Filed under: twitchhiker project | Tags: car rental, curvature of space-time, evening chronicle, examiner.com, media coverage, tyneside
Gah. Drowning. Requests for press and interviews everywhere. It’s a great situation to be in, but there are emails from last week I haven’t got around to answering yet and there just aren’t enough hours in the day. My choice is simple. I either create more hours in the day, or create a whole new day altogether. Both options might sound appealing, but don’t think they’d be doing you any favours. If I do invent them, they’re mine. I need them right now so back the hell off, alright?
I made into the Evening Chronicle yesterday, my local paper. Page 3. All of it. Seriously, there isn’t another story or advert on it. Me me me. Thanks to a photo shot from below and me squinting into the sun, I look like exactly the sort of menacing nutjob you wouldn’t want in the car with you.
Aside from scaring the population of Tyneside witless, I’m also featured in the blog of a German (I think) car rental website. As you do. I’ll admit, it’s been a busy few days and I may have unwittingly endorsed foreign vehicle rental to travel the continent, but I don’t think so. There’s also an interview with me on a US site called Examiner.com – thanks to Katie for a snug, fun piece.
There are unread mails and messages regarding press, photography, filming and sponsorship and I’m trying to plough through them all, so if you’ve been in touch, please stick with me. Should I manage to bend the curvature of space-time into a more convenient shape, I’ll be with you as soon as I can.
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