Welcome to Plug Day!

Welcome, Dear Readers, to Plug Day here at the blog. Maybe you are asking yourselves, “But what is Plug Day?”   

Does it mean we will be going bathtub stopper shopping?

Does it mean  my husband, 37,  will finally be doing something about his hairline?

Or does the word “plug” in Plug Day mean we will be discussing my retired race horse, Sedentariat?

Me and Sedintariat. (I'm the one on the right)
Me and Sedentariat  (I’m the one on the right)

Helena Hann-Basquiat’s New E-Book

The actual reason I’m calling today, Plug Day, is because today I would like to give you all a heads up about a fellow writer/ blogger,  Helena Hann-Basquiat, who has a new e-book that will be coming out this spring.

Helena is Binge-Read Worthy

I started reading the stories on Helena’s blog about her adventures in California  the other night and,  after reading the first story,  I was hooked and went on to binge read  her entire California series.

And  I must say, I’m  looking forward to getting all Helena’s delightful stories in one convenient e-book!

Here’s Helena’s soon-to-be released e-book:

Helena Hann-Basquiat''s Memiors of a Dilettante Volume One


COMING SPRING 2014 — official date TBA

Memoirs of a Dilettante is a collection of reminiscences, following Helena Hann-Basquiat, a self-proclaimed dilettante who will try anything just to say that she has, and her twenty-something niece, who she has dubbed the Countess Penelope of Arcadia, in their off-beat antics in such places as common as the local McDonald’s or the comic book store, to their travels to Miami for the search for the perfect Cuban sandwich. Interspersed between wacky one-off adventures, Helena tells personal, sometimes painful stories from her past in order to try and make sense of her life as it has played out, tempering everything with an indomitable sense of humour.

Cummerbund Bandersnatch, the Accidental Plagiarist, strippers, rock stars, geeks, freaks, and the Barista With No Name — these are just a few of the characters you’ll meet inside.

Discover Helena’s tales for the first time or all over again, with new notes and annotations for the culturally impaired — or for those who just need to know what the hell was going through her mind at the time!

If you just can’t wait and you want a taste of Helena’s writing, follow her blog: http://helenahannbasquiat.wordpress.com/

If you just can’t get enough Helena, or you want updates on further goings on, release dates and miscellaneous mayhem, follow Helena on Twitter @hhbasquiat

Well that concludes Plug Day at the blog for today, Dear Readers. Join me next time on Plug Day where we will be discussing either bathtub stoppers or 37’s hairline — whichever turns out to be more interesting.

Until next time . . . I love you

23 thoughts on “Welcome to Plug Day!

  1. I saw your title and thought this was the post for me having just bought a new bathplug (one of the many purchases you need when buying a home for the first time, right up there with a wall mounted kitchen roll holder).

    After I got over my initial disappointment I realised I am also planning on going to California this year so this book may make good reading for my trip, so my mood was flipped instantly.

    And just for the record, I bought a lovely chrome bathplug, it’s ever so shiny. But then my bathroom ceiling fell down which kinda detracted from the bathplug.

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