Way back at the beginning of May, I made a post with a short survey asking folks what they would want to see on this blog. The idea was to get ideas for content and have a feature at least once a week. Well, it is now the middle of July and as you can see, I've done nothing.
I'm simply not a blogger.
I tried. I had ideas. I had themes. I even had some posts that would give you an extra little bit of insight into how my brain works. But what I don't seem to have is time.
Now, this is not the end. I'm keeping the blog. For now, at least, while I try to decide if it would be better to have a website (because, you know, those aren't work or anything). I'll continue to host indie book launches, interviews, and promos just as I have in the past. But you probably won't see too many hot sports opinions from yours truly.
Except this one: it is said that an author "needs" a web presence, either in the form of a regularly maintained blog or a flashy website. To that I thumb my nose and give other rude gestures. I don't follow rules. Especially when it comes to being an author. I know there are those who would judge me for this and I know plenty who think they are better for following the "rules." To those people, I simply say have fun on your journey.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I've got my next book to write. You can at least expect a blog post when I've got more to say on that. ;-)