No. Not that kind of Hiccup! The dragon's face is fairly appropriate for what I felt over the weekend, however.
Shortly after my post on Thursday, I noticed that it disappeared, reappeared, and then disappeared again. While things look normal again, many of your comments are forever lost in the belly of the Interwebs. Not just little comments--paragraph-long, discussion-quality comments. I know you guys spent time on them and I'm "Night Furious" that your work was lost and that I did not get to read them all. This Blogger hiccup is passed, but just so you know, I did not delete your contributing comments. Seriously. I'm not that diabolical. Promise.
As for new followers, we have six new lucky minions to mention! Please take a gander at their blogs, everyone!
Stephanie Skeem - her blog has some sweet tracks!
Kimberly Krey - she just finished her first novel!
S.B.Niccum - who has already unVeiled her debut novel!
Claire Chilton - she is an excellent writer from York!
Conor P. Dempsey - new blogger, great taste in Sci-Fi!
Lea Zeqiri - a tasteful writer and cooking connoisseur!
Thank you all for joining this cosmic journey!
Update: my hands are literally spent--I wish I could pin that on writing. The flooring is done. No more hammer and chisel. I handed Mike (my awesome alpha) the long awaited chapter 20, and he loves it! I'm relieved, since 20 was the hardest chapter so far (being abstract and the climax). While chapter 21 is underway, my producer friend is rather anxious for another segment. I'll read through another three chapters for her, then resume the heart-pounding falling action. Three chapters to go!
What were your achievements this weekend? When you have the hiccups, what do you do to get rid of them?
I'm David, and drinking upside-down works for me.