I’ve recently completed a short story, which I’m currently calling Changing Courses. It’s a 5,000 word realistic fiction short story, and if anyone fancies reading and providing feedback, please let me know. I am, of course, also open to providing feedback in turn. If you are interested, please either leave a comment with your email, or use my Contact page to provide appropriate information so I can send you the story.
Thank you in advance to anyone who chooses to offer their feedback.
When I first started this blog, I’d hoped to post 2 pieces of content a week; 1 on writing, and 1 reviewing a story.
A year after I began posting, I found that I needed to revise my plan to 1 post a week, alternating between the two.
Unfortunately I now find myself struggling to maintain that level of consistency.
Therefore, for the time being, I’m letting you know that I will continue to post, but it won’t be with the same regularity as I have in the past, though I’m confident I will be able to manage at least 1 per month.
I do apologize.
It is my hope, with time, that my rate of writing will increase, and, hopefully, if I am able to make writing a source of income, I will be able to reduce the amount of time I spend on other jobs.
In any case, I will continue to do my best, and hopefully, with time, I’ll be able to rebuild the “queue” of posts that I once maintained.
Thank you all.
I think it’s important to share our experiences, not only so that others might learn, but because writing something down changes it, and writing with a purpose even more so.
It’s a long, difficult road, and even though I’ve it heard many times, from many authors, the true meaning of those words continues to surprise me.
I really have to thank all of you.
This has been a remarkable week.
Chaz (https://lifeofchaz.com) was kind enough to nominate me for the Leibster Award.
Chaz, thank you for thinking of me. Your site is a wealth of insightful reviews, and you have a strong eye for good stories to review.