I've been re-blogging a lot lately, and that is going to continue for a while. Will O' the Wisp is still on its blog tour, plus a few folks surprised me with nice posts about my Experimental Notebook.
It's the least I can do to support those who supported me. Besides, maybe one of you will discover a cool new blog to follow.
Still, you keep coming here for original content. This is mostly an update post. I had to pay attention to real world issues this weekend. I managed to cover all the bills while changing a handful of light bulbs and smoke detector batteries. Glamorous stuff to be sure. I also had to replace batteries in my Mac trackpad.
As far as the promotions go, Notebook is doing well. I'm hoping Wisp will make some strides as the tour continues and Halloween approaches.
I have to say, my regulars have been incredible. Some of you have stopped by everywhere, and left comments. I thrive on comments. Many of you shared these posts on various social media too. What did I do to deserve such good friends? With my regulars supporting me, it almost looks like we could spike a blogger's stats for a day. I must remember to be as supportive as my regulars are.
I've been invited to be a guest on something called blog talk radio in November. I really have no idea what it involves, but it looks like we'll be chatting about Will O' the Wisp. I'm excited and terrified all at once. I'm not worried about talking, it's the software that has me concerned.
I managed to touch base with the publicist via email. She has some neat ideas, and I do too. Sounds like we may go to lunch in November. I haven't spent any money yet, but it could happen.
I've also been watching a lot of baseball. It's mostly been the American League on television, but it's better than no baseball at all. It was fun watching R. A. Dickey throw his knuckleball today.
I've always been a National League kind of guy, but I really don't have a team in the playoffs. I used to like everyone in the NL West, but I can't stomach the Dodgers these days. They became a bunch of jerks several years ago. Their Diamondbacks pool party sealed the deal for me, and a shit play against the Mets this week made it permanent. I've fallen into that old pattern of whoever is playing the Dodgers is my favorite team.
I've been toying with the idea of a writing tip sort of post. There are other writers out there who probably have more street credit, but I may write it anyway. If I do it, I'll probably post it Wednesday.
Have a good evening everyone, and go anyone who faces the Dodgers.