Friday, May 13, 2011

Where Are My Posts!


Blogger appears to have deleted all of my posts from yesterday. I'll see if they're somehow magically recovered. If not, I'll post them again later today. (And figure out some way to get my revenge.)

In the meantime, CHECK OUT MY INTERVIEW at the fabulous Writer, Writer Pants on Fire Blog! There's a shout-out to all my wonderful blog readers, of course. (Thanks for the interview, Mindy!)

9 comments:

Mindy McGinnis said...

Thanks for agreeing to it, Kirsten! I know, I bemoan the loss of my post from yesterday on WriterWriter as well... sigh. I was about my bikini! Geez! Doesn't the world NEED to know!!?! :)

Thanks again!

JC said...

I loved this interview. You have to show one of these short stories for us.
^^

Chloe said...

Aw that sucks that it deleted your posts!
This is totally random but my English teacher googled pictures of the Cottington Fairies today and one of the sites was called "The Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency." Wierd, but funny right?

Elizabeth said...

I noticed that it said you were not available when I tried to comment on the blog posts yesterday. So wow, that's really annoying. :P
And cool interview! xD

Toodles*** said...

I can see the posts- they're the uber awesome tea (coffee) set and the news from the animal kingdom, right? Yesterday when I checked the blog, i could see them but I couldn't open the comments page. But I could see the number of comments, and there are less now, but at least the posts are back.

And nice interview!!!

Anonymous said...

Dear Chloe:

Why was your English teacher googling the Cottington Fairies?

Blogger ate my post about the Lake Hodges Monster :(

Robert in San Diego

Chloe said...

Dear Anonymous:
I'm taking British Literature this year and we were tlaking about Shelley. Then we got a little off topic talking about Washington Irving. Then we somehow started talking about the Cottington Fairies.

Anonymous said...

Dear Chloe:

Thanks for explaining -- I've got to admit it's a stretch to get from Shelley to a prank/hoax that took in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Correction: It's apparently the Cottingley Fairies. Someone did a parody called Lady Cottington's Pressed Fairy Book or something similar, though.

Robert in San Diego

Rachel said...

Cool interview!!! I can't wait for Darkness Dwellers!!!!!!