Heartwarming Tearjerker of the Day: Moore Tornado Survivor Finds Her Dog in Rubble
This morning, Moore, Oklahoma resident Barbara Garcia was in the middle of an interview with CBS News about losing her home and her beloved companion dog to the deadly tornado, when something miraculous unfolded right in front of them and the viewers at home (starting at 1:32). Just try not to tear up.
How to Talk to Girls at Parties (eBook Original): Neil Gaiman: Amazon.com: Kindle Store
It’s my SF short story (currently being adapted into a film by Hedwig’s own John Cameron Mitchell) it’s free, and comes along with an OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE preview — you can read the first 3 chapters, a month before publication. It’s up on Amazon now and you can download it to your Kindle or, if you do not have a Kindle, to Kindle software on your computer, phone, tablet etc.
I left my upstairs neighbors a note about their too-loud music.
I hope it didn’t make them angry! I was going to talk to them directly, but I guess they didn’t hear my knocking (or ignored me). When I was standing outside the door I could very clearly hear the music and lyrics of the currently playing song.
I wrote my note as nicely as possible (and on cute cat notepaper):
“Dear upstairs neighbors,
not to be assholes or anything, but could you please turn your music down? We can hear it too well through the ceiling.