Thursday, October 12, 2006

Tonight

...I'm in a hotel room in Saskatoon, going over a manuscript.


Look at all that paper.

8 comments:

Ken Kowal said...

that table looks sort
of familiar, by
any chance
are you in room 411?

rhett said...

*twilight zone music*

*creepy*

You should make a paper mache mask.

berlynn said...

No, no, Rhett, she should make a hyperlink to Bookninja from that photo!

It's true, I've been spending too much time on the 'puter...

GM said...

That ms looks awfully Elizabethan from this angle............

Long live Bookninja!!

Paula Jane said...

Ah, an artfully arranged tableau. I'm sure it only looks like you're working hard. *g*

Ariel Gordon said...

I prefer an artfully arranged table, myself...with cake onnit instead of manuscripts.

(I had chocolate book launch cake tonight, actually...)

Ken Kowal said...

i smell a sonnet

Brenda Schmidt said...

Actually that's the table in 410, Ken. But the creepy thing about it all is I first saw your comment on my blog in the morning while we were waiting to hear which room we were being moved to. We wanted a river view. Anyhow, you should've heard me hoot when we were told we'd be moving across the hall to 411. Yes, 411. What are the odds! Too weird.

Rhett, good idea. A paper mache mask it will be.

I thought about that Berlynn. Hey, maybe Bookninja will pay me for advertising. :)

G, I wouldn't say awfully Elizabethan...

Yes, Paula Jane, artfully arranged tables require hard work and a few Coffee Crisps.

Ariel, the cake was pushed aside... (Nice pic of the launch on your blog!)

Ken, I can assure you that the sonnet doesn't stink. Not one bit. But then it's not my sonnet.

The photoshop users among you probably noticed the terrible job I did of making the page in the top left appear to be blank. I used the clone tool to remove the words, but somehow ended up making the page look like it's spent time being trod on in an alley.