Notes from An Alien

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Interview With A Crayon Box . . .


I may post links to my blog posts on Google Plus but I’ve given up trying to find meaningful relationships in the normal social networking channels.

I use the virtual world Second Life for socializing and book promotion.

One of the highlights of my week is attending the Happy Hours held by Hakeber Haber (Rebekah Webb in real life)—Tuesday and Thursday at 4 pm USA-Pacific Time.

She reads a bit of her extremely well-written horror then has her character, Car Johnson, come into the Writer’s Block Cafe and read his short stories about his life.

Car also has his own blog and the other day he interviewed a crayon box :-)

Even if you never visit Second Life, even if you never come to Book Island’s Writer’s Block Cafe, even if you never hear Car Johnson read his stories, you really should go read his interview with a crayon box
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3 responses to “Interview With A Crayon Box . . .

  1. Jennifer Oberth November 17, 2011 at 6:21 pm

    It’s true – it’s absolutely hysterical!

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  2. Alexander M Zoltai November 17, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    Jennifer,

    If you like Car in print, do get his e-book.

    Also, hearing him read his stories Live at the Writer’s Block Cafe on Book Island in Second Life is the ultimate Car-sperience :-)

    Like

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