I Shall Not Be Updating Again Until Monday, and So I Leave You With a Picture of a Cat

There, that should hold you.

Wish me luck with the book writing, would you? Thanks.

48 Comments on “I Shall Not Be Updating Again Until Monday, and So I Leave You With a Picture of a Cat

  1. Good luck, Scalzi! Come back with your manuscript, or on it.

  2. Okay. Good luck with the book writing!

    (You can ask me to call you a cab, too, if you like.)

  3. good luck… if you ever need a extra set of eyes on the book :)

  4. Good luck with the writing. And re-writing. And…I look forward to reading it!

  5. Oh, crap. I gotta go buy catfood. Thanks for reminding me. Of course, I would have been reminded once I got home…..

  6. Best of luck with the book writing. May your words be fruitful and multiply.

  7. Oooooooh … nice kitty!

    May you rain most excellent words upon your parchment. GL

  8. Oh yeah, I wish you well on your writing endeavors. Luck has nothing to do with anything. IMO

  9. See you on the other side, Colonel!

    (closes hatch and welds it shut from the outside)

  10. Yeah. What hugh57 said. Where’s Chang/not Chang?

  11. Good on WordPress, it won’t let me nymshift to try to up the
    “Good luck with the book writing” post count.
    I guess it doesn’t want to set you a record. ;p
    Interesting about us is we mostly threw in the word “good.”

  12. I noticed the cat’s sitting on your mouse. Good luck getting him to move so you can write. My cat can be very obstinant about giving up a mouse.

  13. With great dignity and aplomb he sits on your mouse. He’s the perfect cat.

  14. You posted on Friday and it’s now Sunday, late morning. And that means–hellyalooyah!–you’re just about done! Time for a cigar and whiskey. Or not, if that doesn’t float your boat. How about caramel syrup, whip cream and a dollop of coffee along with cookies?

    Seriously, John, that just cracks me up, the coffee thang.

  15. Finished reading ‘Redshirts’ this morning — steadily improving experience right up to (and through) the final page: loved it! thank you!

  16. Re Diedre, “With great dignity and aplomb he sits on your mouse. He’s the perfect cat.”

    That’s darn near a great haiku. ;-)