The Inconvenience of Incontinence, A Signing & Reviews!
Posted on March 2, 2013
That’s right, folks! It’s the author with the really, really, big, huge, giant blog! No…no. Blog. I said blog. Leave it to your mind to go right to the gutter. I guess it’s a good thing I didn’t tell you about my massive clock. Remind me not to leave you alone for so long next time. Are you ready for another exciting, action packed update from yours truly? Let’s get on with it then!
So, anybody who’s read the MySpace blogs has been brought up to speed on how annoying the phrase “Have a good one!” is. If not, you have some reading to do. Take it from me, using it at a funeral isn’t something I recommend.
And speaking of readings…or signings…or recommendations…I’ve arranged my first signing of 2009 at no other than Borders Books in Chicago (the corner of Broadway and Clark) on Saturday, May 30th 2009 from 2pm-5pm. It’s going to be fun! It’s going to be exciting! You might just excited to have some with me! Please attend and bring 100 of your closest friends and relatives!!! No, really. Bigger is always better in this case.
There have also been a couple of new MyShelf book reviews posted.
What else has been going on? So glad you asked. Work continues on the new book and while I was tempted to take an extended break away from writing the third “Andy” book, my trip to Hong Kong last January provided all the necessary plot points I’ll need. If I’m feeling particularly ambitious, I might just try to squeeze it in next year along with the current project. In the meantime, I just did an interview with the Windy City Times that I’ll send a link out for when it’s published.
And on a lighter note, I feel compelled to share something with you. A friend of my partner recently wrote him an e-mail (the same guy who referred to the Shroud of Turin as the “Shout” of Turin) in typical typo fashion and what he meant to say is “if it’s not too inconvenient for you”. What actually came out is “if it’s not too incontinent for you”. I laughed until it hurt, especially since the guy works for an advertising agency.
How is it these people get paid more money than I do?
So, more to come in the next month. Oh, and long live Blu-Ray! The discs are so pretty!
Kristoffer Gair (who formerly wrote under the pseudonym Kage Alan) is the Detroit-based author of Honor Unbound, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To My Sexual Orientation, Andy Stevenson Vs. The Lord Of The Loins, Gaylias: Operation Thunderspell, several short stories featured in anthologies (to be combined in a forthcoming book), the recently re-published novella Falling Awake, its sequel, Falling Awake II: Revenant and Falling Awake III: Requiem.
4 Responses to “Classic Blog Post: The Inconvenience of Incontinence, A Signing & Reviews!”
March 2, 2013 at 7:02 pm
Hi Kris, I enjoyed reading your older blog which gives me a full scope of your writing history and life. Sort of like I’ve read the end of the book, well of course not really but I look forward to reading more blogs.
March 2, 2013 at 10:03 pm
I’ve honestly been amazed to read these older posts again. It’s the closest I come to a diary and there’s so much I’ve forgotten. The journey has been anything but dull.
March 2, 2013 at 9:48 pm
And one of the attendees at your 2009 signing (good Lord, was it that long ago?) was your humble servant, me. And the rest, as they say, is history. (The Borders where the signing took place is being converted into a Walgreens. Sic transit gloria mundi.
March 2, 2013 at 10:05 pm
A Walgreens? That’s sacrilege. Serious sacrilege. I have no idea where I’ll be able to do another signing in Chicago one day. And I do miss visiting you and Gary. I wish we traveled there more often, especially after not knowing you were both there with the hubs living in the area for several years.