Tomorrow is MP3 Tuesday, so that should put a stop (at least temporarily) to my constant entries on the book project. In the meantime, since it's still Monday, I guess I can get away with talking about it for the fourth consecutive day.
I'm really excited that schmed has responded and shown interest in participating with his The Legend of Chunderpuss post. (Any entry that begins with "It was a dak and stormy night" is sure to be a classic.) I was thinking that the photo from The Passing of Chunderpuss would be good as one of the cover images.
What's really great about schmed's participation is that he is quite possibly the only conservative reader I have ever had. It would be kind of silly if every single entry in the book ended up being written by someone on the left. So with that in mind, I was thinking he could maybe also contribute this post, which, although horrifying (from my perspective), is well-written and sincere. And here's an image that goes with it that could also be slapped on the cover. (I'll be sure to make it very small.)
Julijul is also taking part. I haven't had time to thoroughly read everything in her blog. I thought 9 Years ago was a possibility. It's an interesting concept, publishing a journal entry from years ago for all the world to see. It is also quite personal. And I laughed out loud when I read You'd think I'd learn by now, which may very well be the most trivial blog entry I have ever encountered.
Once again, the posts I've mentioned are suggestions. I'm just drawing attention to what's out there and saying what I think should be included, but I definitely don't reserve any authority to have the final say on what posts or what blogs end up being represented. What I'd love is for other people to start making suggestions.