Fantastic new review from my wonderful WordPress friend and self-publishing inspiration Tania L Ramos. (I love saying her name!!! Tania L Rrrrramos!) Anyway, check it out, should you dare:
Imminent Danger and How to Fly Straight Into It, by Michelle Proulx.
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She didn’t like it. She LOVED it!
Congrats, Michelle. Smile big.
Oh, smiling big, no worries 🙂 I should probably stop spamming my blog with these reviews, but they make me so gosh-darned happy!
It’s not spam. We want to hear how it’s going. You’ve done well, and it’s no fault to grin big.
That was an excellent post today. Thanks so much for sharing it. I
really enjoyed reading it very much. I’ll be sure to pass it along to others.
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That was a wonderful review, Michelle! I’m so excited for you!! 🙂
Thanks! I’m just dreading the inevitable first 1 star review. I know it’s coming, I just don’t know from who, or from where … DUM DUM DUMMMMM!
Congrats to you!
That said, I take issue with this graph; the data suggest that you can’t click a pen and daydream at the same time. Not so!
Ah, but you don’t want to daydream and click your pen at the same time. You see, if you’re focused on clicking your pen, you can click it at just the right frequency to prevent the teacher from noticing and getting annoyed. Whereas if you click your pen and start to daydream, the clicking frequency will increase as you think about something exciting, which will draw attention to you, and might get you kicked out of class, or get your pen discarded.
I see no problem with this consequence. It is so much easier to daydream without someone yammering away, yes?
To illustrate multi-tasking would require a Venn diagram to demonstrate simultaneous and overlapping actions. A pie chart can only deal with single actions at any time.
Hmm…pie. :p *licks lips*
I would prefer an ice cream chart, but yes, I am a bit peckish, too.
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Much fun was had 🙂 Thanks for the nomination!!!
Awesome!! And I love your title, by the way. So, so fun! 🙂
Hahaha thanks 😀 It pretty much captures the feel of the book — pretending to be serious, but mostly just being ridiculous.
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