LOL... But I didn't hear you say "snealthily" at all.
Good thing I'm a dark matter particle.Umm, which cupboard is the grapefruit of destiny in? I've been looking for it for a while now. Breakfast just isn't the same without a fresh squeezed cup of destiny to wash it all down with.
Dude. If this writing thing doesn't pan out, you've got yourself a bright career in stand-up comedy. I should go read your book now which btw, I have two copies of... for some odd reason *shrugs*
"I don't purchase pink socks."I don't believe you.Also, I'm pretty sure it's "cupboard", Karsten. GEEZ.
Shut up, Rick. It's an art-house film so the misspelling was meant to be ironic. Yeah, that's right.This is what happens when you edit your vlog at 6pm on a Friday. After a cocktail.
hahahaha... yeah, that's all I got. hahaha <3
I thoroughly enjoy these videos lol. Also always love looking at the books on the shelf behind you. I actually just started Daughter of Smoke and Bone, any good?
Glad to have to you back! I love the crazy and whacky videos. Have a fun weekend!
I've gotta say, this vlog rocks! hehe Welcome back!p.s. please come to Montreal, QC (Canada) for a signing!?
Duuuuuude! You so need to get thee to Netflix! At least you could watch bad shows of your choosing that way.
I want my MTV . . . sigh I miss the old, traditional MTV that actually had music videos on it.Admit it, you can buy pink socks!Did you really say "skate rats" on the internet? lol
Ah! We've already discussed the fact that an awesome novel is coming out of your absence, but you've caused all of us to have Karsten Vlog withdrawals! So thank you for pacifying us with pink songs, cryptid grapefruits, and water treating English majors. Love it!
*Socks. That was supposed to be socks. Not songs. But...I guess you could pacify us with Pink songs?
your book! THEN ENDING! your just lucky you've got me laughing untill the second one comes out.
I thought I'd finally comment on your blog, as it's somewhat timely since I have to write up a blog post about my thoughts on your book by tomorrow and midnight. I'm an AP Language student here in MA and I was given a copy of Wildefire by my boss for my seventeenth birthday. When we were told that our next book would be 'Reader's Choice' I thought "Why not? It looks interesting enough." Try to take this as a compliment, but after reading the prologue and turning to the back cover to read 'About the Author', I was surprised to find you were a man (that is to say, your third person narrative of a teenage volcano goddess is very believable-- nice work.)Look forward to a full blown critique of the novel with some recycled material from this blog comment.Also please note that I placed my book mark at pages 196 and 197, the center of the book. And after watching your video of 10 Things That May Surprise You About Wildefire, needless to say, I was amused.Well I'm off to hide in a dark room with a flashlight for mood lighting as I finish the other half of this novel by tomorrow at 11 PM to give me time to post a blog about it. Peace.
Oh the nostalgia with Mist. How awesome and terrifying would a life or death game of laser tag be...
I just finished reading and blogging about Wildefire, and the first thing I did was search for when the next book will be released. I got so into the characters' unique and quirky voices, and after watching this vlog - it all makes sense! Here's a link to my review: http://readersdialogue.blogspot.com/2011/12/wildefire.html
God you're funny. Just literally made my day.
You're really funny. Made my crappy @ss day better. Can't wait to read your book [s]!
I finished reading your book about five minutes ago. I was wondering how the characters have all these funny comebacks/witty remarks, and then I saw your video. Question answered.