Friday, November 12, 2010

It's That Kind of a Family

This evening, one of my kids said "and whatever you do, don't make eye contact with the blender."

It's that kind of a family.


  1. Apparently your familiy is what our family calls potty as in slightly and most delightfully mad. An necessary quality for all creative types.

    Did you check out ch 1 of Lethal Inheritance on my blog yet?


    ;) 'You don't have to be crazy to work here: but it helps.'

    And, let's see: Nope. But that's my next stop, now.


    I see that you've adopted Bram Stoker's and C. S. Lewis' technique of placing stories with fantasy elements squarely in the present day.

    Lewis pointed out (intro, That Hideous Strength) that the world of petty kingdoms, cruel stepmothers, and lurking forests was quite ordinary and familiar to folks - when today's 'fairy tales' were first told.


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