Veteran InMonster Mark Gardner is about to release a new project, but he needs your help. He’s co-authored a sequel to the H.G. Wells classic, The War of the Worlds, with John Rust, and they’ve got a Kickstarter going to fund the indie release.
Some things I find particularly exciting:
A: Let me know if you invent or discover a time-machine. 😛
S: You need more time? Or a do-over?
S: True. Wouldn’t wanna rip a hole in spacetime. …I have a cardboard cutout of the TARDIS, but so far as I know, it’s not a working model.
A: Track down Calvin and Hobbes.
S: I may have a cardboard box.
A: Attach the two together, then find a smaller box and draw a flux capacitor on it. Can’t cover too many bases, right?
S: Lemme just grab my sonic and my really long scarf…
A: Don’t get eaten by dinos or hunted by time-traveling cyborgs.
A: You would have a sonic screwdriver, wouldn’t you. Yet another reason we are friends. ^_^
S: There are so many!
S: …ok, my attempts have failed. However, I documented the experiment, and sent you the evidence.
S: Haha. Ok maybe I will.
A week or so ago, Jubilare, my penpal and one of my favorite bloggers (also one of the smartest people I know), sent an award to this blog. (Thank you, Anne!)
The award was delivered by dragon.
The dragon also brought a set of instructions.
I know, I know. In however many years, InMon has never been postponed except for during Voice Week and that one time I forgot to hit “publish.” But I’ve had a doozy of a week (month, really), and it looks like I’m about to have another – which means you all have another week to play with last week’s prompts!
Image by Davidd/puuikibeach
Way back in November, Bob Clary of Webucator emailed me about writing a piece for their NaNoWriMo promotion. They even wrote questions for me to answer so it would be nice and easy. But because I am
lazy a successful copywriter in high demand, I failed to write and publish said blog until now! Oh, as they say, well. Apologies and thanks to Bob and co.