Because I Forget . . . Some Re-Tread

Because I forget that readers come and readers go, I also forget that not everybody will know the background behind Blue Barb.  So, please read

This post

and

This post.

Then, if you are so inclined, go to the categories box toward the bottom of my right-hand column and select Blue Barb from the drop-down menu.  There you should be able to catch up on all of her antics.

I actually wrote a Blue Barb novel for NaNoWriMo in 2007, but I haven’t looked at it since.  I think I need to pull it out and do some editing, rewriting, and finishing up.  It had my oldest two rolling on the floor laughing when they were reading it, so maybe it would actually be marketable.  If I finish it.  I don’t know.

At any rate, intellectual property rights and all that, so don’t go stealing my Blue Barb.  Or I’ll let her out to hunt you down.   Along with a team of rabid lawyers.

Not that I think any of my regular readers would do something that heinous.  But you folks who stumble across my blog looking for the lyrics to the c00ter/cooler slushing/sloshing/slashing in the bed/back of my/your truck song, and then leave obscene comments about how Ashton Shepherd’s cooler (only not cooler, if you know what I’m saying) can slush/slosh in the back of your truck any time?  Well, I don’t trust you as much.

And George, if you’re out there, Tewt the Newt can’t find the pond.

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3 thoughts on “Because I Forget . . . Some Re-Tread

  1. Ach! That looks cold.
    Thanks for the reminder on the origins of Blue Barb. I either hadn’t read it before or in my four-kids-kill-all-my-brain-cells fog, I forgot. Either way, I appreciate the refresher.

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  2. Jenn

    yeah, so much for spring. My oldest is wanting to count the days down to spring…she’s not much for extreme cold (or heat for that matter.)

    Days like this I want to turn off the phone, lock the doors, pull the curtains, and keep my family all to myself.

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  3. That’s the pond? No wonder BB’s ready for spring. As for her literary debut, I think a graphic novel would show her off best and ya know, they’re hot right now. I, along with my 15 year old daughter, would absolutely read it!

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