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(Perilous) Pauline Baird Jones’ Friday Vid & Crazy Links

I started “hearting” Felicia Day when she appeared on Eureka, and she’s one of the reasons I still mourn its cancellation. So when I found out she was part of Geek & Sundry on Youtube I did my version of a jig (which mainly involves thinking about doing one rather than doing it). Warning: There is some language. But its pretty freaking funny. Just know you were warned. Twice.

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Subscribing increases your geek creds exponentially. Probably. There might be Pi.

Okay, let’s set aside the geek stuff and get a little crazy with some link fun:

Jenny Hansen blogs about “Dirty-Minded Signage” with hilarious results. Be sure to read the comments, too!

Natalie Hartford blogs on “A girl needs her nest.” You’ll have to click through to find out what that means. LOL!

And because it inspired me, check out KM Huber’s blog about “A Full Breath.” Be sure to click through to Elizabeth Mitchell’s blog post about getting out of your own way. Then get out of your own way.

So, do you like to get your geek on? Have a fun link to share? Been inspired by a blog post this week? I love sharing and reward those who share in the comments with entries for my monthly $10 AnaBanana Gift Card of spooky awesome. Winner is announced iin the first blog post of the month. 🙂

Pauline Baird Jones, author, writer, romantic suspense author, science fiction romance author, steampunk, humor (We pause for station identification–wait, I mean a commercial break. Or something like that. I started discovering my geek roots after I penned a science fiction romantic series I dubbed Project Enterprise. It began with The Key and concluded this year with Kicking Ashe. In between are three novels and two short stories–that were recently collected into Project Enterprise: The Short Stories. For more info about the series and my other books, pop over to my website. And don’t forget to check out my special sections for authors and readers. Okay, I now return you to your regularly scheduled blog post….)

Perilously,

Pauline