Sunshine Says

Posted on: March 12th, 2011 by Anthony Rapino 6 Comments

I’d hate to let my beautiful new website stagnate, so in an effort to keep things fresh, I have this blog post, announcements, and a new segment called “Sunshine Says.”
First, announcements:

There’s only 1 day left to score the bonus materials with your preorder of Uprooted.  Among other things you get two desktop wallpapers, bookmark templates, the chance to get a signed bookmark, and deleted scenes from “Uprooted.”  And this is all on top of the signed, lettered chapbook for a measly $6, which includes shipping!

There’s also only 1 day left to enter the contest and win a shirt, horror magazines, stickers, and much more.

I appreciate everyone who  has supported me through this, my first print release.  To everyone who has purchased a copy, entered the contest, blogged, tweeted, and wished me well, I thank you so very much.  I can’t tell you how much it means to me.

Now then–as I wipe the mistiness from my eyes–I’ve been toying around with this idea for a while, and I finally decided to just do it.  Every week or so I will post a new addition to “Sunshine Says” here on the blog.  It won’t always be Sunshine.  Sometimes it will be Zed.  Sometimes Bobo.  But always–I hope–humorous.  I’ll probably set up a separate page to catalog the archives of “Sunshine Says” as well.

For those who don’t know, Sunshine is the human skull that whispers awful things to me while I write.  For the first time ever, I present her–and her friends’– perverse mutterings to the world.  Enjoy!

Sunshine Says 1

Zed Says 1

6 Responses

  1. Cate Gardner says:

    Sunshine is freaky. 😀

    • I know, she’s always saying the strangest things.

  2. marcy says:

    in light of the fact that I was just playing Fallout, the second comment (2 in the head) was particularly appropriate. Like the new digs.

    • Thanks, Marcy! Interestingly enough, i was just playing Fallout (New Vegas) as well. Strange. And awesome.

  3. Danielle Ferries says:

    I have a skull on my desk too. His name is Edmund and he sits beside my framed photo of Vincent Price. They both provide endless inspiration.

    • Nice! I don’t have the Vincent Price photo, but I do have a creepy nun.

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