Excuse me while I squee with excitement. Phone Kitten got a new cover and a certain author is OVER THE MOON! I lurves it, so you get to suffer though an entry all about it
I am thrilled! However, I know must live with the shame that you all know that I check my Amazon page more than I should. Which has led to another discovery. You can see what people have highlighted in their kindle.
“If there was one thing I could never get used to, it was the taste of diet soda. There were certain things I was willing to sacrifice for the diet: candies, cakes, and Kentucky Fried Chicken, but there was no way I was giving up fully loaded Coca-Cola.”
Guess what? this girl not only has given up Coca Cola, I don’t drink diet coke either. Occasionally I have a splash of Fresca or Diet Sprite with a glass of Sangria, that’s it. Considering my bottle of Sangria has been in the fridge for a year – that;snot often. In comparison I have gone through about 72 gallons of milk.
“Sometimes I had difficulty remembering that “all you can eat” is not a personal challenge.”
Something Emily and I have in common. However I have avoided the all you can eat chinese places and there are 7 in the area, On the same stretch of road, all close together. I know the number because when my Mom and I go to Walmart I always say “What is the deal with all the Chinese Buffets?” and “Oh look, there’s Pizza Hut and Little Caesar’s” I haven’t had pizza in over a year too, and I crave it constantly.
“your life like you’re a corporation. Work hard, do the right thing, make a little time for play, and protect yourself.”
Who the heck wrote that? That is so not me! I am all about damning the man and bringing corporate America to it’s knees. Okay, not really, but I talk a good game. I don’t even remember writing that. Worse yet I couldn’t remember who said it, I know it wasn’t Emily, I had to look it up. I have forgotten key parts of my book!
I went through PK today and wrote down characters and key moments etc … because like I said, you got to protect yourself, Walmart wouldn’t make a mistake like that.