Hello, faithful readers!
2018 was a good year for me, in terms of keeping this blog. Not only did I pick up several new subscribers and finish another novel, I managed to write some pretty decent criticism and kept a schedule to my satisfaction – I think I only missed one post this year that I hadn’t planned for. I managed to keep at least one week of backlog most of the time, usually closer to two, and got well over 90% of my posts scheduled ahead of time, rather than frantically scrambling to post them sometime on Friday.
This year I have more ambitious goals. I’m about 20% of the way through a rewrite of Schrodinger’s Book, which I hope to publish as an ebook sometime this year. I’m also working on a submission for a comic anthology, a webcomic (maybe?) of my own and another novel of a scifi flavor. I intend to do some more writing on writing, of course, and most of it will appear on this blog in one form or another. But to kick off the year, I intend to take a short break. My next post on this blog will come on February 1st, and it will likely be more writing on writing, as I plan to take another break in March to attend to personal business. In April I hope to start on my next big fiction project, tentatively titled Pay the Piper.
I am very, very glad for all those who have come to read something I’ve written and especially grateful to those who have stuck around to read my work week after week. I hope it’s brought you as much enjoyment as I’ve gotten in writing it, and I hope you’ll stick with me through 2019. Thanks,