Continuing from Part 1 of my book tour, I was still in Denver, having changed plans to fly to LA for the People’s Choice Awards instead of the originally planned Austin (which was rescheduled for later). Yet, since the PCA’s only invited us FOUR DAYS BEFORE THE EVENT, Mum and Dad didn’t have suitable clothes… Read more!
I was so excited to visit Germany – my ancestral homeland! Of course, “dachshund” meaning “badger dog” in German. We first arrived in Frankfurt where we headed straight to Rothenburg ob der Tauber, a picturesque little town featuring the iconic Bavarian wood framed houses. It’s also renowned for the fact that it’s one of the… Read more!
Today was the day I was supposed to fly home from Florida, but guess what? I said heck with that, so I slipped Dad’s credit card out of his wallet, called up the airline, and extended our stay for another week. Because I haven’t finished my tan yet, of course. That, and I’m not really… Read more!
Today is my birthday, which I imagine must be an internationally celebrated holiday by this point. And although most people would say I don’t look a day over 3 (including myself), I am in fact turning 7 year’s old. I probably would have fallen into a catastrophic midlife crisis if 7 hadn’t been my favorite number.… Read more!
I know it’s been a while since I’ve done a regular, day-in-the-life, news-of-late, how I’m doin’-kinda blog post. Well, so far 2016 has been a busy year for me, despite me thinking I’d take a bit of a break after my book tour in November 2015. In fact, I’m writing this blog via the high-speed… Read more!
When you live a life chock-full of media and celebrity appearances, you need to make sure your visual presentation is top notch. Now, I’ve always invested heavily into cutting-edge physical training programs to refine my build, and have a wardrobe bigger than my Mum and Dad combined, but there’s one thing I’ve never really put… Read more!
Atlanta marks the end to my book tour blog posts. Last but not least. But just like Dallas, I didn’t really know what to expect with Atlanta. My first impression was that it was “prettier” than I expected – not that I thought it wouldn’t be, but it was just so lush what with all… Read more!
When I’m talking about a ‘BIG D’, I’m not talking about myself (although applicable). I’m talking about Dallas, where they do it up BIG. I landed in Dallas, Texas, after the first four stops on the Crusoe Tour, including; NYC, LA, California Cruising, and San Francisco. Now let me tell you straight, I really didn’t know… Read more!