SIGN OF LIFE



Hello there! Just a quick sign of life from your friend in the ink business. Forgive me for being so un-posty these days. More Monsters are in the works, but right now I'm typing away furiously on a new book for Spring 2011 -- monsterless, but still funny, hopefully. In other words, I'm a lazy blogger, but not a lazy person, and I hope you'll stay tuned! And if you've forgotten, which I'd certainly understand, please let me remind you that 344 LOVES YOU

A-rakes-progress 

In the meantime, it's spring outside:

344-flowers

12 Comments

  • bbibo
    14 June 2007 7:37 pm

    “Life is what happens while you are busy making other plans.”
    John Lennon

  • 14 September 2008 6:50 am

    hahah! Where can I get one of those big bodyguard monsters??
    Have fun in NYC!! I’m stoked on the pre-order for Metal for Monsters BTW! Mine is on the way!
    Lydia
    http://www.understandblue.blogspot.com

  • 14 September 2008 7:24 am

    Drop me a line if you make it out to Long Island 🙂

  • 15 September 2008 7:08 am

    He’s big, but looks like he’s nimble on the toes. Perfect for sneaking up on unsuspecting prey.
    Have a nice (well deserved) break. Those six days will surely feel great.

  • Sue Bebie
    22 September 2008 6:23 am

    A little dangerfreak this guy! To be near by a tiptoe monster… That’s adrenaline on the highest level…

  • brendan
    6 November 2008 7:43 am

    kind of a one trick pony, aren’t you? they all look almost exactly the same. and how trite! it looks like shitty ralph steadman.

  • brendan
    6 November 2008 7:44 am

    if you are actually selling this hackneyed garbage i’m going to kill myself.

  • 26 March 2010 4:44 pm

    Not in Chicago……not one sign of spring yet.
    🙁

  • 26 March 2010 6:07 pm

    To paraphrase “Field of Dreams”: Thaw it, and it will come.

  • 29 March 2010 5:40 am

    Oh wow, those look like Clivias… indigenously South African flowers actually (in case you didn’t know – lol, your botanical lesson for the day 😉 They’re exquisite when in full bloom.

  • 29 March 2010 11:56 am

    Clivias is exactly right. They came with the place, and have somehow managed to keep themselves alive under my negligent care. I didn’t know they were indigenous to South Africa, though. Very cool Thank you for telling me, Michelle.

  • 6 April 2010 9:41 am

    Hi. Can you please follow me?

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