Since May 17, I’ve been making a lot of decisions. The biggest difference in all of this decision making is that I’m doing it on my own. What I’ve found is that I’m much more cautious than I used to be. Perhaps because there’s no safety net anymore. If I screw up, I have to fix it myself.
So here’s my latest solo decision: I’m going to start blogging on #IWSG Wednesday only…at least until next year. Then I’ll reevaluate where I am and what my plans going forth will be. However, just because I’m pulling back on my weekly posts, doesn’t mean that I won’t visit my friends. As I said in an earlier post this month, I’ll just be slower and not as regular for a while.
I’ll send out my Email Connect monthly, too, instead of twice a month. I can hear the sighs of relief. “One fewer email in my inbox!”
Soon, I hope to be back doing what I love to do, which is to write and “talk” about books on my social media, and I hope to include my Featured Author program again. I enjoy that a lot, and it will be a nice addition to my angsty posts about Insecurities. I also have many thank you’s to dole out to those bloggers who took over my book launch in May, so those thank you’s will dot both my Email Connect and my monthly posts as well as elsewhere whenever possible.
One person I want to send a huge bouquet to is L. Diane Wolfe, who has been so understanding. Her most frequent comment has been “Take all the time you need.” Thank you Diane. And thanks for publishing Some Very Messy Medieval Magic.
Quote of the Week: “In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing.” Theodore Roosevelt