My Blogging Problem

I’m a writer. I write constantly, whether its reviews on Letterboxd, opinions on Video Games, or my first crack at a cartoon pilot for boys age 6-10, I am always pumping words onto the page, or screen, or wherever. It’s like I can’t stop myself.

But here, at least, I seem to have a wall, offering little more than occasional insightful post or a bevy of updates about which few people will have any interest.

The problem is that I am not all that interested in blogging. I don’t follow other authors on the blogosphere, nor do I really see this as much of a venue beyond a few Facebook friends willing to give me a click now and again.

So as I wrap up August 2016, I have to ask myself, “why am I keeping this address up-and-running?” Obviously for my books: Stronghold now, and hopefully To Retreat to Romance; but they don’t require the presence of a blog unless I intend to do some real marketing and advanced “buzz-building”. That remains to be seen.

In the end, I just feel like I need to begin doing something here on the regular to warrant its continued existence. What that is, I don’t know, but I gotta do it. Otherwise this is going to vex me, and I already have enough vexing me.

Well, there’s a window into my mind you probably didn’t care to have.

Thanks for reading anyway!