It occurs to me that generally speaking, my posts are quite unstructured. By that, I mean, I tend to post what I want, when I want. Of course, it’s my blog, so I can do what I want, but is that necessarily fair on the readers? Would both blogger and bloggee (is that a word?) benefit from a more… orderly approach?
To that end, I might just end up putting together some kind of framework. A regular series, designed to allow followers to catch up in one neat burst, should they wish to. That doesn’t mean that random posts won’t appear, but a summary of sorts would be useful.
So, starting next week, a twice-monthly post shall appear, with updates upon this meerkat’s activities, be they good, bad, indifferent or just plain weird. Naturally this will involve some mention of my writing work, as I’m keen to keep up the momentum with it, but hopefully it will not bore people, as there’ll be other stuff too.
I’ll sign off with some book-related stuff…
If you’re a sci-fi fan, you might be curious about my new (and first ever!) book, The Awakening, available on the Kindle store and free on Kindle Unlimited. It tells of a human/alien war from the aliens’ perspective, and how a fallen warrior must lead a band of disgraced outcasts, first to freedom, and then to revolution, if he is to save his people. I hope you enjoy!
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