Not sure how to interpret that. It's true, though -- after missing some days I then did "L is for..." and followed it with "K is for..." and you all took it in stride, so I'm just going to assume that you were assuming that I was doing my own alien alphabet in which K follows L, and I'll move on to M, which is for "My, wouldn't it be nice to help some people make a film with Bai Ling."
The film in question is Yellow Hill,
Yellow Hill: The Stranger's Tale is the first in a series of films. In Yellow Hill, Bai Ling discovers the fate of her father from whom she was separated a decade earlier -- beginning an epic confrontation between Chinese settlers and a desperate mob. They'll be modern Sergio-Leone-esque films.
The film is written and directed by Ross Bigley, the genius behind Petty Cash:
And needs funding. Right now, you can donate at IndieGoGo, a crowdsourcing kind of site. Click here to go directly to the Yellow Hill fundraising page.
And for you people who don't have $5 to give (we all have $5 to give, right?) I'll do this: Post a link to the Yellow Hill fundraising site on your blog and ask people to go to it, and I will award you 1,000 points in the Star Wars Blogathon.
Not taking part in the Star Wars Blogathon? Here's another sweet deal: Post that link and ask people to go to it and I will give you one e-copy of any of my books, free. (Find my books here.)
That's M. Now back to the Blogathon, where we have to expose who got WHAMMIED!
Answerer number 3 was...
Author PT Dilloway, who missed out by 26 minutes. Michael, who didn't get any points for answering because he didn't place his wager in a comment before the question was posted (I told you this was complicated) nonetheless caused PT to WHAMMY! There was no change in the overall standings, though.
In other matters: Don't forget your blogfest entries, due 4/29: any post on the theme Han shot first, but Time-Traveling Elvis Shot Second gets you an entry. Winner gets $10 from Amazon.
And the winner of the weekly drawing for commenters was Stephen Hayes, who hasn't yet attempted to answer a question but nonetheless wins two e-books of his choice from this list of authors:
A. Me (list of books available here).
B. Rusty Webb. (list of books available here.)
C. Andrew Leon (List of books available here.)
D. PT Dilloway. (List of books available here.)
E. Cindy Borgne. (List of books available here.)
F. Alex J. Cavanaugh. (List of books available here.)
G. Michael Offutt. (List of books available here.)
H. Sandra Ulbrich Almazan. (List of books available here.)
And here's today's question, Question 52 of the Great 100-ish Day Star Wars Blogathon, worth 19 points:
How long before Young Eopies are able to walk on their own after birth?
A. A month.
B. 12 parsecs.
D. A week.
E. Several minutes.
For the record: I didn't even know what this question meant when I read it. Here's Qui-Gon and an Eopie, and I still don't know anything more than I did:
Also: It's worse than I thought. I did K twice. So I've pretty much blown this A To Z thing.