Captain Booyah

And so, the Beauty and the Beast episodes of Epicly Later’d come to an end, the SAIC school year comes to a start. I’ve completely forgotten how to ride a skateboard but remembered how to ride my bike. Call it a draw.

But! Happy to share my participation in two very different but coincidentally great goings on. First is the Texas Book Festival, where my little name finds itself (quiet and big-eyed) among an outrageous list of known important impressive names. It’s going to be an Austin Halloween, which means Odie and Maggie and Lefty and June, greatest hosts alive. Plus Lone Stars and river walks and Merle Haggard and saying hello to Amelia Gray and food great food and pillow drool and morning Tylenol and hopefully nothing too terribly foolish.

Second news is Featherproof Book’s Triple Quick iPhone app, which everyone alive seems to be talking about (both in the real world and on the internet), will feature my 333 word story, “Rivalry”, when it debuts this fall. I’ve been happy to call Jonathan and Zach buddies ever since they published “So Little Impression” back in…2006? So point is, if you have an iPhone, which surely you do because you’re no fool (I’m a fool), purchase the app when it HATCHES very soon.

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