Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Squawk!

(Admit it all you Words with Friends players: you want to play squawk almost every game. Like down at the bottom where you can play it across a TW and a TL or two. Am I right?)

But enough about that-- I'm guest posting today over at the Crowe's Nest! I'm talking about my theory on muses and how they're... you know... claustrophobic. With illustrations! Because, really, you can't talk about claustrophobic muses without drawing little pictures to explain yourself, right?

The link: Crowe's Nest

So Ca-caw! Ca-caw! (That's code for go check it out.)

23 comments:

Jessie Humphries said...

Crowes Nest???? That is so effin awesome Peggy. What you and mega-agent Sara Crowe are besties now, or what? LUCKY! (Said with a Napolean Dynamite accent)

Angela Cothran said...

I'm off to check it out. Illustrations?! How cool is that?

Leigh Covington said...

On my way!

Faith E. Hough said...

sounds great! I'm off to go see!

Faith E. Hough said...

sounds great! I'm off to go see!

prerna pickett said...

awesome!

J. A. Bennett said...

I haven't ever used that word! I'm totally going to now :)

Kristine said...

I loved it! Ditto what Jessie said on Sarah's blog - you should illustrate children's books! Although, I do have one in my possesion! I have a very lucky daughter with an awesome auntie.

Angela Brown said...

Making my way over. Caw!!!

Roland D. Yeomans said...

Heading there now, Roland

Iain said...

That's just showing off - Posting on your agent's blog. ;o)
How long before she gets you a childs picture book deal? That's an awsome post!

Robyn Campbell said...

Clicking...:-)

Robyn Campbell said...

Had to come back and say, "That was just coolness wrapped in awesomesauce with chocolate covering.

Robyn Campbell said...

P.S. Linking to your post for all to see. :-)

Madeleine said...

Intriguing... Off to check it out

Cortney Pearson said...

Headed over!

Carrie Butler said...

Ca-caw, indeed! The illustrations were fantastic! :)

Tanya Reimer said...

Loved it! Explains so much.

Rachael Harrie said...

On my way :)

Hugs,

Rach

Christine Rains said...

Hehehe! That was great!

David P. King said...

Wait. Is Squawk an actual game? Would that make me totally uncool if I didn't know about it?

Off to the crowe's nest! :)

Susanna Leonard Hill said...

Heading over to check it out, but first, what is Squawk? Is it a real game? Because if it is I've never heard of it and a new word game would be a great way to procrastinate :)

Peggy Eddleman said...

Jessie-- You have this way of making me sound so much cooler than I am! (Not that I'm going to stop you or anything. :))

Leigh, Faith, & Prerna-- Awesome! Thank you!

J.A.-- Put it in the right place, and it would be worth a gazillion points. Especially if you placed the "s" at the end of another word. ;)

Kristine-- Suddenly I'm feeling very guilty that your son doesn't have one in his possession. I promise SOME day, he will.

Angela & Roland-- Very cool. Thanks!

Iain-- I know- I'm all about the showing off. ;) And thanks for your kind words!

Robyn-- Wow! Coolness wrapped in awesomesauce with chocolate covering? I don't think I've ever gotten a funner compliment! I'm touched. And thanks so much for posting about it on your blog! You're a million kinds of sweet.

Madeline & Cortney-- Thanks for checking it out!

Carrie, Tanya, Rachael, & Christine-- Aww, thanks for checking it out and for your kind words, guys!

David-- No, it's not a game. You're still cool. :) I just meant squawk! like what a bird does. You know- because of the Crowe's Nest. Well, that, and because squawk is a cool sounding word. Thanks for going to check it out!

Susanna-- Nope. Just a word you should very much try to play in Words With Friends. (You do use that as a procrastination tool, right? It can be an effective one. Especially if you only play with a couple of people, because then you have to wait for them to play their turn and that could be hours so you might as well get back to work. :))