Friday, October 17, 2008

Friday Chatter

The Frankfurt Book Fair is winding down, and I'm looking forward to hearing stories when my compadres return (I took a break from attending this year because of family commitments). It sounds like the fair has been relatively quiet as compared to past years, which I can't help but think is a result of the current economic woes.

I'm hoping to have manuscript notes to the two trivia contest winners by Monday.

Jofie Ferrari-Adler conducted another kick ass interview for Poets & Writers, this time with Algonquin editor Chuck Adams.

Lorraine Bodger had a great time on The Faith Middleton Show yesterday. You should be able to access her interview on their website in about a week.

I really like the show Life on Mars, but it's hard not to ignore the big gaps in the world-building. I'm hoping they get this fixed soon.

I never want to hear about Joe the Plumber again.

5 comments:

Deaf Brown Trash Punk said...

hahaha!! Joe the Plumber was a hoax, I saw it on the news yesterday. He was a plant for the GOP, go figure.

Frankfurt was awesome! I went there on September for work and I saw lots of hot German guys.

Um, I'm obsessed with "How I met Your Mother," it's funny and witty and clever.

ryan-field said...

But ole'Joe is going to be on the new Mike Huckabee show on Fox this Saturday as a guest. You can't miss something as important as that :) I've heard there's going to be singing and dancing, too.

Sara Merrick said...

No kidding! Fast forward us to November 4th and put us out of our misery.

Chumplet - Sandra Cormier said...

See? The Seventies ARE coming back. I KNEW it!

kathie said...

I agree with you about "he who shall not be named anymore." Overkill is too kind.