I’m a fan, what do I say?

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Published on: April 18, 2013

It’s crazy to think it, but there might be so much information available on celebrities that when you meet one, you have nothing to say:).

Seriously, I recently had a brief back-and-forth with Hugh Howey over Twitter–he’s awesome–and I felt stifled by all the information I’d received through various internet channels. Interviews, websites, and blogs have a ton of information, and I haven’t viewed all of them. But that’s the thing, I don’t want to ask him interview questions, I just want to strike up a conversation. I don’t want to ask him about success or about how he became a writer even though all of that is very interesting. I don’t even want to ask about what he’s going to write next, or that I’m excited to read his latest book. (You can find the title yourself, you’re connected.)

What I want to do is shoot the shit with him. Based on my interpretation of some of his writing, writing-style, and one of his interviews, I think I like the way he, uh, thinks.

Anyway, I guess I’m opening up this post for the philosophical discussion about connecting with people when you know them only indirectly, or maybe not at all. My contention is that you just go for it. So, I’m just going to ask him what his favorite flavor of ice cream is or something, and see what happens:). <=Okay, maybe not. But you see my point.


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