… you just walked in to find me here with that sad look upon my face…
Actually, no, that last bit is a lie. I am very happy, now, for I have THE INTERNET at home again.
Apologies for the extended radio silence, which was considerably longer than I hoped it would be, but was FINALLY sorted out this morning. Man, you guys, I have had SO MANY things to blog about, but with having to nab moments of Internet from work at lunch and at the end of the day, there was no opportunity to voice them. I am practically bursting at the seams.
Whilst I compose myself and work out which things to blog about first, you may wish to sample some of the other bits of me that have been going on on other parts of the Internet, which I totally meant to tell you about here, but did not have the time in my limited windows of Internet. The main thing is that I, and the other ladies from The Girls’ Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse, were interviewed by Pornokitsch! So exciting! Adele asked me to write a paragraph on ‘Why are apocalypse and post-apocalypse settings drawing so much attention from female writers and artists at the moment?’ and I, umm, wrote eight. You know me, never short of wind. So you can read the interview here (and please do! I get all forthright about stuff and things in a way I usually try to skim passed over here; I’m sort of chuffed with the results), and I also wrote a post about the interview over on my tumblr, in which I get all Virginia Woolf on its arse (by ‘its arse’ I am referring to the question, the premise of which I challenge, not Pornokitsch, which is awesome).
Oh! And I made a mini ‘So that was 2011, huh?’ post, also. I may or may not attempt a longer one here once I have my bearings again.
So, umm, yeah. Go poke those things. I’ll come back with some reviews later.