…that is the question. Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of…ah, fugghedaboutit!
I’ve gone back and forth on the issue of blogging. Many writers view blogging as an excellent way to promote your work. Many poo-poo the notion. Many are still on the fence about it. Me? I’m hanging off the fence with ripped shorts and my leg wrapped around my head, praying I don’t fall and break a leg…or worse, a finger.
For now I’ll dive into this madness called blogging and, hopefully, take a few of you with me. As the Cheshire Cat said, “We’re all mad here.” So grab your straight jackets, kids.
To get started, let’s explore 1001 ways to procrastinate. A favorite distraction of mine is Ebaum’s World. The site does have some mature content, so I’d advise only those 18 and over to visit. While you’re there, check out Schfifty-five–a favorite of mine that never gets old (to me, anyway).
Or, if you feel like reading, check out my short story The Light of Dennis Knopf over at DarkMoon Rising. I’ve had a few others accepted. As soon as they post, I’ll set up a link here. You know…*toes the ground* if you want me to…
For now, my procrastination time (read: the time I should be writing, but have taken out to give you people ideas on how to procrastinate) is over. Off to the mind of a fictional character!