Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Crazy Days and Open Post

Between reading over critiques of CALLARION AT NIGHT, work, and ... well ... work. I neglected to think up a pithy blog post about writing, steampunk, or any of the various other insanities this blog devolves into on occasion.

So I figured I'd open this post up to my loyal readers. What do you want me to talk about in the coming days?

And no, the suggestions don't have to be serious (I heard that sigh of relief, Bane).


Rick Daley said...

I think you should just play it safe and talk about politics and religion.

Joshua McCune said...

Really, no discussion on the theological merits of quantum physics?

How 'bout a fave scene from CaN?

wv: jacho - spanish nacho (wait a second...)?

Susan Kaye Quinn said...

I'm always ready for a throw-down on quantum mechanics, but I'd really like to know how we can get the planet un-tilted so it doesn't have to be so darn *cold*! Or maybe I need to move to Florida.

How about the merits of writing contests vs. you know, editing the manuscript that's calling in a lonely voice from the laptop?

Stephanie Thornton said...

Okay, the comment about nachos is making me uber-hungry. You could always blog about food.

When the heck is it going to be lunchtime?

L. T. Host said...

Honestly, I'm having enough trouble coming up with my own stuff right now... like you, life is getting in the way. *sigh*. I may have to take a blog hiatus. We'll see.

KatieGrrr said...

Unicorns deffinately. And I second the nachos idea too. But no quantum mechanics please.

Anita Saxena said...

Can we talk about how stupid The Bachelor is?!?
I actually watched some of it yesterday while I was at the gym and OMG I can't believe how....how.... bimboey some of those girls are! How can you just show up on a tv show with the goal of falling in love with someone you don't even know?!? And then there was this one girl who was crying because she was just so passionate about the bachelor and she doesn't even know him!

Julie said...

If its a writing related topic I love to here the male perspective of writing something romance related.

I have trouble writing Dad characters, that would be another male perspective that I would love.

I know when Bane did his post about boys not crying that really hit hard. I had a lot of guys crying and the girls were sobbing heavily every other page.

It was helpful. I look at too many girlie blogs (including my own)

Susan R. Mills said...

I'm with L.T. I can't even think of things to post myself. I doubt I'd be of any service to you. Quite honestly, you could probably post just about anything and it would either make me laugh, make me think, or fascinate me in some way or another.

K. Marie Criddle said...

Post schmost. Draw me a picture.

Back when I taught me some middle school, I'd make all the kids draw me pictures if they finished their tests early. I had, by far, the coolest classroom walls EVER.

Adam Heine said...

Rick Daley made me spit on computer screen. HILARIOUS, SIR!

You need more posts about video games. I mean, it's the first item in your blog description :-)

Gary Corby said...

Your plan for how you will live a 100% pure steamdriven life for 1 year.

I.e. no power except by steam, no textiles not made with hand loom or steamdriven, no food except by steamtech &/etc.