Word of the Week: Big in Japan — To say or pretend that you are someone of stature somewhere else, which is pretty much meaningless and not verifiable where you currently are. (i.e. “Yeah, I’m big in Japan.”)
That’s right—I’m very big in Japan. :eyelashes
And also at Romance University, where I will be guest blogging today.
This is going to be a fun one. Not only is it aimed at aspiring writers more than readers—although readers will probably find something to be amused by, as well :tongue —but the post is based on one of the “Twenty Questions” packages I offered as part of Brenda Novak’s online auction for diabetes research last year.
Yes, it’s taken this long for Romance University‘s Kelsey Browning to formulate her questions, & for me to get them answered. But the cool thing is that Kelsey then turned them—or some of them, anyway—into this fun guest blog, where I can visit RU & answer even more questions, if visitors have any.
So come on over & check it out. I’ll be giving away some books, too, so spread the word to all of your reader & writer friends—everyone’s welcome! :bees
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Becke Martin Davis says:
Yay! Does this mean I get a halo?
Having fun visiting with you at Romance University today!
On May 16, 2011 at 4:19 pm
Yes, it does! Here you go :angelme
And the RU visit has been a blast! Thanks so much for all your comments & for helping to talk up my books. It is very much appreciated…possibly even double-halo appreciated. :angelme :angelme
On May 16, 2011 at 6:52 pm
Laura J. says:
I’m late to the party, but it’s because…Yeah, I’m big in Katmandu! (being big in Japan is so last week. :lildev )
On May 16, 2011 at 9:35 pm
LOL I was going to say I’m big in Germany…me & David Hasslehoff. :ROFL
Altho, I do actually get a lot of German & Japanese foreign editions of my books, so who knows…maybe I really AM big over there. :bart
On May 16, 2011 at 11:14 pm