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Look! I’m Blogging!

And what better way to launch my blog than with some healthy kvetching?  My new site launched last week, but I was on vacation and haven’t had a chance to post a blog entry.  Today I received this email:

Well… when I go to your website (excited, because I just acquired The Whiskey Rebels and The Ethical Assassin, having been Liss-free since the last Weaver book) and click on “Blog”, I hope to find the fascinating insights of my favorite Jewish historical fiction author.  Instead I see a message exhorting me to buy your books, which I’ve already done (and The Devil’s Company is pre-ordered).  And no message stating a “launch date” for your blog.  My recommendation is to fix that.

My dear anonymous and loyal friend, I have fixed it!  I have taken your recommendation!  I am blogging!  Now I know I am someone because instead of keeping my opinions to myself, I am expressing them to the entire universe.

More to come, as soon as the people who built my new web site tell me how to use it….   It will be soon, so stay tuned. 

In the meantime, here is a picture of Godzilla fighting Mothra.

G vs M

5 Responses to “Look! I’m Blogging!”

  1. Deena says:

    Congratulations on the launch of the new site!

  2. David,

    Thanks for the picture of Mothra–she’s always under rated in the giant-beast-gone-bad genre. Also, thanks for the new Benjamin Weaver. So many of us need our Weaver fix.

  3. Andy says:

    A fine first post, I must say. By the way, what is that building supposed to be underneath Mothra? Is it a greenhouse? And what’s the giant white ball in the middle of it? I’m guessing that moments after this picture is taken, the greenhouse (or whatever) shatters into a thousand pieces, and the giant white ball gets thrown by Godzilla at Mothra.

  4. Dorothy says:

    LOL, cute picture. Is that my old boyfriend? *grin*

  5. Patti O' says:

    Love the blog post, especially the photo. Reminds me of Saturday afternoons watching Creature Double Feature. I loved The Devil’s Company. Check out HNR for my review.

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