it is so, so easy to make me happy.
send me some chocolate – yes, i enjoy chocolate.
post a comment – any blogger will tell you that they enjoy comments.
visit again – i have, like, three readers, dust, who is friendly enough to read my stuff, tep, who was bored enough one day to hit me 45 times (my all time high for hits in a single day), and my zee bibi, who eagerly awaits my next post and is privy to entries i will never post online. i am eternally grateful, guys.
link to this site – only if you like it. and it doesn’t need to be a permanent link, but it would be nice if you could link to it in a nice sentence, like “frank has a wonderfully written blog which you can visit over here. and do send him a box of chocolates. he likes those.” and i’ll link to your site too, but only if i like it. =)
give me some of the stuff on my wish list – currently my list includes just neil gaiman’s “fragile things” and robert o’brien’s “mrs frisby and the rats of nimh”. =) ooh, and chocolates. [wishlist updated below.]
share your blog – or website or multiply or, if you’ve nothing else, friendster. or share a nice blog or site or whatnot that you like. but if you have a blog, nicely written (hopefully) or chock full of interesting stuff, or even if it’s nothing special, really, i would like to check it out. i am extremely bored most of the time, and am constantly searching for things to read.
refer me to interesting things – if you have footage of a giant squid, for example, or if you’ve found a nice comic strip online, or simple things you think i might like to blog about. as mentioned, i’m a very bored guy. save me.
uh.. that’s about all i can think up for now. cheerio!
- fragile things (neil gaiman) – collection of short stories
- mrs frisby and the rats of nimh (robert o’brien) – classic fable
- any haruki murakami book – except “norwegian wood”, which i’ve already read. (edit: i’ve also already read “the elephant vanishes”, “after dark”, and “blind willow, sleeping woman”)
- the life of pi (don’t know the author) – just coz i’m curious
- a certain slant of light (laura whitcomb) – her first novel. i read it halfway in powerbooks, but then it disappeared and I can’t find it anywhere. if you find it, let me know, i want to buy it.
- wild seed (octavia butler) – highly recommended by orson scott card, one of my favorite writers.