I’ve been completely inundated with school and everything.
Assuming I survive the weekend, I should be back next Thursday.
Once again, I apologize for my absence, and thanks for sticking with me.
My ask is always open, so if you want to ask a question, or say hi, or anything of the sort, it’s just a click away!
So summer’s flown by like the bats from the belfry, and now I’m back at school.
It’s been awhile. I’ve been trying to figure out the ideal schedule for updating this blog (and I mean with original content, and not just reblogs and the like), and while I don’t fully have a concrete idea of when this will happen, I’m planning on making it Tuesday and Saturday. I might have to experiment with this scheduling once my classes actually start, to make sure it’s the most auspicious timing and all, considering my workload, but as of now Tuesdays and Saturdays seem like the best time for scheduled posts.
I’m also trying to get back into the rhythm of writing daily, just because I haven’t been doing so lately. I’ve been thinking of the grand scheme of my main project and I realized I’m going to have to work a little bit on the details of the story—I have the main idea and I know some of what I want to happen during the course of the story, but beyond that I need to tweak some things and rework some more. Which, in a way, is good; if I knew everything about the story I’d had no motivation to write it, probably.
Expect some posts soon. I have class today and I need to get some things sorted, but I might be able to write a post today or tomorrow.
So I just had this nice and beautiful post, and even though I clicked “Publish Post” it wasn’t posted and I accidentally pressed “Refresh” and then the Tumbl-bot ate half of it.
I’m going to see if I can remember what I had.
Day 3 of the April Platform Challenge was to create a Facebook profile or fan page for my work; however as I am not entire sure how to go about doing this I have elected to postpone doing so until I can figure out the logistics and the like.
The challenge for Day 4 was to create a Twitter account. (I already had one over at www.twitter.com/jfhart_blog.)
The challenge for Day 5 was to create a blog, which fairly obviously has already happened.
SUPER-IMPORTANT AUTHOR’S NOTE:
So this is the bit I’m trying to remember; if I forgot anything I apologize, but it should still all be here.
Due to my scheduling, I’ve been forced to choose to either put this blog on a hiatus (most likely only for a few days), or to queue up some posts to be posted intermittently while I take care of some non-blog-related business, while at the same time catching up on the April Platform Challenge.
I’ve chosen queueing over hiatus, but due to my workload, I cannot actually create the posts to be queued up tonight, and they may not be ready tomorrow. Also some of the Challenges are things that will not be able to be queued. I’ll keep you guys informed on the situation with that.
Just a forewarning, though: During my Finals Week I will not be posting live, and so I may also be queuing some posts for you then, so I’m not just going on a full blackout of the entire blog.
That’s all I can remember for now. I’ll see if I can post to here later, or perhaps tomorrow.
Have a fantastic day/night (whichever applies)! Hope the week ahead is wonderful!