Six months have passed since I started this blog, and I know that my
So, do you enjoy writing Body of Work?
- Indeed I do! I love the discipline, the creativity and how writing enables me to avoid my real responsibilities, like vacuuming up cat hair, burning dinner and ruining my children's lives.
- I'm so glad you asked. My blog has created a veritable media whirlwind to rival that currently being forged by Charlie Sheen. In fact, I've been invited to appear on a number of talk shows: Dick Cavett, Mike Douglas, David Frost and Phil Donahue, to name a few. I'm also in negotiations with the George Burns and Gracie Allen show.
- My readers are simply the best! I feel like we know each other, not only as friends chatting over a cup of coffee together, but on a more visceral level. Together we laugh, we cry and we snort milk out our noses. It's like having a support group -without the Sanka, powdered milk and cheap name tags they serve up at AA.
- I rely on feedback from my readers and am always soliciting new ideas (though I nixed the suggestion from a reader in Vatican City who suggested I post photos of myself in a French maid's costume). Some of the ideas I am considering include Reader of the Week (contestants to be chosen from those who click the "Donate Now" button), Sarah Says! where we dissect Palinisms for hidden kernels of lucidness and Sudoku for Idiots, which uses only two numbers: II and IV.
What about your competition?
- You mean websites like Google and Facebook? I don't really consider them to be my competitors. Sure, one out of 12 people on the planet has a Facebook account, but Body of Work has Fahrvergnugen.
- Goodnight, Gracie!