In the Transom

Here’s one thing you should know about me, if you don’t know it already. When I post a lot here, I’m not writing. And when I’m writing, I don’t have time to post here.

And I have been writing feverishly. After I sent off my epic fantasy, I dove right back into Cinderella and have been writing thousands of words. Far more than my usual output–about 4000 words this weekend alone. And it’s 5:30 AM Sunday! I also cut thousands of words, so I’m creeping back up on 25,000 words now. I honestly think I’ve cut just as much.

But still, I must keep some discipline concerning this blog. Therefore, I have decided to stick to the following posting schedule, life allowing:

Sunday – A short post showing what’s coming up that week, and perhaps something fun.

Tuesday– The Weekly Review. In order to keep my reviewing muscles flexed, I will review something once a week, be it a book, some technology, a movie, a TV episode, or something quirky. But mostly, it will be books that I buy and read for my own enjoyment.

Thursday – Articles and Interviews. Any guests will appear on Thursdays. When I don’t have guests, I’ll post an article, myself.

And I really hope I can stick to this schedule!

So what’s up this week? Well, I’m going to write a review of Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn trilogy for Tuesday. On Thursday, I hope to host a steampunk author.

And finally, I’m under the delusion that my webpage loading speed has resolved itself. If this is not true, please let me know somehow. Things seem faster on this end, anyway. You can email me at tia dot nevitt at gmail dot com.

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One more thing! I was going through my reader blogroll for people to tag for an extra post this week, and I found that a lot of those blogs are inactive. Therefore, I’d like to update my blogroll. If you are a reader of this blog and want your site listed, please leave a comment with the details, and I’ll list you. Reciprocity is appreciated.

8 thoughts on “In the Transom

  1. Sounds like a good plan! I keep planning to have plans for mine…

    Please keep me on the blogroll. I’ll double-check and make sure I have you listed on mine, although I’m pretty sure you are.

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  2. Wow! You’ve been a machine! I need some of your energy.

    You know me, I’m always around. Though I’ve been on a blog-cation (ending today). I’m back on the blog train tomorrow.

    Your web site is what’s on my links page. Let me know if you’d rather I put this url instead.

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    • No, the website’s great! I really should have taken a blog-cation myself, but I struggled through, somehow. I’ll pop over to see what you’re up to. I love your farm life posts!

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  3. I’m impressed. Your writing really sped up. I hope this streak continues at least long enough to finish this story. Even longer would be even better. {SMILE}

    I just wish I could break my own writer’s block. It extends to my blogging and even somewhat to email. {rueful smile, Smile}

    Anne Elizabeth Baldwin

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    • Thanks, Anne. I noticed you were inactive lately. I’ve been through it and I emphasize! The change of job really helped me in many areas.

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