Hello, good morning, happy Thursday, and—as always—welcome to another edition of my blog.
There’s not much to add today, I’m afraid. I launched the “final” version of my song “Breaking Me Down” on my Iterations of Zero blog and on my YouTube channel, for what it’s worth. To the surprise of no one, it doesn’t seem to have been listened to by many people, so far. I suppose that’s what happens when one puts a song out and no one’s ever heard of the person who made it. I certainly have no marketing apparatus at my back to try to promote the song, and I would probably rather use such an apparatus to promote my books if I had such a thing. The song is honestly just for my own self-indulgence, though of course I’d be delighted if anyone listened to it and liked it.
I’ve written only another page or so on Neko/Neneko since last week, and I’ve done a smattering of editing on Unanimity. Some of this relative dearth of output is due to the fact of my song. Most of my “free” hours in recent weeks were burned in arranging and playing and singing and producing “Breaking Me Down,” so my usual work—not my day job, obviously—got left by the wayside. If there exists a person who is actually looking forward to any of my written works in progress—and I doubt that such a person exists—then I apologize. I can only say that I would be much more motivated to continue working and to go faster if I but heard from you once in a while. I have accounts on Facebook and Twitter, as well as my two blogs here on WordPress…and, of course, you’re free to leave reviews of my books on Amazon. I look forward to hearing from you.
Well…I would certainly like to hear from you.
Anyway, that’s more or less all I have to say for this week. I hope you’re all well, and that you continue to be well, in this most possible of all possible worlds.