The basic problem with blogging

constructionFor some reason, over on Facebook I feel like I can share any old thought that pops into my head.  In the last 24 hours, I’ve linked to a nifty animated gif of a Russian girl who’s a martial arts champion kicking an annoying guy in the nuts; I’ve compared road work to kitchen remodeling and complained that my city is not as expeditious about it as they really ought to be; and I’ve whined about insomnia.  None of those things seem sufficiently weighty for an actual BLOG POST.

I also blogged about local politics over on LiveJournal (and linked from my Facebook). I haven’t decided whether I’m going to continue doing my political blogging over on LJ or move it here, after this election.  The thing is, local politics is a fandom that’s of interest to a very narrow range of people. Maybe I should just keep that writing separate?  I could keep it on LJ, or set up a whole separate WordPress site for my amateur punditry. The problem with that is that I think I may be too lazy to deal with multiple blogs.

Anyway, I’ll figure it out. In the meantime, this site is coming together a little more; the page for my published novels looks great. I need to finish working on the page for my short stories. Anything else people would like to see on here?

(Creative Commons photo of kitchen construction from http://www.flickr.com/photos/dasqfamily/)

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This is basically a placeholder

So, my official author website is pathetically out of date and I desperately need to fix it.  I’ve decided to migrate to a WordPress site and so Haddayr is giving me a WordPress lesson this morning.

Of course, that meant I needed to set up a site and now I have a WordPress site and if you stumble across it it’s going to look sort of unfinished. Because it is. Back in the day, like, 1998, when I was first doing web pages, you’d put this SUPER SUPER DORKY “Under Construction!” image and I actually totally remember telling people, “Don’t do this! WE KNOW IT IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION.”  In fact, web pages are inherently under construction at all times; that’s the point.

I promise this will be a respectable site soon. In the meantime, you can leave a comment saying hi so I know people are finding the blog, but if you point out that I ought to put in links to stories or books or anything you’re just being a snot.