If you think I’m writing an opening paragraph as well as an entry, you’ve another think coming. Move along folks, scroll down to the picture; there’s nothing to see here unless you have no idea what I’m talking about.
Nicky and Mike over at We Work For Cheese are running a 28 day writing challenge. This is day three.
See? Told you. Nada.
This blog entry has been removed, revised and included in the romping sci-fi epic TESTAMENT: FUNNY BADGERS by Indigo Roth, Red Angel Publishing, 2013.
Its reference in the book is MAX 1:1-20
Paperback and Kindle:
Amazon USA, Amazon UK, Amazon Canada, Amazon FR, Amazon DE, Amazon ES, Amazon IT, Amazon JP, Amazon India
Amazon Brazil, Amazon Mexico, Amazon Australia
This blog entry is protected by copyright © Indigo Roth, 2009-2014
You know, not that Max isn't a helluva guy, but I think it may be time to expand your circle of friends, Indigo. Just sayin'.ReplyDelete
Nicky, those are wise words. But hey, I trust the lad. And please, pass the bandages, won't you? Thanks. RothDelete
Remind me never to let Max talk me into helping him with one of this experiments. Ever.ReplyDelete
A great, and very original, take on today's theme, Indigo. :)
Hey Ziva! I know, but they're usually so cool; I volunteered for this one. Life is full of surprises. And thank you, Z! =) IndigoDelete
"There was screaming." That says it all... no way am I getting in that chair of Max's.ReplyDelete
Hey Paula! Yes, it's the same with me driving a car; just ask Max. Tho he exaggerates. Roth xDelete
I had to check my hair too; that was a wild ride!ReplyDelete
Hey Jenn! Thanks! Quickest blog entry ever! Indigo =)Delete
Holy crap. I enjoyed both rides but they were far more relaxing in my mind.ReplyDelete
Hey Cheryl! You're made of sterner stuff than me, ma'am! But I'm very pleased you enjoyed. IndigoDelete
You know I think I had a dream like this once.ReplyDelete
You did, Dufus, and posted it before mine too.Delete
I might be in the minority, but I think Max rules. :)ReplyDelete
Hey P.J.! You're right, he rules in several central African states, most of which he invaded by submarine. I tell ya, this man has MOVES. IndigoDelete
What's screaming "authentically?" Is that different from scream inauthentically?ReplyDelete
Just ribbin' you, Indigo.
Clever bit of writing, especially given the grind of this thing.
Hey Mike! I would never use the work "grind" to describe this. *looks about shiftily, whispers* Well, not unless I was sure Nicky couldn't hear me. Thanks for the kind words matey. IndigoDelete
Does Max provide the little airsick bags?ReplyDelete
Hey LaughingMom! (Is there a real name attached to that monicker? I've never spotted it). He does indeed, and can even provide vomit in them for a small extra charge. IndigoDelete
I've been interested in that whole Tunguska event thingy since I was about 12, so based on that alone, Max rules.ReplyDelete
Hey Mariann! I tell you, we had some excellent adventures long before Bill and Ted took an interest in such things. And when his name wasn't Max, it was iDifficult (don't ask). Indigo =)Delete
What an amazing description... "My tummy yawns with the effects of physics." That is exactly how I felt going down a particular water slide in Williamsburg.... that drop.... the yawn... amazing description.ReplyDelete
Hey Katherine! Thank you, I'm always surprised by the unplanned nonsense I type; I'm glad it hit the spot! IndigoDelete
"I cough, my mouth dry,and imagine my hair wild." That describes me every morning. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the ride.
Hey Malisa! Heh, my pleasure ma'am. I'm currently sporting a pre-shower haystack on my head, but will wash/beat it into submission ASAP. IndigoDelete
Excellent description. I was right there. Well almost - I didn't scream, but I probably would have had I been there. It sounds like a wild ride.ReplyDelete
Hey Linda! Too kind, ma'am, too kind. In fact, that's about the best compliment you can ever pay a writer. Of course, all my stories are true, I just write 'em down. The hard bit's been done before I ever start MS-Word. Thanks again, IndigoDelete
So much is being said here without your having to say it. I'm really beginning to appreciate the imagination you put into your blog entries. Reading this stuff is making me feel mundane and grounded. I mean that in a good way, somehow.ReplyDelete
Hey KZ, good to see you here, Sir. And thanks, that's a helluva nice thing to say. I was similarly inspired by your own entry, and damn well said so. If you see it, say it, right? See you again, IndigoDelete
Hahaha! You certainly can spin a fine tale Indigo, of that I am sure.ReplyDelete
Plus the screaming? Made me laugh.
Hey Kato! It's true, I scream like a cheerleader! Shame about the legs, tho; I coulda been a contender, Charlene! Heh. Roth xDelete