Still Work To Be Done

To say that it is easy to maintain a website would be a lie. After many consecutive weeks, I flubbed on posting something on Monday, which along with my posting poems on Wednesday, has been a constant on the site since relaunching it (in a manner of speaking).

Part of me is a little pissed. And in a way I should be. Even though there is a lot of work that I am doing, bringing some improvements into my writing world, there is still work to be done. I am going to stumble on occasion, or flat out face plant into the dirt. But as I’ve said in the past, it’s only an issue if I don’t acknowledge it and don’t get myself back up to try again.

So this week’s post was supposed to be Part 9 in my ongoing responses to Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s series “How Writers Fail”. When I went to look at it, it wasn’t ready. I hadn’t finished it… which is ironic considering the topic. So this week will be this quick post, landing on the site on Tuesday instead of Monday.

Next week should be back to normal.

As far as Free Fiction Friday, though, I realized that it is going to sputter for a little longer. As much as I would love to be able to post a story every week, it will be some time before I can build that consistency. Stories will come from week to week, but not every week. Eventually, that will change. Eventually, I will have enough material and writing velocity to put a piece of fiction up every week. Just not yet. Not consistently.

Plans remain in the work to build on what is already here, to expand what is on the site and what I am doing. It won’t be easy; I won’t always succeed at it. It will keep going, regardless. I will continue to try to improve.

One response to “Still Work To Be Done”

  1. Sometimes masterpieces take time. Good to put some pressure onto yourself if that helps motivate you but equally telling yourself you have failed will not help 🙂

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