Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Zombie Apocalypse!

I had actually been saving this post title and picture for something else but this seems more fitting. Besides, the kids (not mine, somebody elses) kept me chatting in the parking lot until almost 1 am which is my bed time.

So here I am once again, nodding at my keyboard trying to be coherent.

There's a new blog in town. It's called They Won't Get Us and so far it's all about zombies. Short stories penned by my friend FlyinMonkey aka Tango J. he has a great imagination and a great sense of humor and I think you should go give his stuff a look.

There's only two stories up right now but I'm hoping for lots more. If we can keep his enthusiasm as high about his writing as it is about reading about zombies and other creepy things that go bump in the night, there should be enough material here to keep us entertained for a long time.

Go check him out and comment! I think he might get a better grade in his writing class that way too.

On to the calendar before I fall face first into the keyboard here.

Wednesday will be (er.. already is) National Tap Dance Day. Get your tap shoes on, Martha! We're going to cut a rug! It is also a bunch of exciting other things like African freedom Day, Cookie Monster's Birthday, Nerd and Geek Pride Day and Towel Day. You should always know where your towel is!


  1. Oh, I know who's gonna be following that. I'll have to check it out.

  2. Zombies?!?! I am so onboard! Thanks for the tip.

  3. Scary zombie stories???


    HECK YEAH! I'm going to get my geek on, Star Wars style!

  4. I wonder what Cookie Monster wants for a birthday present?

  5. Thanks for the kind words Rev. Hope I can keep up on paper with the thoughts in my head. Tried a different type of story today, but many zombie stories to follow and really want to continue on with The Adventures of Charlie and Barney and see what other situations they can get into! Thanks again bud and thanks for getting me started in the blogging world!

  6. Bryan- he's been telling me stories for years and I kept saying "You should publish these somewhere, man!"

    Asha- Glad I could be of service. he's the Stephen King of Raccoon City.

    Chanel- I knew that would get to you.

    Doug- I don't think it's new socks. But then, you never know.

    FlyinMonkey- I'm glad you finally came out of the closet. Those stories were too good to keep bottled up.