Tinkering

photo by Sergey Zolkin

Instead of working on the sequel to Headless today,

I got bogged down in the wisdom that I should be posting on my blog at least once a week. According to Hugh Howey, it should be every day! Add to that the fact that I have somehow ended up with two blogs (here and at tristramlowe.com), and I just tend to not blog at all.

Then when I went to look at my blog (this one), I decided I didn’t like the way it looked. So instead of writing a post, I’ve been tinkering with new themes and trying to get everything looking just right (or as close as I can get it given the limitations).

All sorts of things change when you publish a new theme. I somehow have two images on all my journal posts. I’ll be attempting to remedy that soon.

If nothing else, I’m grateful that it’s given me something to post about, even if it’s not all that exciting.

Are you a regular blogger? Specifically a fiction author? And do you post every week? Every day? If so, how do you keep a schedule, stick to it, and stay interesting? I’d love some tips.

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