Once more, with feeling. Hi, Wenchlings! As you probably know by now, TypePad was down for about 8 hours today, and during that time it ate Jo’s and my most recent posts. Fortunately, my post gave it indigestion and TypePad burped it back up, so I’m reposting it. Unfortunately for the rest of us, Jo’s post was masticated into oblivion and is slowly digesting deep in the machine’s bowels. The only thing left of her delightful commentary is the faint whiff of a British accent and the rumble of words and punctuation bumping against each other as they pass through the digestive system. Woe and woe!
Here’s my post, once more:
I’m here in my capacity as site manager, wearing fishnet stockings, thigh-high stiletto boots, tight little red dress, and carrying my WHIP! (Slash! Crack!) (ouch-ouch-ouch!) Thanks to my buddy Robert A. Moffat, who is a member of my critique group and a great photographer and talented artist, I now have a signature cartoon to go with my posts! The fact that Bob has shaved years from my age and pounds from my body has endeared him to me for life. The only tight little red thing I can get into nowadays is my flannel nightie, and it looks awful with my stiletto boots.
The Wenches have been playing with statistics behind the scenes, adding up all their books published and how many years they’ve been published. We thought it would be fun to share these stats with you. The information is in the left sidebar, at the bottom. But before you scroll down, why not take a wild guess and see how close you come to getting it right? It’s not a contest or anything–just a mental exercise to get your synapses firing.
We’ve also added a list of our favorite blog sites in the sidebar at the right (scroll to the bottom). In a few days we’ll be adding yet another sidebar item: favorite websites. Stay tuned for further developments. In the meantime, I just found a pair of tight little red bobby socks to go with my tight little red nightie. My, don’t I look sexy! Good thing it’s not Christmas. Santa Clause would have an apoplexy.