I have some news for you this sunny Thursday morning. I'm saying farewell to my blog here on Blogger. I've had this blog up for a couple of years now, and it's seen many different transformations. It's gone from a blog about big-city traffic, to a blog about nothing in particular but what I wanted to post, to a blog about my writing, to a blog about Myths, Weird News, and Futuristic Posts, to what it's been recently.
And now, I think it's time to put it away for a little while. I've had a ton of fun coming up with different blog topics, and it's been really cool to see my views for each post rise from a couple dozen to several hundred. So, to all my readers, thank you for checking out what I had to say!
To all the blogs I follow, I will try my best to check back in every once in a while to see what you are all posting. I hope that as long as you're still enjoying it, you continue to crank out those blogs and bless the world with your unique expressions!
There came a time when I quit Myspace, a time when I quit Facebook, and now it's Blogger time. All three are very cool, and I'm not knocking them, but they do tend to take up lots of Time. And what I sadly don't have right now in my life is much Time. If you want to keep in touch, you can follow me on Twitter, at my new address, which is my **REAL** name (some of you don't even know my real name!) But here it is... @Carrie_Sullivan
Basically, I'm trying to find myself as a writer again. And sometimes with all the pressure to market and have a blog and do things the way media and marketing experts want...well, it ultimately takes you away from your art. And I'm going to get back to my art, which is creating stories that I love. And maybe when I finally get one of my projects out and ready to start selling, I'll dive back into the blog thing, or Facebook and a website. Not sure yet, but I'll know then.
Selling millions of copies of my novels isn't my topmost goal (though if it happens, I'll take it). Even making a living as a writer isn't too high on my priority list. I simply want to use what little spare time I have in my life (when I'm not trying my best to keep and nourish the friendships and other relationships that I have) to do what I truly enjoy...to do what I've had a passion for since I've been about 5 years old: creating my art.
Take care, everyone! It's been a blast!