First, be lazy.
That’s not hard for me. Never has been.
Unfortunately, I haven’t been allowed to be lazy lately. In fact, I’ve been very, very, very, very busy. (And I don’t think there were enough “verys” there.)
And by busy, I mean I’ve been busy writing. I’m working on a terrific project and am really putting the nose to the grindstone because a) my deadline is not that far off; and b) I want this to be the best thing I’ve ever written. So far I think it is.
So you’ll have to forgive me. I’ve kicked around the idea of quitting the blog business altogether, but since the day job will be gone soon, I’ll have more time to devote to blogging. Not that this will necessarily make a difference in the quality of my posts — there are only a few blog ideas and it seems that every blog in the universe has recycled most of them again and again — but at least I’ll have time to actually POST.
Which, again unfortunately, I don’t have time to do today.
So what does this mean to you, the Murderati diehard reader?
How the hell would I know? I’m not you. (Did I mention I’m tired and cranky, too?)
But instead of completely abandoning you, I thought I’d leave you with a couple of videos I did for Murderati back when I was still semi-sane. Or, at least, pretended to be.
I’ll have a question or two after the jump.
So, question: What song do you sing badly and where do you sing it?
Old chestnut question: What’s your favorite book opening?
Okay. Sorry. That’s it for me. But the author of the answer I like best will win a book of mine of your choice: Hardcover Kiss Her Goodbye (upcoming news on that front) or paperback Whisper in the Dark or Kill Her Again, or… a pre-publication copy of my newest thriller (coming in June), Down Among the Dead Men.
Thanks for playing.