After much thought, I’ve decided to take a break from regular blogging for a while.
Come on, it’s not that bad, I promise.
It’s just that I have a lot on my plate now – day job, Raven’s Blood, some freelance editing, a semblance of a social life – and taking the time to write two posts a week is really eating into what I have left. (Especially as, despite all my sensible advice, winter weariness and SAD is kicking my butt right now.) Something’s gotta give, and for the next while it’s going to be the 2-3000 words I spend blogging every week.
That doesn’t mean no blogging at all, because having a platform for saying what I think (even if no-one’s listening) is more addictive than blue meth – so I’ll probably pop up now and then to spout off. But the usual two-posts-a-week schedule is getting retired for about, hmm, two months or so. Hopefully that’ll be enough time to really knock off a big chunk of the novel, get some other projects out of the way and build up a head of energy again for sharing my feelpinions.
Please. It’ll be okay. I’ll be back soon enough. Just like Dan Harmon.
2 replies on “A hiatus in E minor”
I should do the same. I probably won’t, mind you, but I should.
Good luck with the hiatus. Hope we get some Raven’s Blood out of it. (Where are you with that, anyway?)
Nowhere near where I should be, which is my main reason for taking a break.