So, once again the stats for my blog reveal that I’ve been receiving a bunch of new followers, subscribers, curious onlookers, and so on. Facebook and Twitter also have had some recent upticks in new friends. A few recent blog entries have garnered a bit of attention beyond my normal casualty radius, too.
To those of you who’ve ventured here and elected to add me to your daily allowance of internet distractions, please accept my official “Aloha.” Welcome to my online man cave. Please take a moment to post a comment and let me know what brings you to this dark, damp corner of the intrawebz.
It’s been a long while since I last did this, mostly because of that whole “Ask Dayton” feature I provide most Sundays for the G&T Show. Still, every once in a while I like to throw the doors open and so I post an entry like this one. As with those earlier occasions, I do something like this when I’m between larger writing projects, or I’m stalling for time before plunging into the next said project. Or, maybe I’m procrastinating with respect to cleaning the cat’s litter box.
Nah. The “I’m about to start a new writing project” one sounds better.
So, here’s how it goes, be you new arrival or old salty veteran: 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). If I can’t conjure up such a reply, you’ll instead 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. Despite this guideline, I’ve never actually had to play that card, but I figure laying out the parameters for our discussion can’t hurt.
(Note, this isn’t an attempt to drum up “Ask Dayton” fodder for the G&T Show, though I’d be surprised if I didn’t see at least one question which sounds as though it might come from that realm.)
Anyway, who’s got a question?