Thursday, October 4, 2012

Where in the World did Chad and Shelly Go?"

Sing it Rockapella!

Nobody rocks the sweet harmonies like you.

First off big apologies for the laxidaisical blogging as of late. By laxidaisical I mean, nonexistent.
We moved and don't have the internet. All of our associations with the cyberworld are being done using data on our phones. And unfortunately that is a big phatty joke.

But a MUCH more interesting answer to the title question would be:

The FEEDBACK launch party!

Robison Wells' long awaited sequel to Variant (Chad Review HERE) came out and we went out to the party. I thought I'd post a few pics.

 The discussion was in the middle of an art exhibit.
So cool!

Robison did a fantastic job.

The signing was in the next door indie book store, The Kings English.
The line was huge but worth it.
Here is J.A. Bennet and Marion Jensen.

This is me and Cathy Whitbeck.

This is Chad and I pretending to photo bomb Rob.
He's being a good sport and not looking at the camera but
if you look close you can see he's smirking.

So we got a good picture with him as well.

Thanks Rob for the party and the eclairs...
Oh, Oh, Oh,
and the cool books.

I wish I could have Rockapella sing you a song as well.

So readers, tell me your favorite blog post that you've read in the past month. I have a lot of catching up to do!


  1. Welcome back (?) to the internet. I hope you guys are back. I wrote a post a week ago about what it was like to be married to a writer but now I'm wondering what if it is different if the writer is married to a writer. Hmm...

  2. Yay for launch parties! You guys are still funny, internet or not :)

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  4. Glad to see you're back at it. I hope to see your internet words updated on a regular basis, again.

    As far as must read posts? Just a couple of days ago,Letters Of Note had a very wonderful pick-me-up for writer's block via Heinlein To Sturgeon

    Also,Sinclair Lewis' letter declining the Pulitzer Prize was interesting

    Question: How do you tell a (mildly) close friend that his first novel attempt is... bad? (And I don't mean a can-be-fixed-with-edits-bad. I mean BAD-bad.)

    [Fixed links]

  5. I so wanted to go to that but was sick. Ugh

  6. We've missed you! And I missed the fabulous party. :( I'm glad it was such a success!

    And my favorite blog post of late is Jessie Humpries' TODAY. :) :) :)

  7. ROCKAPELLA!!! Shelly, let's be friends forever! :) I wish I could have gone to Rob's party. Yet another book I'm dying to read. *sigh* I can't recommend any recent posts because I have been gone, too!


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