In other words, it's a fandom holiday and you don't have to go to work. Trust me. Of course, that only applies if you are a superhero living in New York City in the alternate universe for the Legion of Lawndale Heroes. If you fit these parameters, kick back, relax, and enjoy the day.
Well-earned kudos to Vlademir1 for his unceasing efforts to get spammers out of DariaWiki. You are THE MAN!
Pinkminx is asking for beta-readers to come to her aid. She writes great stuff, so go for it. Fun for all.
A new PPMB Iron Chef has arisen: The Great Flood! Go to it!
Over 98,000 hits on this blog! Yeee-HAAAW! We're gonna hit 10 to the fifth in no time!
The Bay State Dariacon has been canceled for now, due to low pre-attendance figures. If you purchased a ticket for $000.00 to this free event, Derek has stated that he will honor all refunds.
And there's NEW FANFICTION!
- Bed and Breakfast Man, by Ruthless Bunny (Part 31): OMG! NEW CHAPTER! HOORAY! GO READ IT! Best line: “For an extra fee can we burn Joan of Arc?”
- Commitment Issues, by Fringeperson (Part 6): Daria realized when she woke up the next morning that she would not be able to wear the dress. At least not for some time. It would look like she had snuck back to the shop and bought it when the Lane’s weren’t looking, and that would be bad.
- In Another Life, by Charliefox2012 (Parts 1 and 2): “I don’t know how you could do this to me,” Duncan Morgendorffer said miserably, sitting on his living room couch. “Haven’t I been good to you?” he asked the love of his life. Sandi Griffin sighed irritated, “Well, yeah. But he has money. I mean, he-llo, he’s a Sloane.”
- An Oily Situation, by Doggieboy (COMPLETE!): Helen Morgendorffer got out of her SUV and looked around the factory grounds. She knew that the owners didn’t want her there, but they were being rather cooperative. Their offer of compensation was rather generous, she thought, but we still need to see the incident area, just in case it goes to court.
- Reaped Out, by Pinkminx (Part 16): "Three hundred dollars for a pair of shoes?" Helen screamed as she paced the kitchen. Quinn sat at the kitchen table, her arms folded tightly across her chest. "You said I could buy some new shoes." "Not for three hundred dollars! First thing tomorrow you're returning them for a full refund."
- Wristcutters: A Daria Story, by Charliefox2012 (Part 14): Daria turned around sharply and looked into blue eyes. “Jane?” she said, completely taken aback.