Posted June 13, 2014 at 01:45 pm
No, thank you!

I love you all very much, and I know you only want to make me happy. I get this question a lot, and my first thought is always how sweet and kind you are to me.

Unfortunately, there are a few problems with bringing me McNuggz. The big one is that convention floors are almost always no-food-allowed. I don't want to get either of us in trouble! Also, it would be unlikely that I'd have a lot of time to actually eat and enjoy them.

Lastly, Chicken McNuggets are pretty cheap around these parts! I have no problem dropping a fiver on some sweet nuggz whenever I like. Simply buying a poster or book can get me a bunch of nuggz as well as giving you something nice to take home.

I'm really excited for this convention. I anticipate having a great time, and I can't wait to see you.

Do you already have my merch? Do you not have the money? Do you simply not want anything? That's absolutely fine! Please come by and say hello! I want to see each and every one of you, and it doesn't matter one bit if you want to buy something or not. I know you're already spending money on travel, food, lodging, entry and other tables, you don't need to give me money to make me happy!

Your kind face is more than enough~

"What if I see you walking around?" If you know it's me, feel free to walk next to me as I go to my next destination! I love to chat. You can also shout! Conventions are loud anyway! AAAAAAH! AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!

"What if I see someone who looks like you but I'm not sure?" Maybe don't bother that person! I'd hate for some poor soul to be compared to me! Here's what I look like, and I may be wearing a couple of the same shirts:

"Can I get a sketch without a book?" I'll be selling custom quick sketches on 9"x12" bristol vellum varying from $10 to $20, depending on the complexity of the request. If you bring me your request on day 1 or 2 and pick it up the next day, I can work on your sketch overnight and it'll be nicer than if I draw it right there during the busy day.

"Will you take credit cards?" Cash will be preferable since it's faster, but I should be able to take Visa and MasterCard and other major cards, but it'll be my first time and I don't know if my payment system is gonna be kind to me. Ugh! I hate talking about money. I always feel so gross! HEY GUYS GIVE ME ALL YOUR MONEYS! ARGHBLAHVBGJHLHGLRGL

"Will you be there all three days?" I sure will! I'm gonna be there from the time they open the doors to the time they make me leave. It's only a couple hours' drive to my house, so I don't mind leaving as late as possible.

If there's anything more I can think of, I'll add it here!
Posted June 3, 2014 at 09:34 am
Anyone who has ever e-mailed me probably noticed I took a long time to respond. It was mostly me fighting my e-mail client with the massive amounts of spam I get in it. This is going to happen with any somewhat popular website, so I'm not surprised.

However, I've found out you can use Gmail to check other accounts. It'll probably handle a lot of the spam for me from now on, so I'll be able to respond to you better!

I apologize if you never got a response to your e-mail. I should be better equipped to respond now!
Posted May 23, 2014 at 04:11 pm
I'm afraid to say that I can't do any more prints for now, as the machine I was using for them is no longer doing that job so well. I may invest in a better machine in the future, but for now, that's all I can do.

When I get around to it, I may add a new item to the store. I'll make a post about that later.
Posted May 19, 2014 at 04:58 pm
It seems like a lot of people didn't understand the time machine joke, and that's no one's fault but my own

I assumed that it would be easy to pick up on that if your skeleton was in a time machine, it would be your dead body from the future.

When I wrote it, I thought it was the funniest thing ever, but that's how these things go

Sorry about that!
Posted February 17, 2014 at 11:06 am
Hey there! Just letting you know I'll be at Heroes in the Charlotte Convention Center June 20-22!

You can find more information about it here! I will be sharing a table with the fine folks over at Namesake in the Artist's Alley.

During Connecticon, more than a couple people were too nervous to approach me just because they already had my books, or didn't have any more money to spend. Please don't feel that way! I want to meet every single one of you, because you are the most important thing to me.
Posted February 7, 2014 at 09:51 pm
If you see this post, maybe you didn't see the warnings, and if you don't see this post, well you were probably stopped by the warnings.

But if you're one of the few who pushed past it, rest assured that no malware rests here, my child! False alarms happen quite frequently, as we share the ad network with a vast variety of other sites that may get flagged, and then the flag cascades throughout the network (only the flags, however. Not the malware.)

It should be rectified by now, and is relying entirely on caches at various ISPs and such to clear the warnings.

Thank you, my wee little ones. My tiny sweet little guys and girls. Sleep tight. *kissy noises*
Posted January 30, 2014 at 01:12 am
Sorry if I've been late in responding to your e-mails lately. Sometimes I let a week or two slip by, even though I'm reading them almost every day. If you don't get a response to me, either hold on a bit longer, or it might have gotten bounced by the mail servers, which does happen on occasion.

Thanks for understanding, and keep being my beautiful friends!
Posted December 30, 2013 at 02:59 pm
Many wonder the origins of the "K" on the head of Santa's motivational partner.

Some theorize that, due to Saint Nicholas's Greek origins, the K might be from the greek m???? K??????? which can be very loosely translated to 'Motivation Dude.'

Others believe that he is, in fact, Krampus, the monster of Alpine folklore that punishes misbehaving children.

Another school of thought is that perhaps his face has become so distorted from centuries of violence, scorn and grimacing expressions, the M that was there has twisted into the shape we see now.
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