When I looked at the calendar the other day, something rattled in the back of my head. I was forgetting something, but I couldn’t determine what it was. No, it wasn’t the 45th anniversary of the Eagle landing at Tranquility Base. It wasn’t until I received a bill for renewing my web host that I realized what anniversary was approaching.
As of July 22nd, I have been blogging for one year. More importantly to me, I have posted at least once for 51 of those 52 weeks. I have been a member of LiveJournal for over ten years. I have never been good at consistently updating it. I would post weekly for a month or so and then go silent for two or three. Because of that history, I had some concerns about if I would find things to write about every week.
My concerns turned out to be unfounded. As of today I have 109 posts in the blog. Three of those are guest posts, one book blast, and a note saying there would be no posts that week because of a personal emergency. I think I’ve done very well.
So what’s coming up? I’ve got ideas for posts about things that inspired me, tools I’m using to write, cons I will be attending, and a few other things that are tucked up my sleeve. There will be guest posts every so often also. I plan to do some tweaking of my site’s design, as soon as I figure out the exact changes I want to make. And soon I hope to be making announcements about my books.