So I haven’t posted since October. That is a looooong time. If anyone out there is still reading my blog, greetings and salutations! Actually, I know a few people are still visiting the site, emphasis on visiting. I like to take the time to read and enjoy my spam comments now and then. (Hope you appreciate that, spammers!)
A guy by the name of Nike Air (or maybe it was Movie Forum) said, “I am visiting this web site dailly and obtain fastidious data from here all the time.” I love that he claimed to be visiting sambohrman.com daily, despite the fact that I haven’t posted new content in about nine months. I should make him the president of my fan club (my mom isn’t into official roles). I also liked this one: “After six hours of continuous Googleing, at last I got it in your site.” That’s A LOT of googling, brother! Not to mention, how did he know he’d arrived at his destination when he found my site?? Side note: I’m just assuming those commenters are male because I watched Silicon Valley on HBO and it reinforced my assumption that most people in front of computers have a solid pin connector. Or maybe they’re robots? I don’t know enough about the spamming industry to fully imagine the spammers themselves. Anyway, Silicon Valley is AWESOME. I highly recommend.
Now that we’ve gone through my spam folder, let’s get to the news. Since my last post in October, I’ve written two books. Yes, I know that sounds crazy to most of the population and it’s the reason why I stopped posting, the second reason being that I think my mom is my only reader and I talk to her regularly anyway (Hi, Mom). As for the books… One of the books is a young adult romantic comedy set at a summer camp. It involves twin sisters, mistaken identity, and at least three kissing scenes. It’s called Breaking the Rules of Revenge, as far as I know. God knows when it’s coming out. Soonish. I’ll scream it from the rooftops when I figure it out.
The second book is an adult romantic comedy. The working title is Love Doctors, though it will definitely be renamed. The name Love Doctors is wildly unpopular at the publisher. This one is a little dirty, so I hope no one I know reads it. Feel free to buy it, though! It’s headed to the editor soon. No release date yet, but expect it during the next school year.
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FYI: the guy in the photo is Ernest Hemingway. That’s pretty much how I look when I’m writing, too. It’s a very romantic and outdoorsy process.
Until next time,