Yes, nothing will kill a site or a blog more certainly than fade. I am still here – just been off in the real world trying to make sure I keep the day job. It’s been a struggle lately. Lots to learn and a short time frame to learn it in. Having caught up with day job, I could turn to other things.
I turned in my story submission for Dogs Of War yesterday. It clocked in a little over 4,800 words. It’s a little silly, but I’m hoping it will be greeted favorably. I’m interested to hear what the editor thinks, but also more than a little concerned. I suspect that even if I ever reach a lofty authorial position there will still be the nagging part in the back of my mind telling me I’m not really that good and that somebody will uncover the fraud any moment now.
I’m going to attempt to get a few more tweaks to the web site up and running. I’m still crashing about and messing things up. I’ve got about 90% of the connection thingy set up so these will post directly to Facebook rather than forcing me to copy and paste after the post is done. I have figured out how to schedule posts to publish at a later time… just not how to fix the local time. I think my web site believes it’s on a cruise in the Atlantic… I’m not sure where 4 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time actually is.
More to come this week.