Debut Post: Author Site & Blog

So this is the millionth blog/site I’ve created in this current lifetime.  I tend to start these things with a lot of energy and write many entertaining posts which receive a lot of reaction.  That’s great.  I enjoy interacting with people through blogging and I’ve learned a lot over the years.

Then something happens.  I’m not sure what (maybe it’s something different each time), but the site reaches a crescendo, a climax in literary terms, and then I lose interest.   I stop blogging and epically disappoint the many bloggers who tend to jump onto the wave.

This time around I’m going to keep it simple.  I’m going to write about writerly nonsense that will likely be interesting only to those vicious nerds who share my appetite for lit crit and creative bullshit.  You’ll probably hear me whine a little about how hard it is to find your way into an unpredictable writer’s market and you’ll hear me debate about issues with literary thematics and devices.  Likely, I’ll be posting a few times a week and will try my best to pace myself.

I hope you enjoy what’s to come.  If the past  is any predictor of the future, then this will be a short but grand ride.  If I’ve transformed into a new beast with a different appetite, then maybe we’ll be together for the long haul.

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  1. wanderingjon

    Serendipity Abounds! The social aspect of blogging is the most difficult for me. But I do see the necessity in it. I am extremely fortunate to have started mine as you began yours. I look forward to reading your advice. Your honesty is refreshing. Thank you.

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