Saturday, November 03, 2007

Here's the Plan





Didn't know we had a plan, eh? Well we do. Unless someone objects, for the next six days, I will be posting the award-winning stories from the Tales of Adventure contest!

During this time, I shall be visiting beautiful Austin, Texas--the second greatest place on Earth!

And I just found out . . . the Shadow City Store is OPEN FOR BUSINESS!

34 Comments:

Blogger International Mastermind said...

I love them- but I can only see the Fille Fiable one- how can I get to the other ones?

8:38 PM  
Anonymous Ananka said...

Have you tried scrolling down on the right? If that doesn't work, let me know!

8:41 PM  
Blogger International Mastermind said...

Yeah- I just tried that, and it did not work.

8:44 PM  
Blogger International Mastermind said...

Oh, never mind, I got it!

8:45 PM  
Anonymous Ananka said...

Hmmm. Let me ask my web designer! Sorry about that! There may be a glitch or two in the early days.

8:46 PM  
Blogger Spring said...

I didn't know we had a plan. Hmmmmm now I do. Have fun in Austin and I hope I wasn't bugging you to much about the shirts!

8:53 PM  
Anonymous Ananka said...

Are you kidding? No bother at all!

8:55 PM  
Blogger chris. said...

Oh, i MUST have the Kiki shirt -- i have a black Vespa, too!! Quick question: Are they adult women's shirts, or men's/unisex shirts?

9:13 PM  
Blogger chris. said...

Oh, duh! Ignore my previous question: It just dawned on me that there's a youth large. I'm so used to having to compromise by buying a men's small that it took me a few minutes to notice that there actually IS a shirt in my size for a change. Yay!!

9:30 PM  
Blogger Spring said...

By the way (I say that a lot don't I?) Where is the first greatest place on earth?

9:52 PM  
Anonymous Ananka said...

New York, of course! ;)

10:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Austin TX??????????

10:21 PM  
Blogger Lena La'Faye said...

Texas is so Famazing! It's a HUGE change from New York City, though. And it's hot here. . . Well, except in mornings!
Also, LOVE the shirts! I'll be getting myself a F.F AND a Kiki Strike! I can only get four shirts from an online site and I'm already getting 2 from Scott Westerfeld's shoppe.

1:38 AM  
Blogger Lena La'Faye said...

Something just reminded me of the first page in Shadow City. [i] The Curious [/i]

2:01 AM  
Anonymous theatre said...

YESSSSSSS!!!!!!! HALEILUYA!!!! SWEEEET! WICKEDD!! NICCCE!! and all those other good adjectives and exclamtions! lifes good. Kiki Strike is on a shirt. Im happy.

9:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Which story will you put up first?

5:47 PM  
Anonymous Patsee said...

I, personally, would rather you put them on a different page altogether, just for easy access & seperation.

6:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

first off, all the people in that picture are ugly! ha ha! lol. o ya, ananka, i love the shadow city store! kiki is starting an empire, isn't she?! if u have time, can you make posters? my room needs a little twist!

3:03 PM  
Anonymous Ananka said...

I'm going to try putting them on separate pages, cause I agree that it's a little hard to read right now!

Posters? Good idea!

7:10 PM  
Anonymous Nellie said...

Also rubber stamps of the Irregulars logo and gold ink pads!

7:21 PM  
Blogger Lena La'Faye said...

Or a 'I'm Curious, Are you?' xD I LOVE the Kiki Strike drawing! When did she get those waves though?

8:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ananka, we could start a whole flippin empire here. posters, bumper stickers, hats, shoes, (dangerous underwear! ha ha ha! I couldn't help myself! ha ha ha ha -no.
here is a serious question- wat is your and kiki's favorite book? i neeeeeeeeeeeeeed to know.

12:02 AM  
Anonymous Ananka said...

Hmm. Our favorite books?

The Westing Game
A Drowned Maiden's Hair
Half Magic
21 Balloons
All the books in the His Dark Materials Trilogy
Jane Eyre
The Art of War

I could go on . . .

12:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm the same way. all the bookshelves in our house are filled with only MY books! it's crazy. SO thanx 4 the suggestions. Have u evr read wuthering heights? i tried 2 read it this summer,ahhhhhhhhhh. I can handle jane austen, but my mind is not ready 4 heathclif!

10:00 AM  
Blogger Spring said...

I loved The Westing Game,
A Drowned Maiden's Hair,
Half Magic and The His Dark Materials Trilogy! Speaking of books I loved... go to my book website at http://freewebs.com/springsreads

10:35 AM  
Anonymous infamous said...

OMG!!! I HAVE GOT TO GET ONE!!!

11:35 AM  
Anonymous Ananka said...

I once read Wuthering Heights from cover to cover while I was trapped on the subway! I had read it once before and hadn't liked it all that much. But the second time, I LOVED it. Let it rest for a year or two and then pick it up again.

And Spring, I'm checking out your blog!

12:00 PM  
Blogger Spring said...

Which blog? I have like 4 sites.. I think.

1:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you're kiding, ananka. I guess the subway enlightens us. lol. thanx 4 the advice, i promised myself I'd read it be4 I graduate from 8th gr. nxt year, just so i can rub it in my english teachers face. he basically said I was too stupid too read a classic! can u believe that? I'm no einstein, but reading is my strong point. so now i'm running the newspaper and i ignore him completely instead of being a kiss up like usual. the goody too shoes is wearing thin in my view. catcha l8r.
ps. all of us irregulars should revolt against our english teachers. today, mine told me that my kiki strike essay gave away the plot! that was so not true, i'll e-mail it to u, you'll agree with me! i wish kiki could give him a piece of her mind(or iris and oona!) wat does HE know about you or the shadow city anyway? hmph!

9:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i forgot, ananka, read THE MYSTERIOUS BENEDICT SOCIETY. it's really good. tell me wat u think.
(i think constance contraire should meet kiki! after u read it, u'll c wat i mean!)

9:22 PM  
Anonymous Ananka said...

Thanks for the tip. I will check out the Mysterious Benedict Society. I've heard good things, and I'm looking for a book right now!

Also, don't worry about those teachers. We know how to find them. ;)

(When did so many teachers get so mean? Too dumb to read a classic? That's CRAZY.)

11:16 PM  
Blogger International Mastermind said...

Hmm...
Actually, I LOVE my English teacher. She is wicked nice-and puts together afterschool drama club for us overly dramatic peoples.
But I would be glad to help you give yours a scare!

6:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

IM, you truly are a mastermind. i have a feeling you could do great and terrible things to my english teacher. we would be great friends, you and i, believe me. o and u are so lucky! drama classes after english, u r officially living my life. i love being over dramatic and funny. today a dead bug was on my shirt, and i screamed for at least 5 minutes until i shook it off finally! 4 the rest of the day people were imitating me. if some one had a camera, i would be on utube by now. thank god they didn't... i'll never live this down.
*sob*

9:07 PM  
Anonymous infamous said...

I feel your pain! English are so MEAN! A tota pain-the-BUG

6:00 PM  

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