In which I reflect on my morning’s activities and decide strategy is not my strong suit. Plus, sharks in tornados.
#1: If you’re going to watch Sharknado with your twitter friends while live-tweeting, don’t do it during your usual blog-writing time.
#2: If you’ve just watched Sharknado and have to blog, don’t promise yourself you’re not going to blog about sharks. Because you are going to blog about sharks, even if you’ve done it before.
#3: If you’re sleepy when you’re blogging, don’t trust your spellchecker when it tells you that “haev” is a perfectly acceptable word.
#4: Don’t trust your spellchecker at all. It thinks “Sharknado” is a real word. (It’s not a real, word, is it? I can feel my conception of the world turning upside down.)
#5: In the case of the end of the world, always carry a weapon appropriate to your specific apocalypse. In the case of shark-bearing tornados, appropriate weapons include bombs and chainsaws.
#6: Just because the only two things you have to do on Saturday morning are watch Sharknado and blog, don’t assume you’ll also have time to edit a scene from your WIP.
#7: Don’t break your streak of two blog posts a week every week for 35 weeks just because all you can think about is sharks flying out of tornados and eating people.
#8: Blame Anna Kaling (@AnnaKaling) for everything because it’s probably her fault. At least, Sharknado was her idea.
#9: Don’t be the “new husband” unless you want to get eaten by a shark. Do be the new girlfriend because you’ll get to sit in the front seat of the car. You’ll also get eaten by a shark, but you won’t die because chainsaws!
#10: Go out and watch Sharknado. After all my subtle references, you know you want to.
What is it with me and horror recently?
This was a short post, but don’t panic. I have a guest post coming out before Wednesday that I think you’re going to enjoy.
In the meantime, have you seen my post “Why you should write book reviews“?
Take care out there, people, and watch out for flying sharks.
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