Retiring a Post Type & Starting the Volunteer Request

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So, Questions 3 is no more.  Nobody really responds to it and asking about it in a previous post didn’t really make me think it was worth keeping.  I might bring it back from time to time if I come up with a topic or to promote a book.  This means Thursday is a blank space for now.  Not sure what I can do here and I’d rather not keep it entirely blank.

I considered doing a weekly ‘7 Signs/Tips’ post every Thursday since people really enjoy those.  I’m leaning away from this only because these posts take time and I don’t want to run them into the ground.  My Tuesday and Thursday posts tend to be less planned than the M-W-F ones.  I could feasibly make this day about my own writing ideas and bring back the ‘future ideas’ stuff from a few years back.  Those were hit and miss since I kept a lot of info secret to avoid spoilers, which made suggestions hard to respond to.  I’ve also noticed that authors, myself included, tend to react to things like this through our own writing styles and focus.  This is only natural, but it makes things complicated over the Internet.  Great for face-to-face and email, which is a more private back and forth.

As you can see, I’ve no idea what I’m doing on Thursdays.  Next week might be a list of the Chasing Bedlam chapter titles to see what people think.  Maybe I could make Thursday exclusively for the Bedlam series?  That book tends to be forgotten and put on the side while I focus on the fantasy side of my writing.  Again, this would require more planning and might be tough when I start promoting the next book.

To end this:

Volunteers Needed for September (hopefully) debut of
LEGENDS OF WINDEMERE: CHARMS OF THE FEYKIN!

Figure I should start that up now.

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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27 Responses to Retiring a Post Type & Starting the Volunteer Request

  1. Karen says:

    Volunteering – count me in, Charles.

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  2. Count me in. Just for the record I enjoyed the three questions.

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  3. I’m in Charles 👍😃

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  4. You can always count on me. I have my Idea Mill that shows up sporadically. People seem to like it, so I keep stockpiling things to make them. I don’t think I could do one a week, or that readers would enjoy them as much. Having a few sporadic themes could lend some variety and make a regular thursday post. Kind of like the old show where you never knew whether you’d get Rockford, McCloud, Columbo, or a couple of others until you tuned in.

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    • I can try it. That tends to be how I work Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The other days were supposed to be simpler, which is why I went for regular themes. Kind of backfired outside of Teaser Tuesday. Unless that one is doing bad and I haven’t accepted it. At least I have a week or two to figure stuff out.

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  5. L. Marie says:

    Yes, please count me in!

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  6. Helen Jones says:

    You can count me in as a volunteer, Charles 😀 I do a couple of Thursday challenges, one is Norm 2.0s Thursday doors, and the other is Sue Vincent’s #writephoto – not sure if either of those would be up your alley?

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  7. Bookwraiths says:

    Volunteering. Whatever you decide to do on Thursday, I’ll enjoy it.

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  8. Maybe guest posts? While staying flexible for whatever new ideas occur to you.

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    • Maybe. I have Sundays reserved for author promo posts, but I’ll see what I can do for weekdays. One problem I’ve found with this is that I’ll get an initial rush that takes me through a month or two. Then, the well dries up and I’m back where I started. Maybe somebody should make a site that helps bloggers connect for guest posts. Like B-Harmony or something.

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