mini-hiatus and also a bunny in a hat

Hello internet! How is it August already? I am travelling, going on a mini-hiatus this first week of the month for a multitude of reasons including trying to write for a change. Also I have a new friend, pictured above with rainbow.

Thank you to everyone who tuned into the chat on goodreads on Monday to listen to me babble and talk with my hands! We had a few technical difficulties but I believe everything recorded fine and the video will eventually be archived over on my goodreads author page.

And I was on NPR talking about reading Stephen King at a rather young, clearly impressionable age. You can read (or listen) to it over here.

I’m also hoping I will have more time in August to write some blog posts with actual content (I still have a draft of one about books-not-written-by-me that I started in May) and time to catch up on emails, but for the moment I am off having adventures both real and imagined with a bunny in a hat and I shall be a bit scarce around the internet. Please don’t break anything while I’m gone.


5 Thoughts on “mini-hiatus and also a bunny in a hat

  1. “He’s got a mean streak a mile wide!”-Monty Python reference-couldn’t help it. I just got done reading The Night Circus. Amazing! I was totally immersed in the imagery. It felt like I was truly there. If only there were really circus like that. It also gave me flashbacks of watching the movie “7 Faces of Dr. Lao”. I hope to read a continuation of Bailey’s story some day. Thank you for this great read.

  2. I really hope thats not the bunny from Craig Ferguson’s talk show. He is a bad influence.

  3. Brilliant…beautiful…magnificant! A friend of mine loaned me “The Night Circus” on Thursday (08.02.12). I finished it last night (08.05.12). I didn’t want it to end and I couldn’t put it down–absolutely wonderful! You truly “paint” with words. I’m a visual artist and I was amazed at the imagery. I was hoping my friend would let me keep the book, but she wants it back. I will just buy my own copy…and (I think) begin reading it again.

    Thank you, thank you for a beautiful, breathtaking tale!

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