A Quandary of Blogging

Finding Nemo

So, this is almost a filler post, but I’m fairly confused.  Mostly because I got notifications throughout the week from WordPress.  Apparently, I’ve posted once a day for the last 807 days and that’s a daily milestone that I get.  Feel a sense of pride here, but also a childish stubbornness that I don’t want it to end.  This leaves me with a question:

Since I can’t do my anxiety journal due to job hunting, what can I do on Thursdays?

I was thinking of a funny picture post since I keep looking at them throughout the week and I see others doing it over the weekend.  This does smack of desperation to stay active and November is probably going to derail things anyway.  Still, I think I’d like to try and keep it up for as long as I can.

Speaking of November, I might be able to schedule a few posts for that month, but I’m lacking topics.  It’s usually a slow month too, so I was wondering if I could do character interviews after a poll.  Looking for anything here because I’ve realized that job hunting alone is driving me batty.  Need something to break the frustration.  So, I’m throwing stuff out into the air.

Almost forgot:  I still have Derailing Bedlam.  Maybe I can start making that the Thursday post once Raven’s Wrath is completed.  This would be November.  I’m trying to decide between Thursday and Sunday for this one.  Still means that I need to figure out Thursdays for the rest of August and September though.

Something else I just remembered that I could use some advice on.  War of Nytefall: Lost will debut in September, but October is a daily post for Raven’s Wrath.  Is there any way I can promote the new book on at least a weekly basis without undermining the story?  I was thinking of a weekly or bi-weekly ‘Don’t forget this book’ post like on Mondays and Thursdays.

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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14 Responses to A Quandary of Blogging

  1. Why don’t you have Raven’s Wrath be sponsored by War of Nytefall. You can do a short blurb each day with a character or plot teaser at the end of the Raven’s Wrath episode.

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  2. cagedunn says:

    short character interviews with one question (at a tangent from the main plot, maybe). Single question answers don’t have to be long, nor short – they will be what they will be, and the post will be … out there.


  3. I like your don’t forget this book idea. As for posts to keep your blog going, you could try to put a funny spin on your job hunting, m not sure if that would work or not. You can always do the funny pictures thing, there’s nothing wrong with that.


  4. A lot of folks do the Stream of Consciousness. Those are fun to read, and you can weave your day or week into them.


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