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Recharge, Refuel, & Miscellaneous Updatery

You may have noticed a slight lag in comment responses over that past week. That’s because I was here…

Cancun

…sitting on the beach, soaking in some sunshine, and getting some salt water on my skin. I’m usually more of an adventure traveler, interested in searching out history, and culture, but despite my initial reluctance, it was really good to just relax.

White Sand Beaches

April was a month of work deadlines and burnout. I didn’t get much writing done so I have nothing to show for that. I’m getting back into the swing of things again. Lots of work still to do, but I think May will be a much better month. So far so good!

I will likely continue with the Tues/Thurs posting schedule for a few weeks yet though.

In other news, if you check the fiction section of the blog I’ve updated my info with a short story sale! More info to come on that when I have it 🙂

Also, I need to come up with a better author bio. Any tips, good resources you can point my way?

14 Comments

    1. T. S. Bazelli Author

      It certainly is a lot more manageable / less pressure. I don’t know how some people manage to post daily, on top or work and writing. The only answer I can think of is they’re superpeople! LOL

      1. I’ve just about given up on the idea of returning to daily posting. I did it for a little over half of 2010… but it just wasn’t sustainable.

        I’m trying to find a regular posting schedule stride. I’m shooting for 3 times a week… and I hope to make the days of posting consistent in the near future.

      2. T. S. Bazelli Author

        In terms of page views, it seems like three days a week’s just about right. With just two days it seems like I lose some momentum over the weekends. Brain’s rightly fried right now though. LOL but first I must finish this novel then we’ll see if I can get most substantial posts up here – oh and start writing flash again.

        Yeah everyday’s really tiring. Most I’ve done was 5 days. It was too much.

  1. Congrats on the sale, and very pretty. I’m out in Sweden for 3 weeks for work, so while lots of day-job work, it’s also a change of pace that recharges the batteries as well.

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