Saturday, April 12, 2014

A to Z Challenge—S.K.-isms! K is for . . .



K is for Kineticized. Stands for . . . wait for it . . . Kineticized. Say what? Well, example:


“Kevin, oh my gosh!”
“What? What happened?”
Gabby grinned. “I just read Kinetic.”
“Oh, give me a high five. You’ve been Kineticized!”


*S.K.’s original. Want to be Kineticized too? You know what to do. Yup, I went there. #SorryNotSorry :P
**Characters from Static. No, it didn’t happen. That would be weird!
***Check out Michael Di Gesu's blog today for an "original" intro to Kinetic ;)

40 comments:

  1. Hi S.K, after I read Kinetic I am sure I too will be Kineticized ;)
    Love the word.

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    1. Become Kineticized at your own risk, Rachna...you've been warned! :D

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  2. Michael is The Blurb King!
    He did a fabulous job with your book!
    Kineticized sounds so snazzy... lovely word!

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    1. He really did! For a slight second I thought he got the wrong book o_0

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  3. Of course I love it! How could I not love it? I've been Kineticized and regret nothing. Nothing, I say.

    Michael's blurb made me want to read it all over again! I was like, "What? What happens next?" and then I remembered that I already knew what happened...and then I REALLY wanted to read it again.

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    1. NOTHING? Atta girl!
      I know...now I'm freaking out the book doesn't do his intro any justice o_o

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  4. I have Kinetic on my kindle, so I'm sure I'll be using this one soon :)

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  5. K also for Katherine, a lovely name. I must read 'Kinetic' - I feel the need to be ism-ed.

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    1. Aww thanks, Fanny! Being ism-ed could be dangerous...do so lightly :P

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  6. Great word. and yes I finally made it over to your blog.

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    1. James, you did make it! Whoop whoop! lol

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  7. Ha! Great word. These are enjoyable.

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  8. Thanks a great deal for experiencing this splendor weblog with me. I am appreciating it quite a lot! Seeking forward to yet another wonderful website. Good luck to the writer! all the very best...does this mean I will be receiving another monkey poem? LOL

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    1. My last comment to you was sent to spam...I would wonder why that happened, except I did copy and paste a real spam in the beginning. lol I guess I'm not surprised. I love our silly comments, always look forward to reading them :D

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  9. I'm Kineticized, and I'm glad I am.

    Love,
    Janie

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  10. Enjoying being Staticzied at the moment. :)

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    1. Oooh, you're making me jealous...it's an ugly thing, but Static is worth it.

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    2. Staticized!!!! OMG...can't wait to reStaticize you after I've revised it with your notes :D

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    3. Lynda...I hope he agrees with you that its worth it...ugh...

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  11. Love your NEW WORD,... S.K.

    I guess I'm Kineticized too! I have to be since I wrote your intro! LOL

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    1. Damn skippy you are! :D
      I absolutely love your intro. Write my whole book now...do eeeeet!!!!

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  12. And Michael's intro was right up there with a Morgan Freeman film trailer! Oh, wait, is there a book trailer? Because, I gotta tell ya, if you really want peeps "Kineticized", that oughtta bring it home:)

    WriterlySam
    Echoes of Olympus
    A to Z #TeamDamyanti

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    1. I would love that! A Morgan Freeman film trailer...sigh....

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  13. Just stopping by to say "Hi" from the A-Z list and wish you good luck with the rest of the challenge :)

    Great theme xx

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    1. Yeah, Michael did a great job, thanks :D

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  15. Oh, and I meant to say it's a cool word, too.

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  16. I'm going to have to check this one out--keep hearing about it but havent had a chance to yet.

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