Hey everyone! Just a couple bits of news:
Now, over to Bob for a couple words…
Hey folks, Bob Sparker here! Haha, wow, I’m used to performing, but talkin’ direct to people is a little new for me. I’m kinda nervous! Sorry if it shows.
Anyway, all of us here at Queen Stardust HQ have been absolutely bowled over by the response to Bad Memories and Shock ‘Til You Drop. Thanks a million, folks! We got a lot in store for ya, and we hope you enjoy it. Me, the boss, Mr. King, and a bunch more types you haven’t met yet are all really excited to get these shows on the road! Stay tuned!
Like the boss said, feel free to bug us via the askbox. I’m always up to answerin’ stuff, so’s Mr. King, and I bet I could even wrangle Alice and Sam into it too, so knock yourselves out.
That’s all for now, folks! Love ya!
"It’ll be fine," I insisted. "It’s nothing to be afraid of."
What you did was you leaned into the street like a marathon runner, and when you heard the sound of a car coming around the curve, you got ready to dash across. Sometimes the cars would try to get out of the way if they were fast enough, but most of the time they just kept going.
I went first. I ran across the road in front of a four-door sedan that clattered so hard it sounded like it was gonna collapse.
"Now look," I said, waving to Rob as I waited on the other side. "I’ll do it again. See?"
The second car was some big truck, and I must have gone a little early because it really laid into its horn as I passed by. I made it back to Robbie’s side of the street, panting, catching my breath with my hands on my knees.
"Great," he mumbled. "Can we go home now?"
"What? You haven’t even gone yet."
"I don’t want to," he said. "This is boring."