Wednesday, October 11, 2006


So I finally broke down and did it - created a myspace page. I know, I know. Like I have any time in the world to be learning more html OR making friends. But so many of my writing buds were on there that I decided to take the plunge, do things as simply as I could and establish a sorta presence.

Well, I haven't been live three days and I've already received an invitation to join some hot single sexy group - you don't even want to see the picture that came with the offer.

Which begs the question - wasn't myspace originally a teen environment?

So why do I feel like I just put my foot into the next biggest porn club on the internet? And my bio clearly says I'm married - which begs the "single" portion of the invitation altogether. There's a picture of my with my cat, Vinnie, in the photos and I would think that would negate the "sexy" portion of the invitation. Not to mention, that if these people take any cues at all from astrological signs, I'm a Virgo.

So do you myspace? If so, what's the strangest invitation you've gotten?


Tori Lennox said...

I'm avoiding myspace like the plague. I have enough trouble keeping up with my blog and email. I have two websites that need massive updates that I've avoided for eons, too. Way too much typing required.

Finished up RUMBLE last night! I loved it!!!

Jana DeLeon said...

Hi Tori - I'm so glad you loved Rumble! Yeah! I'm beginning to think I should have avoided myspace too. (sigh) Maybe it just takes a while to screen out the kooks.

Colleen Gleason said...

Yes, I MySpace. I've met some cool people there, but also a lot of weirdos.

Invitations from "sexy" people or just plain weird stuff.

I don't visit as often as I used to; but I'm sure that will change when my book comes out.

Jana DeLeon said...

Yeah, I wish we could screen out the weird, unless they're buying books, of course. :)

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