Today is one of THOSE days. You know the kind: my servants were both busy on their computers IGNORING ME. How DARE they?! I am the bright and shining centre of the universe!!!
One of the servants was busy editing the zombie shuffle footage the other took a few weeks ago. When his tummy started rumbling unbearably, he got up to make lunch. Guess what happened next?
Then the other servant, remembering that I am the epicentre of the household, took up the camera, taking the above picture of my gorgeous self. Trouble was, she didn’t stop there. She’s had the flu – how DARE she take a few DAYS off? – so she hadn’t photographed MEEE with items received. She tried balancing the books on the edge of the chair, but I was somewhat miffed with having to share my personal space. I arose and, with a flick of my tail, I departed.
After a short scratch from the servant, I benevolently agreed to pose with this week’s items received.
In my benevolent mood I allowed the servant to take a few more photos
glaring indignantly when she WALKED AWAY to upload the photos. How dare she?!
I WASN’T FINISHED.
Apparently there is much rejoicing in this household as publishers are starting to put out more science fiction, including this young adult 28th century novel, Earth Girl by Janet Edwards. [flicks tail]
I wish the servant would make up her mind… what does she prefer? Science fiction or fantasy? CHOOSE, DAMN YOU, CHOOSE.
Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor is a book the servant has been looking forward to since reading Daughter of Smoke and Bone last year. The servant loved the vampire in Daughter – the ONLY vampire was a young man in costume to scare the tourists. Well. [sniff] I LIKE vampires – they’re like a cross between cats and humans, so I find them RELATABLE [licks self]
APPARENTLY the servant is somewhat tired of vampires, especially when they have affairs with humans. Personally, I LIKE playing with my food and see no problem with this AT ALL.