Friday, June 27, 2008

Getting Better

It has been sunny here in Washington and that is a good thing. I haven't written anything in days and that is a bad thing, but I'm not getting down on myself about it. I'll be writing my ass off in just a few days, creating a brand-new bizarro horror novel along with my pals David, Jodi and Kody, who I think are writing straight-up horror novels. Not positive about that though. Either way, it's gonna be cool to get back in the saddle and see what floats to the top of the old noggin.

I seriously can't wait until we get a new president. It will be nice to be happy with our leader, to be proud to stand beside him (metaphorically) and not be embarrassed by his war and hate mongering and other various antics. That's assuming America has the brains to vote in the right guy and that said right guy doesn't turn into something besides what he says he is. Fingers crossed on that one.

I wonder if the people of China feel the same way about their government as some of us US citizens feel about our current one. I really despise the Chinese government and not only for what it has done to Tibet. They have commited so many travesties...it really bothers me if I think about it too much.

I also wonder if China had been invading a Christian country instead of a Buddhist one, if the US would have stepped in. Food for thought. I don't claim to know a lot about politics but I certainly know right from wrong.

Anyway, I guess it's all just flotsam in the wind, eh? The sad part of doing time on planet Earth.

On a lighter note, here is an interview I did with Ash Lomen over at Bizarro Central. Bizarro Central Forums - My interview with Gina Ranalli
One of my more oppositional moments. I thought he was just being goofy (he was!) and I was giving him goofy replies. I think it's funny though, even if no one else does. Ash is a cool dude and always cracks me up. I hope he writes a book one of these days.

I think I might have Thai food for dinner. Or homemade pizza. And beer. I am REALLY craving a beer.

PEACE, BABY!

2 comments:

Jodi Lee said...

Are you really ready for JulNo? ;) I am so not as ready as I thought I'd be. Ah well, if stuff doesn't get done, it doesn't.

I think mine is leaning more to thriller than horror. I thought I'd take the recent ickies out on a mildly disguised character, but...it's leaning another way. I can't wait to see what you do in Bizarro!

Mmmm...thai and beer. :)

Gina Ranalli said...

"Ready" is a relative term. ;)

I haven't done any outlining yet, but I need to. We're gonna kick booty. You'll see. :)