Sunday, September 10, 2006

Simplicity is golden.

OK, so earlier today I deleted my facebook account and myspace a bit before that. I just don't have the time for 'social networking' sites anymore. My real friends from school have my cell and can call whenever they need anything. People I correspond with have my email address, which I check pretty much religiously thanks to my BlackBerry.

Already I can feel the difference in my life. Instead of logging into facebook's light blue interface and responding to messages along the lines of 'wtf man why weren't u at the party?!' tonight I am actually sitting down to some before-bed reading.

Speaking of which, two things:

1) My new book, the awesome self-help book 'on crack', is now complete. Just a matter of seeing if my editor is interested in buying it, or if not, scaring up some interest at one of the other publishing houses.

2) The official site for The Real Meaning of Life got a much-needed facelift a few hours ago. Check it out and kindly let me know what you think.

That's about it for now. Oh, no more blogging, by the way. I want to focus all of my energy on making this new book as amazing as possible. And I'm trying to wrap up a young adult novel I have been working on for the past few months. It's going well, but I better end it soon so I can move onto a new project.