Question of the Week
Well, here we are again: Answering questions from the teeming masses for your entertainment. I actually enjoy this stuff more than I care to admit. YouTube keeps telling me I should monetize these videos, but I can’t imagine I’d actually make more than a nickel on these things, so it doesn’t seem worth it. But if anyone wants to send me some money to guarantee I don’t start running ads on these, that’d be swell.
This time around, the question is from the infamous Miss Snark, and involves my storage techniques for the eleventy billion manuscripts I’ve written in my lifetime.
Now, doesn’t that make you want to tip me? I accept money, booze, and interesting stones.
Yea, verily: A new Ask Jeff Anything video! It’s like some sort of national holiday!
This time around, I discuss whether The Final Evolution is really the end of Avery Cates and things, naturally, get ridiculous fast:
Just when you thought it was safe to browse this blog again, we’re back with another Ask Jeff Anything, which may be the 1500th most popular video series on YouTube today. Don’t quote me on that.
Today we have a question regarding eBooks from Jason Falter:
Now I’m hungover.
And we’re back … with another installment of “Ask Jeff Anything”. In this week’s turgid episode, we tackle the question of whether any living being can possibly drink as much alcohol as I claim to on a daily basis. So, grab a beverage and watch:
Now I’m hungover.
After a hiatus imposed by all the More Shit I Gotta Do, we’re back with answers to your questions! And by “we’re” I mean “I am” in the royal sense. Because I’m the king of rock, there is none higher, Sucker MC’s should call me sire. To burn my kingdom, you must use fire, I won’t stop rockin’ till I retire. And also, look for a quick cameo by Spartacus the Cat, incensed that I spent a few minutes paying to attention to something that is not him. Little bastard.
Hola: Here’s another turgid episode of Ask Jeff Anything, this time with a question Patty Blount regarding my not-so-secret computer geekdom aspirations. Like most of my other aspirations, these lay in a thick carpet of ashes:
More questions, please. Remember: Ask me anything!
You can blame Kari L. Dell for this one: Today’s Ask Jeff Anything video is just me playing guitar. You might think no one in their right mind would ask for such a thing, but like Mongo, Jeff is merely pawn in game of life.