Wednesday, May 23, 2007


So my internet is down and I have limited access, and I just wanted to say this because I may not be blogging that much in the next 2 weeks, and I am very sorry. And I have one or two things I want to chat about too. Sigh.

But I was also wondering if maybe my fabulous, loyal, and sexy readers would mind offering up some suggestions, or questions, for me to blog about. Any pressing concerns? Inquiries? I thought it could be cool to ask what kind of entries you guys like reading from me.

And before you all ask, yes this is because I am lazy and I want you to do my work for me.

Seriously, though, anything?


Nichola said...

Funny you should say that...

I tag you with this meme!

The world needs to know eight random things about you. Really, we do, as your wonderful, sexy readers. (Or at least I will be, as soon as your book's out in the UK).


Dawn said...

How about you tell us one thing a day (for your meme). That would give you an "easy" daily post for a week and I bet your random facts would be more rivetting than most of us who got tagged on this one.

I have loved the posts you've done on your working life which is such a different world for most of us, but I understand that they are very long for a regular thing.

You could just wander off for a fortnight with a vague wave of your hand and a "I'll see you guys later". We'd wait!

Erin said...

How about talking some more about your acting or directing? That stuff always intrigues me... :)

J M McDermott said...

I also think that a shakespearian fan, you should attempt to do every post in the form of a sonnet.

I expect archaic spelling and pronunciation, too.

I mean, if you're asking for an interesting challenge...

David L. McAfee said...

Speaking as a fabulous, loyal, and (ahem) sexy reader, I like it when you pick things that matter to you. It lets us know you better. If we tell you what we want you to talk about, then that is a reflection of us, and out wants, personalities, etc.

I don't read this blog to know more about myself. I read it to learn more about Adrienne Kress.

Adrienne said...

Thank you all for the help in doing my job for me (8 interesting things eh . . . that will take some thinking)!

I like all of your suggestions, even the Shakespeare one, though, may have to wait till I come back from NY for that one.

And David you are right of course, but I just thought it could be neat to see what tickled all of your fancies . . !

mmmmm fancies . . .

Devon Ellington said...

Since I'm new to your blog, and we both write, AND we both work in theatre (I work on Broadway in wardrobe), I'd love to know if you feel the same kind of frission between your theatre life and your writing life that I do.

Devon Ellington
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