Bugging out!

Whoa! 

First of all, I’ve been trying to write this post for the last few weeks (replace weeks with months!) Even now the mouse is hovering dangerously close to the “cancel post” option (sigh). Why has it been such a struggle to write, you ask?  Stop being nosey, I respond. No, no, just kidding (I think). There’s just been too much going on. From deaths, to births…birthdays, baptisms, and moving. Now it’s hotter than hot when it’s supposed to be not <<improper grammar, yes, sue me!

There is a point to this rant, and when I remember it, you’ll be the first to know!

In the meantime, I’m in need of some advice. I’ve recently learned that as an author, I’m supposed to do more things to connect with my readers, such as blogging. This idea is great in theory, but when you can’t think of anything to write about, well…

I had a great idea for a series of articles until my very astute husband pointed out that perhaps my topics should be related to “writing”, since I’m a writer and all. After the marching band in my parade died down, I realized he might have a point.

So I put it to you, dear readers! Now that things have calmed down, and I’m able to steal an hour or two, what should the focus of my blog be? I’m pretty sure it shouldn’t be a barrage of advertising for my novella-The Irony of Vengeance (not-so-shameless plug)-now available for purchase here. Nor should it be this ho-hum, post-every-two-months deal. Let me know what you think!

 

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One thought on “Bugging out!

  1. Kenner Wilcox says:

    Maybe, once a week on the weekends you could write your blog and it can include anything that might spark your brain for inspiration for your next book maybe some other type of publication. Just a suggestion!

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