And there’s a correlation here. If you post it, they will come. Or something like that. In any event, the more we blog, the more interest our blog generates. So I have no one to blame but myself if nobody ever stops by to see what I’m writing about.
This negligence is not only for lack of something to write. Frequently throughout my day, I think something like, “I should blog about that.” But then I don’t. So, henceforth, I resolve to make an effort to remedy this situation.
Here’s the plan. From now on, I’ll do my best to blog three times a week, as per this schedule:
Thursdays will be devoted to Thursday’s Thoughts. This probably won’t be much different from Monday Musings except a different day. I usually have at least two thoughts per week, sometimes as many as three. So I should be able to come up with something different each of these days. If not, well… TV networks do re-runs, right? And they make tons of money! So why can’t I do the same for free?
On Saturdays, I’ll post a Saturday Situation Report in which I bring you up to speed on the status of my writing endeavors. And I just know you’ll await these weekly updates with giddy anticipation. And, once the post finally appears, you’ll hang on every word as you read the scintillating details of my writing life.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that the new blogging schedule for Y’s Words shall begin tomorrow, June 14, 2012, with the first edition of Thursday’s Thoughts.
Meanwhile, I’ll share some pics with you. Unless you’re blind, you’ve already noticed them. Other than the first image, the statue of the gnome writing in a book, they were taken at the Ohioana Book Festival in Columbus last month. The Ohioana Library Association recently posted them to Facebook, along with a few hundred other photos taken that day.
In the first shot, I’m sitting at the book signing table, looking windblown, and busily not selling books. In the second picture, I’m participating in a panel discussion about writing science fiction and fantasy. (That’s me along the right edge, nearly cut off.) And the third pic is of my sister, Holly, talking to some author whose name I don’t know, for which I apologize. I’d be happy to give her due credit if I knew who she was. I’d even be happy to link to her website. But the only person in the picture I recognize is Holly, and she doesn’t have a website to link to.
So here you are. A new blogging era begins. See you tomorrow for Thursday’s Thoughts!