Hey, readers! I know it’s been a hot minute since I last posted anything. Good news, I’m here today to rectify that!
“So, what’s new?”
“Not much, and you?”
“About the same. Glad we had this talk.”
Yeah, it’s been like that since we’ve been cooped up in the house for the past 1,728 hours, plus or minus a few minutes. In the meantime, my day job took an extended leave of absence, and we had to cancel a vacation. And to be honest, I’m not too torn up about the lack of work, but it is a bummer we can’t go on holiday, but I digress.
So, in the meantime, I have loads of free time to write, right? If only …
One would think that I’d be able to knock out at least one full length novel in the span of 10 weeks. I’ve done it before, but something is different. The state of the country right now has made it difficult to focus on anything monumental. I’ve written a few short stories, and am actually working through the rest of The Crystal Medallion. But, nothing of the fictional variety has published in such a long time.
“What about non-fiction?” you say
“I’m so glad you asked!”
To help make ends meet with the loss of the daily income, I created a series of Logbooks to store your internet passwords in. Over the years, I’ve used a number of different mediums to store my personal information. Post-it notes probably being the number one used method. So, with the unexpected free time on my hands, I created these!
Obviously, you only need one, but I created a few different styles to hopefully appeal to all the masses. If you’re like I used to be, you need this! My internet password vault is now fully organized and I feel so much better at night! OK, the Password bible has nothing to do with my nightly sleep. That was just an ounce of sarcasm.
On some other news, Free Fiction Monday is no more. The days of me sharing a free short story every Monday didn’t go off as I’d hoped. The open rate of the newsletters was far fewer that I’d imagined.
I’ve decided to change days and call it Free Fiction Thursday! WooHoo! How does that grab everyone? Yeah, I know. Not a monumental change, but if a few more people open up a Thursday email as opposed to a Monday email, then it’s a win! Check back next week for the first installment.