Blog stats tell me I’ve been getting a steady stream of new followers, and I know that Facebook and Twitter also have shown decent upticks in new friends of late. Guest blogging at Novel Spaces along with the occasional turn over at StarTrek.com also has brought some curious folk to these parts.
To those of you who’ve chosen to add me to your daily intake of internet diversions, please accept my official “Howdy!” as I welcome you to the online equivalent of my backyard fort. Please take a moment to post a comment and let me know what brings you to this dark, dreary corner of the intrawebz.
(You don’t need to be a registered WordPress user to comment, but if you’ve followed the link from Facebook or Twitter, please let me know in your comment who you are in those realms.)
It’s been a while since I’ve done this, owing in large part to the whole “Ask Dayton” feature I provide each Sunday for the G&T Show, but every so often, I post an entry like this one. In the past, I’ve usually done it when I’m in between larger writing projects, or I’m stalling for time before plunging into the next said project. Consider the reason for this installment as being triggered by the latter scenario.
Here’s how it goes, whether you’re a new arrival or you’ve been putting up with my crap for a while, now: Ask me anything, if you’re so inclined, and I’ll do my best to provide a brief yet thoughtful answer (hence the “lightning round” bit). Lacking that, you’ll receive a wise-assed retort customized just for you! Asker’s choice, so far as the topic goes, though I reserve the right not to answer anything I deem too personal or inappropriate for this particular venue. That said I’ve yet to actually have that be a problem, but I figure laying out the parameters up front is better for everybody.
(Note, this isn’t intended to be fodder for the G&T Show, though I’d be surprised if I didn’t see at least one query well-suited to that venue. )
So, ask away!