Thursday, May 26, 2011

Next Time on Fifteen...

I have been at a loss the last few days about what to write on my blog.  The weather?  Who wants to hear about that?  Besides, I don't mind the rain so much.  I certainly have no right to mind it when all of those tornadoes are destroying towns willy nilly.  So scary.

Maybe I'm running low on brain power because I've been answering tons of blogger interviews and questionnaires for my June blog tour.  Maybe I'm panicking a little because I'm still waiting on the Get Well Soon sequel to be in my hands so I can start the big first revision.  Maybe I'm starting to get nervous about the impending release of Don't Stop Now and all of the events that are coming up to go along with it (see sidebar in my blog).  The first event is next weekend!  Not this coming weekend, but the following one.  That's next weekend, right?  Those kinds of things always trip me up.  I hope we'll have a big showing for our panel at Printers Row in Chicago.  Sunday, June 5 at 2:15.  "Worlds Beyond Imagination, with JULIE HALPERN, JAMES KLISE and DEBRA MOFFITT, moderated by Carolyn Alessio."  Jim Klise and I were both wondering what exactly that panel title means and how the two of us fit into it.  I hope someone tells me before the event.  Maybe they want me to tell the audience about my dreams.  We all know how interesting that can be.  Or not.

Can I just say I have no interest in the Green Lantern movie?  That has nothing to do with anything, but I just saw an ad for it.  I don't really find Ryan Reynolds charming.  I think it's because he didn't marry Alanis Morrisette, who I really don't have much of a connection to but find interesting, and then he married Scarlett Johansson, who I do not find interesting.  But it's also because I still remember him from that godawful Canadian tween soap, Fifteen.

See?  I really am at a loss here.  Anyone have anything they want me to blog about?

3 comments:

Stephanie said...

best video ever. The hair! The music! The stellar acting! The undeniable feel of a Very Special Episode! Did I mention the hair? It's like seeing George Clooney on The Facts of Life. My view of Ryan Reynolds is forever changed.

carey farrell said...

i was so in love with ryan reynolds as billy on fifteen! i had a recurring fantasy that i would be plucked from obscurity and given a role on the show as billy's new girlfriend, and then ryan would become my boyfriend in real life, too. i was 13, give me a break. :P

Julie H said...

I love that people were into him. Are they still? Stephanie, hilarious about Clooney! I totally watched one of those episodes recently. Yikes.