This post heralds my return to blogging after a month-long hiatus. Also, hamster make-outs, scrambled felines, and writing advice.
I feel like I should be tiptoeing in here, and it’s my own blog. I’m sorry for the extreme silence lately, y’all. Honestly, the only thing I can tell you is that I’ve been pureeing pears and prunes. Seriously. Since the Itty Bitty started her foray into solid foods, I’ve felt as though I’ve been living in the kitchen.
Fortunately, I shall soon acquire a brilliant gadget unfortunately named “Babycook,” which shall do the cooking and pureeing for me and is, fortunately, not made from real babies.
My grand and good intention is to get back into blogging regularly — at least once a week. There won’t be another month-long hiatus if I can possibly help it (and I do think I can, Pauly). In the meantime, I’m also planning an updateish post to let you know what’s been happening in my writing world.
But that’s for later. Right now, I’m in the mood for silly, so silly is what you’re gonna get. Specifically, silly related to keyword searches.
You people are weird, and I love you for it.
Without further ado or adon’t, here are some of the keyword searches that, according to Google Analytics, have recently led y’all to my blog. And also my reactions to said keyword searches. BANGERANG.
1. would you please do me a favor
I never take requests unless asked, so yes!
2. what can be the misuses of having banana
common misuses of a banana
I take it back. You don’t get any favors. Sicko.
3. upside down scrambled cat
I don’t really understand, but okay….
I didn’t know how to do the scrambled part, but perhaps this will suffice anyway.
4. what to do when your novel gets too complicated
No, really. Cut a character, erase a subplot or two, delete some scenes. If the novel’s too complicated, it means you’ve got too many cats in your frying pan. Toss a few of them out. You’ll end up overcooking them anyway.
5. sometimes a lady
…will have her
catcake and eat it, too.
6. should a writer listen to suggestions
For the love of all that’s good and true and writerly in this world, YES. Don’t be a precious snowflake.
7. scary hamster
death by hamster
Okay, I can see why the hamsters might be kissing. Even furfaces like a little lip once in a while. And if a dumb hamster and a cool hamster are kissing, it might have entertainment value. Locking braces, awkward positions, AND SO FORTH.
But…but…why hamster suicide? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE? And by Grabthar’s Hammer, what is death by hamster? Diana from “V” swallows one and chokes on it?
And why did these searches lead to my blog?!?
8. novels — how long is too long
If you keep writing after the story is finished, then your novel is too long.
9. i have a bachelors in writing now what
(READ: When I find out, I’ll let you know.)
10. dragon vs. turkey