Thursday, January 15, 2009

a, a, a-a-a-a, a, a, a-a-a-a-aaaaaaaaaaa ... Afternoon Delight!

Pardon my arpeggiation. But that's the way the song, um, climaxes, right?

Anyway, though it's still only morning here, I'm absolutely and afternoonishly delighted to be in this collection, edited by the phenomenal a, a, a-a-a-a, a, a, a-a-a-a-aaaaaaaaaaa ... Alison Tyler! And I believe I'll be in the company of Rachel Kramer Bussel, Nikki Magennis, Sommer Marsden, Teresa Noelle Roberts, Craig J. Sorensen, and Kristina Wright!

Afternoon Delight is available now wherever afternoons are sold.


Nikki Magennis said...

Jeremy nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

Nikki Magennis said...


Do you know how long it took me to get that bloody song out of my head last time?!


Anyway, congrats!

spamword is: whirk. Yes, I should.

Jeremy Edwards said...

I admit that my subject line was a little excessive: the final phrase before the book/song title should have had only 9 eighth-note "a's," not 11.

Does that help, Nikki?


Emerald said...

Awesome! And if I understand correctly, the book (loosely) covers all 24 hours of the day, so delight away! ;)


Craig Sorensen said...

Congrats Jeremy.

I have on my "sappy song cup," which protects me from the intrusion of irritatingly catchy tunes.

So do your worst!

My verification word is sympa.

I'm a man of sympa pleasures.

Truly, I am.

EllaRegina said...

Congratulations, Jeremy!

Kirsten Monroe said...

Rubbin' sticks and stones together makes the sparks ignite!

Congrats Jeremy!


Erobintica said...

Congrats Jeremy (and I'll excuse your use of that song - even though I'm having visual flashbacks of that decidedly unsexy group singing on the TV eons ago - ack!) - an around-the-clock collection of hot stories sounds like just the thing on this subzero morning.

my spam word is ... subsess

related to obsess? ;-)