Saturday, November 13, 2010

Scott Nicholson

Go to the principal's office.

51 comments :

  1. ?? I think something went wrong on this blog post.

    randymir@gmail.com

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  2. No--Scott was finally busted and sent to the prncipal. Why am i NOT surprised? SHOCKING!

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  3. I finally get to the current day's post for once... lost on the blog tour.

    dreamer dot ima at gmail dot com

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  4. Scott keeps reposting the same blog post that was rescheduled for next week. And is ignoring all emails and group messages from The Big Red Pencil. LOL. The repost has now streamed over to my Facebook page three times. Do you think he'll notice this - I just emailed all 15 of the group bloggers to stop by and leave a message. I'm having entirely too much fun!

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  5. Scott, I say, grab your backpack and lunch and run to the playground. Have fun. You've been set free and the principal can't catch you.

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  6. Scott, you bad boy. My original post (1st after you re-posted!) is not showing, so here goes:
    Nice post and a good site also. Count me in for the Kindle.
    Paul
    mrluckyATcharterDOTnet

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  7. I'm confused, but it's been that kind of day.

    bluefrog62@yahoo.com

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  8. Oops! I guess you have to expect a glitch now and then when you do a 3 month blog tour.

    lorraine_lanning[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  9. better him than me! I spent enough time there when I was a kid!

    email in blogger profile.

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  10. Enter me please.
    chey127 at hotmail dot com

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  11. Hahahaha! Well, at least a few of us are having a good time!

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  12. He's finally gone 'round the bend!

    dulcibelle [at] earthlink [dot] net

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  13. It's been a lonnnnnnnnnnng time since I've been sent to the principal's office!

    bonnje@embarqmail.com

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  14. I hope you all come back sometime. Regge and I found what, I think, was to be his post today on his blog
    http://hauntedcomputer.blogspot.com/2010/11/writing-talk.html
    Give it a try. I'm sure that any principal has his hands too full around this "parent/teacher conferences" time of year to bother calling Scott down today...on a Saturday! Come on! That phrase still puts the flop in the stomach, like seeing flashing lights behind you, what have I done now!

    Jeff White.... whitejw@ameritech.net

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  15. Please count this one as today's entry! ;-)

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  16. Took me a while to figure this out...but I'm in. It would be fun to win...

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  17. Well, I guess we all get caught every once in a while!

    Cici
    cicistheories@gmail.com

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  18. Do I dare tell everyone this is NOT part of the contest? LOL.

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  19. Yep, this time he didn't escape the pincipal's justice.

    wakincade AT gmail DOT com

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  20. What a hoot. I missed the fun all day. Not usually online much on the weekends. Noticed Scott has been absent, too.... Oh, that's right, he's at the principal's office.

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  21. This book sounds good, thank you.
    iloveegypt602 at yahoo dot com

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  22. You've been a baaaaaaaad boy! :)

    inannajourney at gmail dot com

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  23. It happens to the best of us.
    hmhenderson AT yahoo DOT com

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  24. What happened?

    kissinoak at frontier dot com

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  25. There's been a rescheduling, but everyone who commented here will be added for a separate giveaway--we'll just have to skip this stop as a Kindle giveaway because some comments have been lost and it's not fair to those people. Sorry for the confusion, though "Go to the principal's office" is a pretty good guest post!


    Scott

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  26. Straight to the point... I think...

    Armand Rosamilia

    armandrosamilia@gmail.com

    "Highway To Hell" extreme zombie novella from Armand Rosamilia

    http://rymfireebooks.com/armand.html

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  27. This post sounds like it's from an editor who takes one quick look at a client's manuscript and decides to save a whole lot of blood-red pencils.

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  28. This is hysterical! What a way to grab someone's attention!

    Margay1122(at)aol(dot)com

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  29. Maybe we should do something like this more often. It sure has generated a lot of comments and everyone - except the most confused - have seemed to get it.

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  30. With his monumental blog schedule, I'm just surprised that he hasn't missed out before now. Enjoy your day off, Scott.


    caity_mack at yahoo dot com

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  31. Ohhh! You're in trouble mister!
    emily_erickson@yahoo.com

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  32. Honestly, Scott, I don't think anyone ever gets this much attention at BRP. You should be sitting in the principal's office with a smug grin on your face. :)

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  33. Well, this is certainly a different kind of post . . . I wonder what would happen if I did something similar on my blog? Would I get dozens of comments?

    Hummm, probably not.

    Thank you,
    Greg "The Undead Rat" Fisher

    theundeadrat (@) gmail (.) com

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  35. And truly, it was all unintentional and simply a last-ditch effort to get Scott's attention! The original post will reappear next week as part of our e-books special that will continue until the end of the month. I expect Scott will figure out how to get everyone's emails added to the drawings. Thanks for playing along, everyone!

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  36. coscomentertainment at gmail dot com

    Think something went wrong with your post, Scott. Look forward to the "real" one hopefully soon.

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  37. One for the books

    dalelmurphy(at)gravesidetales(dot)com

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  38. Lol.. Things happen. ;)

    Count me in for a Kindle!

    LaQuiet(at)gmail(dot)com

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  39. Love it!

    josephafisch@gmail.com

    Joe F.

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  40. I'm a gambler so I'll gamble on leaving a comment.

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  41. Gee whiz! I went to the principal's office once. He gave me Coke and a candy bar. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com

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  42. Ok, I'll have to check the list again to see where to go to now. I had posted on one of the other sites and it didn't post my comment so I reposted, should go check to see if it ever got posted.

    jessangil at gmail dot com

    -Jessica

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  43. Well, I'm still following the blog tour, no matter what happens!

    Thanks,
    Tracey D
    booklover0226 at gmail dot com

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  44. Foooor the Kindle contest!
    blue_krista83@hotmail.com

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  45. Funny!
    sasluvbooks(at)yahoo.com

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