May 20, 2010 06:22:22
Posted By Michelle Birbeck
First of all, the deadline for donations for the eBook Benefit is on the 31st of May, which is only ten days away. There is still time to get in your donations and send in your recipts for your chance to get the amazing thank you gift that has been put together. There are twenty five authors who have graciously given their time and work to putting together this eBook as well as many more wonderful people who have been working around the clock to edit the stories and process all of the e-mails with donation recipts in them.
On another note, there is a new podcast in town. Its name is Random Shenanigans, and the purpose is simply to have a little fun with whatever comes to mind. The first episode is up, and you can find it here
Here is a little info about the episode:
Episode One: Nose Picking Shenanigans
Featured in today’s episode.
Cait and her addiction to frozen apple pies. Apparently it is a childhood thing that she has never grown out of. Somehow this led to an early career as an interior designer. Or was it the other way around?
Alice’s trip into a lamppost. It explains her weird tendencies, all the blows to the head. Might also explain why she had to check to make sure she didn’t have a penis when that viagra add came though.
Emerald’s experience with explosive dog poop. Well, being a dog groomer, I suppose someone has to do the job. Of course, her being the little known superhero Jellyfish Girl, you’d think she would have a way of combating the explosive bowel movements of her animals.
Chelle’s OCD over pen lids. It passes hours of the day, making sure all the lids are aligned. Also stops the memories of Cait wanting to fuck her blood.
In other news, Cait has decided that she would like a penis for the day, just to see what it is like, whilst Chelle already has one. It goes by the name of Phill, her husband. Alice, however, is sure she doesn’t have one and doesn’t want to have to check again.
The charity segment.
Brought to you by Chelle, it was a little segment about a wonderful charity she is doing some work with. The aim is to help raise money for those affected by violent and hate crimes. Simply donate to any of the charities on the website, send your receipt into the e-mail address, and receive an eBook as a thank you for donating. Any and all donations are welcome, and the eBook contains stories from 25 authors. Links can be found below for the website and the twitter page.