestly, am pondering the purpose of it. Where are your snow munchkins that just make tunnels and snowmen and stuff with it?

Briane P said...

Rusty:

I assume you live in the south because they eat squirrels there. (All my info on the South comes from Andrew.)

Clee... am I guessing the first name right? I hope you'll submit something. I have all this money laying around and no writers to give it to!

Andrew:

I had to lay off the snow munchkins. No money to pay their salary. It's all tied up in money the royalties I owe Phillip.

(Clee: Ignore that and submit something!)

Andrew Leon said...

But...
Don't snow munchkins work for free? Maybe it's only snow munchkins in the south that work for free.

Briane P said...

Don't the snow munchkins in the south melt quickly? Maybe that's why they work for free?

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

Shoveling snow has become a nearly daily chore. I think that 66K is about right for the number of shovelfuls I've tossed this year.

Briane P said...

Susan:

I know EXACTLY what you mean.

Andrew Leon said...

Do they melt? I don't think they melt. I mean, they sit around all year waiting for snow and work, which is why they probably do it for free in the south. They just get SO excited.