Sunday, April 10, 2011

Woodpeckers, Mullets, and Woodpeckers with Mullets

I forgot to post last week's vlog on here, because apparently revising sequels hurts my brain. This week I discuss my to-be read list (or rather 1% of it), along with mullets, woodpeckers, and my weird dystopian dreams.

Featured books: WHERE THINGS COME BACK by John Corey Whaley, A TOUCH MORTAL by Leah Clifford, ANGELFIRE by Courtney Allison Moulton, CRYER'S CROSS by Lisa McMann, HUSH, HUSH by Becca Fitzpatrick, and THE LIAR SOCIETY by Lisa & Laura Roecker.

After this vlog, I can no longer be surprised if someone finds this website by searching "sexy woodpecker with a mullet." It will happen.


  1. I'm very tempted to go type in "sexy woodpecker with a mullet" and see what happens.

    That is one awesome TBR pile. I've only read a few of them, but Angelfire totally wins out of the ones I've read because Ellie is a bad ass.

  2. I did it! And your blog is the first thing that comes up!

  3. Now all I can think about is my old archeology professor who called everything sexy - including his desk and my knees...that was a weird year

  4. I was just thinking it's been way too long since you last vlogged. Well done on this, and thanks for bringing awareness to the phenomenon of woodpeckers with mullets.

  5. Last night, I gave birth to a cat... in my dream of course, otherwise It would be weird.

  6. Contact lenses dystopian book? I'd totally read it. Plus, robots kick major butt.

    Hush Hush, A Touch Mortal & Angelfire are frexing awesome.

    And that's one sexy desk.

  7. "I was born with the birth defect of being weird." There is now an explanation for my own existence. I need to cross stitch this on a little placard and place it on my desk at work.

  8. A future with contraceptive contact lenses. Wow. Sounds like one heck of a terrifying future. Maybe their contraceptive powers alone are having a vision of what the person would look like in the morning.

    And as far as sexy goes - that's the sexiest use of the F-bomb. Ever.

    I'd read Hush Hush for the cover alone. (I haven't read it either. Yet.)