You regret for me to inform you, Dear Reader, that I am ending my unannounced hiatus. Continue reading “Hiatus Hiatus”
Welcome, Dear Readers, to the first installment of Megalomania Monday, where the topic will be?
You guessed it!
Koala bears dismantling the human way of life, and quite possibly our bodies, via use of their psychic powers.
That’s right. Manifesto Monday on a Wednesday. That’s how far behind I am. I could change it to Manifesto Wednesday but that would sound stupid. I’m saving Wednesday for Writing Prompts.
Besides, I like it. Sounds like a D&D ripoff. Manifestos and Mondays. Sounds intimidating. I’d rather face a dragon than a Monday anytime.
Dear Readers, where do I begin?
Let’s start with the new name for my Tales from the Tabletop section! I decided that the previous names I suggested for replacement would leave me in competition with an industry I have no hope of overcoming.
A quick search revealed that pornography has firm real estate within the realm of tabletops, as far as fucking is concerned.
At least I think “Readers” should still be plural. I’m pretty sure my wife is still reading. Oh well, I’m future proofing.
Anyways, my wife and I were talking on the way back from aforementioned meeting. She said to me, voice dripping with envy to a degree I’m definitely not exaggerating, “Inspiration doesn’t strike me as easily as it does you.”
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.
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.