In stealth, we have begun!

Posted by Dana Simpson in Blog | Tagged | 15 Comments

The official launch date for “Heavenly Nostrils” is tomorrow! But I have snuck in a day early, because I never do things by the rules. Also “snuck” is so a word.

Go look! And then read it every day!

 

15 Responses to In stealth, we have begun!

  1. having trouble subscrbing to the RSS feed – it is coming up as a 404 error on feedburner.

  2. cass says:

    RSS feed isn’t working, but I’ve put it in my daily bookmarks. Been looking forward to this for ages! So excited for you.

  3. Jeffrey Hope says:

    Nice start.

  4. Anonymouse says:

    Technically because of timezone difference you released it on 23rd here, so no sneaking for you!

  5. Frith Ra says:

    The net was down on Monday & Sunday was the youngest’s birthday so I finally got on this AM & instantly bookmarked the site.

    Looking forward to at least as long a run as O&M, maybe even with the blue string going mainstream.

  6. Museum Dragon says:

    It’s been such a long road, hasn’t it? It’s too bad it took so long, but I don’t think any of us realized how stubborn resistance would be to recognizing new talent through the turn of this last century. I’m so glad it’s finally coming together.

  7. St John says:

    Go Dana – stick to your guns. “Snuck” is absolutely a real word. I want to form a defence league to protect the rights of poor, abused “snuck” from all the snobs who just want to shoot people down. We have the advantage of heavy artillery – “snuck” is attested and supported by the Oxford English Dictionary.

  8. King Ploobis says:

    EH-veh-buddy muzz geh STOOOOONED!

  9. rem says:

    How many newpapers are carrying the strip right now?

    • Dana says:

      None yet! We’re doing the online launch first; I’m hoping to snag the newspaper launch slot they’ll have in a few months. The strip being a big hit online would really help. :)

  10. I remember you from your “Ozy and Millie” days, and I’m enjoying the strip so far. Gonna track it.

    So, if Marigold and Princess Celestia were to fight, who would win?

  11. David F. says:

    Did you ever get that slot?

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