I’ve been wanting to put up some sort of story, but I’m a bit paranoid about spoiling anything in my actual novel. Most of my stories aren’t so goofy, but it’s two in the morning and I spent a good bit of the day reminiscing over ridiculous adventures with old friends. So, let us delve into our first…
Please notice that the s is missing a parenthesis. I have a following! As it turns out, my wife has been reading my blog. Myself and my wife, that makes plural. Readers.
Aside from overnight fame, I’ve also put up a banner of my main cast for my upcoming novel.
This post ended up being a bit of a ramble with no clear conclusion. I’ll file this under philosophical musings and I/We can go off on it in other directions if philosophy is the tea that a good portion of my future following likes to drink. So, if you were looking for a post that really targeted in on censorship, that Censor Ship has sailed. Give it a read though.
So, Dear Reader(s), blogging is harder than I expected. I’m enjoying it though. I suppose what matters more is that my audience enjoys me. So, at the moment I have 100% audience satisfaction. A benefit to being my only reader.
I have tons of ideas for posts but a majority are for after the release of my first novel. So let’s do a behind the scenes.
So, Dear Reader(s), what do I write? I’ll answer this (self-posed) question to give prospective readers a better idea of what to expect from my stories.
I currently have myself listed as a writer of fantasy and science fiction but this hardly says anything. My first novel will be (or is so far) more fantasy-centric, science fiction not taking the front and center.
An update from the future… wow, this shit is pretty awful! This update comes after a month of blogging and I’ve already opened up quite a bit. I’ll leave the post intact for historical purposes. All right, get on with your reading.
The enclosed s is for hope, for at this moment I write for an audience of one. If I am not to be counted, then I suppose I write for an audience of none.