Have you ever wanted to own your very own bit of outer space?
Perhaps a handful of gravel from Mars or a chunk of moon rock, or maybe you’re thinking a bit bigger… how about a planet, star or black hole?
Now you can own your very own piece of the universe
Come and visit as we are celebrating the official launch with a new product we call The Sizzler. Can you guess what it is? Check it out here.
In case you are wondering where this fits in with my regular postings, it was inspired by my soon to be released book How to make an Alien which involves outer space. I set up this site to engage with lovers of outer space (and aliens 🙂 ). I thought it would be a great way of continuing with the fun in the book.
Check out the site and leave a message to let me know what you think. Better still, subscribe too.
So, you think you’re funnier than me?
We’re launching a new page called ‘Submit a joke’. Click here to find out more.
Humour me on this one. I wanted to try the ‘polling’ toy in this software to see how it works, plus at the same time, get some feedback from regular subscribers. For those who missed the last freebie, check this link for details.
By popular demand, I’ve been requested to create a character profile page on the home menu. Check it out by clicking here.
At present it champions 3 Just Outside the Box regulars – Bill and Ben the Little Alien Men, Dave the Dot to Dot Dinosaur and Doug the Dung Beetle. As more characters emerge, I’ll add their profile to it.
If you want to find out more about these little guys, just click that ‘Leave a reply’ box at the bottom of the post and ask a question about one of them (it’s not that hard and you might have a bit of fun by doing so – hint, hint).
Unlike my day job email in tray, I look forward to being inundated with queries for this one!
Everybody loves a freebie (well, at least I do). So, in the spirit of giving, I’ve set up a Freebies page which I plan to add to over time. If you have a freebie idea, please leave a comment at the bottom of the Freebies page.
Remember the freebie golden rules:
- must be downloadable from the site
- requires minimal effort to grab your freebie (ie, it’s easy to print an A4 file, harder to print an A1 poster!)
To celebrate the launching of the Freebies page, it’s timely that the first freebie on offer is a 2012 wall calendar.
Click here to get to the Freebies page (or go to the website and look for Freebeis page in the header).