Housekeeping

I’m trying something new in an effort to blog more consistently. Everyone loves alliterative blog prompts, right? Good. Here are the ones I’ve come up with.

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  • Media Mondays – Commentary on movies, tv shows, music, basically any kind of pop culture and entertainment media. Except stuff that uses the internet as its primary medium. I’ll save that for…
  • Web Wednesdays -Web fiction. Web nonfiction. Blogs. Vlogs. Memes. Teh Interwebs. Stuff in this category may overlap with…
  • Frivolity Fridays – Style, food, pets, personal anecdotes, just random stuff that amuses me at the moment. The main requirement is no seriousness whatsoever. That’ll go on the occasional…
  • Serious Sundays – This will probably not be a weekly thing. But when I want to write about a serious philosophical social justice issue, it’ll go here.

None of these will be hard and fast rules. Some posts I want to write won’t fit neatly into one of these four categories. Sometimes I’ll want to post about current events on the day they happen, and if current events won’t accommodate Jon Stewart’s schedule, I’m guessing they don’t care too much about mine. And of course, the whole reason I started this blog was to gain visibility as an author, so posts about my writing projects (especially Thalia’s Musings) will take precedent over everything.

Okay, then. We’ll see how this goes and how long it takes me to swap it out for a totally different system. Have a great weekend!

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Author, blogger, internet person. My claim to fame is Thalia's Musings, an indie fantasy series set in the ancient Greek pantheon and narrated by the muse of comedy. http://thaliasmusingsnovels.com/ https://amethystmarie.com/

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