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Thursday, April 19, 2007

You May Be Weary

of hearing about my new job, but I need to say this:

It's completely intriguing, and though I find the whole thing very very difficult and intimidating, it's just plain fascinating!!

Our good friend Ticharu would approve. I'm going to be publicizing lots of spiritual books and books on alternative healing. It's a tough market, but lucky for me, we have a lot of Pagans on our side. In case you didn't know this, Pagans are really nice people! Woman-friendly, too. I sure do like that aspect of it.

Anyhoo, I better get to bed. Lots of publicizing to do in the morning!!

xo, y'all!


Blogger matty said...

It's all very exciting and cool! Pagans are cool!

Now, who gave you permission to use my hands for this picture! If it is just for your blog, I'm cool with it. But, if this is for an upcoming book cover --- I want some $$$!

This isn't like that last time you had the Castro display those body pix of me with some other guy's head on them.

No more shall I be photo-opt'd out! No!

You know, I've always thought it would be cool to draw down the moon. ...or, is that bad? No, I think that is a good thing!

6:30 AM

Blogger josh williams said...

Say, I know you must be aware of my sucess with the Roscoe Diarys or by the first title Travels with Roscoe ...Roscoe has a lear jet just from the $3.00 version, with the $4.00 edition he plans to buy fuel...Let me know if you need advice, I am real good a book sellin' in fact you might want to offer TWR as an alternative to Pagan books, I am not sure if he is Pagan I never really asked. Wow how cool if Roscoe was a Pagan and he could ...Ahh I'm just dreaming again...Back to a old story when I first visiting Roscoes and family, they had a budda statue and told me if I rubbed its belly it would be good luck...I rubbed the little dolls belly and Roscoe and his brothers laughed and told me I was going to hell because I worshipped a Pagan God...For a third grader I did not feel to scairt, but you know that was a mean trick, I sure hope that one rub of the cheap budda did not send me to hell.

6:33 PM

Blogger ing said...


No doubt!

My next book is totally fascinating! It's by this man who became obsessed with palm reading. He talked to a gazillion palm readers, and he read every single book he could get his hands on about reading palms -- he traveled around to university libraries all over the place. But something was missing.

And then one day he read some medical book about fingerprints, and he came up with this idea that fingerprints are sort of a map of who we were destined to be. So he has this whole way of reading peoples' fingerprints and telling them their life's purpose (and once we know our purpose, he says, we'll be fulfilled. . .).

Anyway, it's super interesting! And I get to meet him in a few weeks. He's going to read my prints! Wow!!

Now, you have lovely, lovely hands, but you have yet to demonstrate that they emanate the spectrum of healing light.

Go ahead, draw down the moon! Stevie Nicks would approve, and I think that would be a good thing.



All right, I need to get my ass over to your place and investigate. It sounds like there are big doin's over at the Mule, and I'm missing all the latest. As an associate publicist, I can't allow that to happen! I'll look into it and file my report!

12:12 AM

Blogger josh williams said...

The pagan god I am going to hell in third grade is a true story. When you read Travels with Roscoe you will recognize much of what I ramble on about.What is true is most of it is based on fact. I ramble on about myself and my various intense projects. I do read your blog and wish you the best. Your job will be cake once you get hte hang of it, soon you will be bored and ready for a promotion...

8:25 PM

Blogger matty said...

I just applied the healing light to my cottage cheese. ...and, there I was - just me in my elegantly chic white robe, thin and hot --- trying to bring life to my sad spoon of cottage cheese - and, as if by Her Magik --- my cottage cheese turned into a giant M&M cookie and big glass of Diet Coke! My robe vanished and was replaced by a Led Zep tour T-shirt --- and all is healed and well. I am not super thin, but not fat. Just phat.

Yes, I've drawn down the moon.

And, now I toss a shawl over my tiffany lamp! ...oh, yes, rooms on fire! ...edge of 17, uh, 40.

10:21 PM

Blogger Ticharu said...

You're right! I do aprove!! :)

6:42 AM

Blogger matty said...

Oh, Ing. I held up my gloriously magikal hands and it was revealed that your blog chakra has gone all rusty color'd. ...I'm alerting The New Age immediately!

...wear 6 crystals and blog in the morning. LOL!

I'm so funny, I amaze even myself!

5:28 PM

Blogger ing said...

O Josh:

I'm still deep in the quagmire of not quite getting things & feeling overwhelmed. . .

But I'm going to agree with you right now. I'm sorry I haven't visited lately. I've been SOOOOOO freaking busy!



40?!? I never would have guessed it. It must be your robe. Or the fact that you don't drink.



I knew you would!



I don't think I can blog until the weekend. Tonight I have an hour to read (350 pages to go!), and tomorrow night I MUST do my laundry. No time for anything extra. Work and only work. Sigh.

8:34 PM

Blogger ginab said...

in times of trouble


...can't go on

hmm-hmm and the bridge hmm-hmm, troubled hmm-hmm, so ... I LAAAAAYYYYY MEEEEEEEEE DOOOOOOOWWWN.


7:52 AM

Blogger ing said...

Shoooooooopy doop-mmm ba-bow! Waaaaaah ha.

So I hmmm hmmmmm love lost, yeah, dooooo dooooooooo la la lane. . .

Scoooooooooooooo bedobedooooooooo. . .

9:21 PM


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