PinShareShareTweet0 Shares I’ve not posted in a while because there were a lot of things going on, not the least of which is I’m making the transition from senior scientist to full-time writer and it’s taken me a while to get my feet back in the sidesaddle of the writing business again. By necessity and […]
I’ve not posted in a while because there were a lot of things going on, not the least of which is I’m making the transition from senior scientist to full-time writer and it’s taken me a while to get my feet back in the sidesaddle of the writing business again. By necessity and choice, I won’t be writing sidesaddle any more, although my goal is to make that horse dance and prance to its best ability. The blog posts went by the wayside during all this as I didn’t want to just post a fluff piece. I hate it when others do that so I don’t want to do that either.
2017 was a tumultuous year. Ending my career as a scientist at the University of Cologne, some serious health issues, and lots of travel were pointy sticks in my brain and distracted me from my passion, which is writing and publishing. I succeeded in none of my publishing goals. On the other hand, I did do a lot of writing, it just didn’t get to the finished stage that I had hoped before 2017 flounced right on out the door. My goal is to do better in 2018 Much much better. But to also enjoy life while doing it (hence, this year’s name).
I also decided to change up my website (the new site will be at terraemotusbooks.com) and the basic design should be finished sometime soon. I’ll be moving to WordPress and if everything goes well, all my posts from Blogger will go with me. Once I get it populated with my books and things, In the meantime, January will be a whirlwind month with several writing projects to finish and organize.
As soon as I have a more definite announcement about new releases and the website, I’ll post it here.
Quick update: after writing this post, I saw that one of my short stories, A Gift from Fibonacci, is featured on The Wild Musette this week. So hop on over and read it and also some of the other wonderful stories published by the journal.
Here’s hoping everyone will have plenty of room on the dance floor and lots of energy for the coming year. I’m calling it the Year of Life, Dancing. So let’s put on our best dancing shoes and let loose.
Dancing dolls, Klaus-G. Hinzen