This past week my son was up in Boston for the PAX-East Convention/Event. And I got to stay home for six glorious days totally on my own. Total Freedom – and it’s gonna be back to life as usual in about 22 hours. So… I’m doing this post which is kind of an odd one perhaps. But I’m going to be brave and surge ahead with it.
I’ve been working very steadily on this blog for the last couple months. It’s shaping up into something that I can be proud of, and I certainly am enjoying the community. I have a lot of things to do still – but I no longer feel quite as overwhelmed as I did on January 2, 2015 when I made the decision to get back to what I loved doing – reading books and talking about them. I even branched out and made a new blog totally about my love of Paranormal novels, movies and television series. Haunted Bookshelf. That is a work very much in process, but I don’t care if it takes months to get it just where I want it – it’s a labor of love for something I truly enjoy, so time isn’t all that important.
I’ve learned a lot in two months. NetGalley. Twitter. Facebook Page. Yet, there are moments when I look at my handwritten list of things I still need to do – like yesterday – that I heave a huge sigh and wonder if I’ll ever be finished. And the truth is that I probably won’t because new things are constantly becoming a part of my life now. As long as it’s fun, then I don’t mind the learning process.
I’m still trying to find my own personal “voice” for this blog. It’s still early stages so I know it will eventually all come together.
I’d like to take this moment to thank those folks who have taken the time to stop and comment – whether it was on a meme or just about a review I did. I appreciate the time, I really do.