I am probably the most self-absorbed person in the world. I go along, doing this, doing that--up on my soapbox about whatever craft issue bothers me, and down again.
Last year, I spent a month on single title versus category, did eight posts on character arcs of all sorts, and that doesn't include the week I spent on internal dialog and various structures.
I always wanted to be a food blogger, but I don't eat anywhere interesting. I'm not a mommy blogger, except in an oblique way, and I don't take a lot of pictures unless I run into a cathedral or something.
So after a lot of thought, I've decided to give fair warning. If you read me for stuff about writing, look for the posts sub-titled Running in the Dark. I'm not the most consistent everyday poster, but I do post at least a few times a week, and one of my soon to be permanent things is a Wednesday--is Wednesday overdone? I'm not sure.
A Wednesday craft focus. Either an interview with a fabulous teacher, or maybe a wonderful reviewer--a bookseller? Or somebody who developed a great whatever I can find. Because craft of writing isn't just writing, but a lot of things. Or maybe I'll just jump up on my soapbox (the blue one for everyday use) and go off on a tangent.
So...I know people hate being asked, but if anyone has something interesting they want to discuss? Random questions? I like random questions.
If you like me-the-person and thrill to my amazing adventures in the frozen food section of Asian markets, there won't be sub-titles. I haven't figured out what to call the cathedral pictures, but that's just something I do because I like churches. I'm fascinated by the doors. Whether or not they're open, and if they invite people inside. Maybe that says something, but I'm not sure what.
I didn't get a chance to see the National Cathedral. I'll have to do it next time I'm on the East Coast, but I have plans to go down to Tacoma next Monday. There's a spire I can see from I-5, and I want to find it.