Buckle up folks because I’m about to say something that will blow your mind.
The Magical Buffet turns 10 years old this month. 10 years! Mind. Blown.
There is a lot of cool stuff with this 10 year anniversary. In case you hadn’t noticed, we have a shiny new website! After nearly 10 years our site now plays nice with smartphones and tablets, as well as the good ol’ desktop. And yet, comments still don’t work. The more things change, the more they stay the same, right? So you’ll need to show your love and share your thoughts on our articles by visiting The Magical Buffet’s Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram accounts.
Along with our shiny new site, you’ll notice there is now a Shop category. That’s right, we’ve got merchandise! And not some lame-o self-promotion stuff, but things that hopefully you will think are cool and be proud to wear or welcome into your home. Here’s a few of those items in my home!
Obviously I wouldn’t be typing this if not for the support of all the readers, publicists, authors, and publishers that think The Magical Buffet has something to offer people. And honestly, I can’t come up with words to thank you all for your support, enthusiasm, and patience. I continue to struggle with my headaches and my health affects every aspect of my life, The Magical Buffet included. Yet everyone is still here, even me! THANK YOU!
As further thanks, say hello to the best giveaway ever! I reached out to two fantastic publishers, New World Library and Inner Traditions, and asked if they would each give me a copy of one of my favorite books that they ever published…..and they did! These two books mean a lot to me, and hope whoever wins them finds them as inspiring and insightful as I do!
From New World Library we’ve got “Sit Down and Shut Up: Punk Rock Commentaries on Buddha, God, Truth, Sex, Death, & Dogen’s Treasury of the Right Dharma Eye” by Brad Warner, and Inner Traditions was kind of enough to send me a copy of “Phantom Armies of The Night: The Wild Hunt and the Ghostly Processions of the Undead” by Claude Lecouteux. What do these books have in common? Absolutely nothing except that I freakin’ love them to pieces!
We’re doing the Rafflecopter thing! Contest ends Sunday, October 7, 2018 at 11:59pm eastern. Good luck!