A Crying Anteater

Sorry for the quietness on this site. A little crazed this month. I’ll have a video (about a crying anteater and a bad book review) on August 11. My book officially releases on August 14. There will be more posts during the August 14 week… Also, I’ll be hiding under my desk from August 15 to 30 (though also on a little tour). And I’ll be at my therapist’s office from September 1st onward.

Don’t forget my passive-aggressive method to get other bloggers to blog about fear and failure the week of August 14th.

In the meantime, here is a classic Ira Glass video on storytelling:

If you like this one, be sure to check out the other parts.

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  1. says

    We have this exact same anteater here at our house. He is not crying though. My son won him at a teensy fair and a policeman who was volunteering to run the booth chose it for him. We took the opportunity to have the policeman lecture him about the importance of carseats, while he held the prized anteater. From then on, the anteater is always associated with things of grave safety. Hopefully, your anteater is much more celebratory because hey, you have an excellent book out, GUY!  Congrats on the novel, it is brave and wacky. The world will love it. Anteaters will dig it.

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