Now I can get back to my College Memoirs. We’re starting to get into the fun part, past the abusive exes and into the fun of the second half of senior year: meeting weird people online (such as a psychic vampire), flame wars with a girl who was very much like Tracy, Celtic class, learning to play the tin whistle, SCA, meeting the Hubby….
Which also means slowing way down on my number of posts, maybe a few a week except when inspiration hits. But I also plan to sticky-post old posts every day, so my new subscribers can check out my old stuff as well (and so I can fix formatting problems in pre-Wordpress posts 😛 ).
I also want to, over time, use my website the way I have used it ever since it was created in 2004 or 2005, and my blog in 2009: to showcase my writing in all its variety. It’s not all about abuse blogging. I have now combined my website with this blog into one big website: Just look at the page menu at the top of each page. 🙂 And look at that, my total hits are very close to 50,000! 🙂
I have all sorts of juvenilia that I hope to find and post, or at least describe if it’s lost. I want my childhood imagination to be preserved, some of the stories possibly made into children’s books, because I fear it all being lost after I die. I want to spark creativity again, start writing fictional stories again, not just book reviews, essays, memoirs and blogs.
And now that the story of Richard and Tracy is completely revised and out, I can do this again, because the cobwebs are cleared out of my mind, the chains of grief, anger and pain finally pushed out.
As for my stalkers, Richard and Tracy–We’ll see if I can still hold their attention now that their story is basically going to be old stuff stickied, rather than new stuff. Of course, I see them going through my old stuff constantly lately, reading the same posts over and over again, so maybe it won’t matter to them. LOL