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Year Two

21 June 2012

You kids and your cute paper calendars.

Without really realizing it yesterday, I wrote entry #365 on the blog. There are now enough entries that you could read one a day for a year. While that’s not the most I’ve ever posted to a blog (that’s somewhere around 400 entries), it is the most I’ve ever done in blog-type format. The other blog with a ton of entries, the Twitter Novel Project Blog, is basically a place to dump completed chapters of the Twitter Novel stuff I do nightly (or semi-nightly, lately).

So today, I guess, technically begins Year Two of the 47 Echo Blog, and as far as progress, I think I’m doing all right. I have two books out in the series that spawned the blog in the first place. The third is pretty much done (I fought my way through a late-stage plot problem this morning with my patented “take a nap and it’ll work itself out” method of problem-solving). When I was on the phone with my Dad the other day, he asked me how many books there would be in the series, and I had no real answer for him, because I don’t know yet. It’s at least a trilogy, obviously. But I have a feeling it’ll go longer than that.

So, friends, I just want to thank you for hanging with me for a year of posts (or a year and a half of real, human time). Stick around — it’ll get even more interesting.

Hey! Supercritical is out now! You can get it at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Carina Press, Diesel, Audible, and the Sony Reader Store! Go ahead and buy several copies so I can continue to rant at you daily. 😉

2 Comments leave one →
  1. 21 June 2012 1550

    I hit 300 weeks before you…and now you are already a dozen posts ahead of me! Damn you, prolific writers!

    Congrats on hitting a year-a-day count; yours is one of the blogs I always read.

    • 21 June 2012 2320

      That’s a compulsive personality for you — I just keep writing regardless of whether I have anything to say. 😉

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