Well, it's kind of like this. I'm trying to get one of the former kind of tamed, and urging the usual kind of wild-horse narrative that I ride bareback and without a bit in a direction that will aim it towards a certain kind of closure - and it's a different beast altogether right now, all I've ever had to deal with before was a single book, now I've got to try and get an entire trilogy squared away to everyone's satisfaction.
I kind of, sort of, you know, shouldn't really be HERE at all [looks around furtively for spies and secret agents].
But hey, what's a deadline if it can't be snuck around every so often so I can play hooky?...
I really should get back now, though, but in the meantime, I'll leave you with this
- oh, let's pull out a quote at random:And let's face it, there are more than 80m blogs now, many of which are badly written, not regularly updated and then dropped after a couple of months when the author realises how much upkeep they require. But does this mean blogs cannot be the source for decent writing? I'd argue they can; in fact, I think the very act of writing online allows for quality material and this is down to one main factor - the readers' comments.
In the light of that final remark, discuss, if you care to.