Actually, my 9.3%
Out of the 365 days that make up a year, this is my 34th blog post. I assumed that once I became a full time author, I would have more time to devote to blogging. Eh, that whole time management thing still eludes me. While I never planned to be a daily blogger, I was hoping for weekly at least. So this time around, no more promises. You'll get what I give and you'll like it! Or not, really, no pressure, it's all up to you.
It is not that I didn't have content. On the contrary, there are tons of things that I really wanted to discuss that are still sitting on my idea board. But this was also the year that I pumped out an alarming four books (that's a pittance for some authors, but massive for me) and finally took the time to learn some of the social media I have been lamenting my ineptitude of here. These are not excuses, just explanations. So below is a list of topics that I may or may not get to by year's end. If I don't make it by December 31, they will carry over into 2015.
Some of these are important enough that I will make sure I take the time to address. Others, not so much. But I am going to give you all a chance to weigh in. What would you like to hear my thoughts on? What do you find interesting? If the topics below don't interest you, please feel free to suggest something else. I'm not going to make any guarantee that I will have insights on every topic, but I will make an effort if I get some interesting suggestions.
Another installment of Social(ly Awkward) Media
More Write On! Indie book reviews
My inability to 'unplug' and why this does not make me a tech-obsessed jerk
The state of human/civil rights today and the responsibilities writers of science fiction and fantasy have in this ongoing battle
A year end roundup of new technology that pushed us closer to the idealized future of fiction past
My goals as a writer for the coming year
The bonus material that coincides with the print edition of Going Green (to be fair, I've neglected this primarily because interest in this has been beyond low. If you were one of the handful of folks who bought the book, rest assured, this is coming)
The return of The Feels, posts featuring the sensitive and emotional side of science fiction and fantasy media.
Wow, that's a huge list. So what would you like to see first?