Fantastical Friday: Python Style

It’s been a long time since I’ve done a Fantastical Friday video. This one made me laugh like a lunatic. For your viewing pleasure, Python Style:

It just doesn’t get any more awesome than that.

Or does it?

This week I’m reading the HILARIOUS new book from N.L. Wilson (the writing team of Norah Wilson and Heather Doherty), Death by Cuddle Club. This is the third book in the Dix Dodd series and frankly, it’s the best so far. Unfortunately, it’s keeping me up nights. Can’t stop reading! lol

And yep, that’s my quote on the cover. It really is an awesome book.  If you love mysteries with a quirky sense of humor, this one’s for you.

 

In other news, while Dragon Goddess is with the beta readers prior to a final edit, I’m working on Morgan Bailey’s next adventure: Book 4 of the Sunwalker Saga, Kissed by Moonlight. I do not have a release date for it yet, but I’m hoping by this summer so keep your fingers crossed!

Have any of you seen this new show on H2 (same channel as Ancient Aliens) called America Unearthed? What do you think of it?

Scott Wolter – America Unearthed (History.com)

For those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about, America Unearthed follows forensic geologist Scott Wolter as he travels across America (and the rest of the world) exploring ancient artifacts that supposedly reveal an American history that goes far beyond what we’re taught in school. From the website: “America Unearthed proves there is a lot we don’t know about our past, and that people have gone to great lengths to cover up these mysteries.”

You guys know I love this stuff: ancient history, unexplained mysteries. So, I’m going to start up Mythos Monday again so we can chat about the “discoveries” made on the show each week. And, of course, we’ll be talking Ancient Aliens, mythological creatures, and even random recipe experiments (hey, I like food).

2013 is going to be an amazing year! I can feel it in my bones. 🙂

Wishing you a truly FANTASTICAL FRIDAY!

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