I am a little appalled and not a little amazed that I’ve managed to pull off a daily blogging schedule for about a year now. That’s over 365 daily blogs in a row. The structure of knowing what kind of post to do each day does help. The random updates on my life mixed in among other things helps as well.
But then there are days like today.
When this feels like navel-gazing nonsense and I should slow down to a less regular posting schedule.
I’d write about the books I’m reading, but I’m about 2/3 of the way through a Dresden Files novel and I don’t want to keep reading because it’s hard to play in someone else’s story when I’m writing my own.
I’m reading critique partner pieces, which are so fun and interesting, but I don’t think I’m at liberty to write about those. Trust-factor and whatnot.
I do like reading comics right now, but I’m out of comic books in the house, and can’t afford a trip to the comic shop anyway. I want to be able to share Comixology with Brett, but for that I’d need to read at my computer, which feels self-defeating. I did ask for a refurbed Kindle from Santa to be able to do that though.
I’d write about what I’m writing, but gosh, I think I do that enough already.
It’s pretty amazing that I don’t have more posts like these, I suppose.
So, um. Yeah. That’s all I’ve got. Here’s a photo I took because it was “lots of lines” in my brain:
- Comics for Girls: Spandex Not Required (comicbookresources.com)
- ComiXology Releases Online Gift Cards (comicsworthreading.com)
- Is Your Company Blog Really Worth the Time? (grasshopper.com)
- Blogging Blahs (sites.wakingbraincells.com)