Saturday, November 25, 2006

NaNoWriMo: The Interview

The power of the internet is fickle and indiscriminate, so much so that even failure can bring fame. Less than a week before the end of NaNoWriMo, and I've already been interviewed.

You can read the roasting put together by the deft keyboard fingers of Sean Lindsay, over at 101 Reasons To Stop Writing. He sucked me in by calling me ruggedly handsome (I think he saw the picture of a robot mailbox) and then put up my answers to his questions unedited.

In honour of him finding out my darkest and worst kept secret (the one about my Danny Hawaii series only having one story), I've now updated my biography and removed the offending evidence from my entire website.

That oughta show him.

8 comments:

Sandra Ruttan said...

You aren't a failure! Although you are famous! Your music is listened to on the other side of the world.

Daniel Hatadi said...

A failure at NaNo, but not a failure, 'tis true.

Anonymous said...

You are a frequent commenter at The Planet, and there are no failures who post at The Planet.

It is the one sole requirement.

M. G. Tarquini said...

You're like...what? Twenty-Seven years old? How the hell can you be a failure at 27?

Daniel Hatadi said...

Man, 27's the year I was supposed to die like all good rock stars. I coulda been a contender, but I chose to live ... and now I'm 33.

But, umm, everyone's latched on to the word failure. I don't actually see myself as a failure. I just didn't hit the NaNo target.

That's all. Nothing to see here. Move along now.

angie said...

Daniel's gone world-wide...

M. G. Tarquini said...

I read Stephen Blackmoore's interview and had to rinse off the monitor.

Anonymous said...

LOL! :) Too funny... 101 reason's mentioned you and I had to just pop over and say hello. :) Nice to meet you.