I have something more interesting planned later today, but I thought I’d take a moment now to tell you all a few things about the blog’s structure. See, the fact is, I haven’t blogged in any concerted way in a long while, and I’ve never really blogged for an audience. So, to get myself back in the habit, I’m setting up some regular theme days designed to guarantee that I will always write at least three posts a week. All of these theme days have hokey, alliterative names because (say it with me) I am not cooler than you. I am a dork.
Yes, you can expect that to be my blog’s mantra.
So! Every week, you can expect to see the following:
Media Mondays, in which I discuss something I’ve read, watched, played, whatever. It’s my chance to make some recommendations and write some mini-reviews. Because I tend to end up with backlogs (especially when it comes to video games and books), you might see me talk about something that’s been out for a while, but I’ll try to give my own personal spin on it nonetheless.
Writing Wednesdays, in which I discuss various aspects of my writing process and the projects I’m working on (insofar as I can discuss those projects). Pretty straightforward.
And, last but not least, Fangirl Fridays. The first post in that series is already up, but again, Fangirl Fridays are my chance to gush about something I love. I’ll usually talk about why I love whatever the hell I’m talking about, but don’t expect a lot of deep analysis – I’ll tend to reserve more nuanced reviews for my other posts.
Aside from that, I’ll be posting here and there about whatever catches my fancy. But those three theme posts should be constant, week in and week out, provided I’m not on vacation or trapped in a cave surrounded by ravenous wolves or both. I’ll publicize all my new posts on Facebook and Twitter, and of course you’re always more than welcome to follow me, but come back on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and you’ll definitely see something new.
And later today, I’ll be expanding on the topic that finally got me off my butt and onto WordPress: piracy. See you then.