First, the obligatory reminder. I'm running the 100 Special Thirsty Dead Girls contest! Make up silly titles and win five YA books of your very own! And if you just need a laugh but aren't into free books, what's wrong with you? I mean... uh... maybe you should go read the entries. They're quite funny.
Another thing of awesomeness! Congratulations to Amy Holder on her uber awesome, lip dominated cover! I'd say that I'd love to have a cover like that, but I write about zombies. A close up of zombie mouth would probably make people run. Screaming. Something like: "Zombie mouth! Zombie mouth!" because it wouldn't make sense to run screaming from my cover wailing, "Lawn flamingos! Lawn flamingos!"
But on with the questions! Last week, I asked for some questions, and you gave me some! You are awesome. I will beat up anyone who doesn't recognize your awesomeness. Just email me, and I'll send the ninjas, which isn't really ME beating them up, but it's close enough.
My anonymous friend Colin (HAH! Not anonymous any more!), who bought me a Snarf shirt, wants to know: "If ever a ninja clan got infected with the zombie virus, would the planet Earth simply explode out of sheer terror?"
My answer? No.
My longer answer: Because that's not scary. It's awesome. We'd actually be able to see ninja parades, because instead of sneaking around in the shadows, they'd be lurching down the street, moaning, "Lawn flamingos! Lawn flamingos!"
Lisa and Laura, who are putting together some serious April awesomeness, asked: "What are the chances that the Jo Bros are actually some kind of zombie robot hybrid?"
My answer? Low.
My longer answer: No, really. The chances are low. I know this because Left and Right, my twin daughters, have teddy bears that play a medley of Jo Bro songs. So clearly, the Jo Bros are teddy bear robot hybrids (TeBeRoHy). Much less cooler than the zombie robot hybrid(ZoRoHy).
And Larissa, awesomely awesome person that she is, wants to know: "How do you maintain your awesomeness?"
You think I'm awesome? REALLY? Hey, everybody? I'm awesome! I have it in WRITING!
As for how I maintain my awesomeness? I have it in writing. So when I'm at a party, wowing everyone with my geektastic zombie knowledge, I can refer people to Larissa's comment to prove that I really am kewl.
Kewl and awesome are close enough, right?
My short answer: Uh...I dunno.