Because what is a blog for, if not to plug your friends?
This is a reading blog, and my friend Sonja Foust is an author. She’ll be published on Friday, the same day as the new Ninja Turtles movie comes out. I think she should be flattered to share the spotlight with some of the greatest characters known to comics, TV, movies, and merchandising.
Sonja is first and foremost a romance writer, and her short story “Love in Shadow” is being published by The Wild Rose Press. I can even recommend it whole-heartedly here, as it was rated PG by ECataromance (sadly no actual cats). It also got 5 STARS. Her dog Sydney, who I’m pretty sure is not a double agent, did not enjoy it as much.
Still, my friend is a published author! I am totally cool by proximity, because we went to high school and college together and we live in the same city. And she’s coming to my show Saturday.
Someday, I will have an achievement that is my own.
This is the website of Kimberly Hirsh. The subtitle of this site comes from the description of woodland goth on the Aesthetics wiki.
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