Every minute is pure joy

Last night at Rock & Roll Bookclub somewhere between the homemade chili with chorizo and three different peppers and the divine butter cream chocolate dessert, I decided it would be a good idea to drink an entire bottle of wine. Ouch.

Waking up this morning was not fun. About half a cup of coffee into the day, I hopped onto the Internet and went over to Christa’s place where I read this:

This deserves a post of its own because writing for Minnesota Reads is my favorite writing stunt that I do, and Minnesota Reads is my favorite site on the whole Internet. Confession: I click on it every day at exactly 10 a.m. when I know the latest post goes live. I’m a total Minnesota Reads psycho stalker.

My heart exploded. Seeing that one other person loved MN Reads as much as I did made my face hurt I was smiling so much.

Like Christa, of all the crap I do on the Internet (for my clients and for myself) Minnesota Reads brings me the greatest pleasure. Every minutes I spend working on that site is pure joy. Even when I’m doing some mundane task like updating the events calendar, I’m happy doing it.

I’m someone notorious for not responding to e-mail. Ask any of my friends and family. But if an MN Reads’ reviewer e-mails me, I’m like Jodi on the spot. Instant responses!

I don’t have more that I really wanted to add. Just to point out that having someone else as into the site as I am makes it about 38,211 more awesome.

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1 Comment

  1. david 04.Mar.10 at 8:54 am

    MN Reads is one of my favorite sites, too. Not only well-written and informative, but also important (in spreading the word about books as well as building community). I am always surprised that it’s not the inspiration for similar sites.


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