Goodbye me! Until next time. Kiersten will be back on Monday.
I'll work on getting the zombie shirts into the mainstream. You never know, those old T&C Surf T-shirts were pretty wacky. . .
I'm going to get back to my real life now. Activities like bugging Kiersten to tell me her plotlines, and suggesting she kills more main characters. Those are the scenes that are really memorable. Who could forget when Gatsby ran over Marilla Cuthbert?
In closing, I'll dispense some writing advice.
1. Never edit or revise. It shows a lack of confidence in your writing.
2. Don't use spellcheck; it takes away from the naturalness of the language.
3. Try to completely change plotlines and/or characters halfway through the book to throw the reader off.
4. Try to use stock characters like in movies--the tough-talking New Yorker, the Southern Gentlemen. Using the same characters is a great method.
5. If you run out of things to say, just use dialog from Charles Dickens, because it's in the public domain. If you're not famous, no one's going to sue you, but if you are famous, you'll get sued no matter what.
And that's it for Hot Stuff. In fact, blogging was such a strain this post was actually dictated by Hot Stuff to Kiersten after blogger ate the whole thing. Turns out blogging isn't for the faint of heart.
Fortunately, Hot Stuff? Is hot. So he can pretty much do whatever he wants.
He didn't dictate that last part.
But he should have.