22 March 2010

Caffeine is my fickle friend.

I can't decide how I wanna do this whole getting my fiction writing back on track. Do I want to go ahead and restart the "A Million More to Go" blog or do I want to start from scratch and create a website (free because I am poor)? TOO MANY DECISIONS!!

I am creating waaaaaay too much stress for myself right now. But it's going to be worth it because I say so. I've got big, important ideas!

I have gotten back into those delusions of grandeur. You know the ones: someone totally famous and influential will read my stories and contact me about wanting to start a television show! Someone else will want to do a comic! Bungie or Epic Games will send me 100,000,000 emails about coming up with a video game! Movie companies will fight over rights but I'll say, "Hell, no, producers! I am retaining control of my art!" And they'll all say, "Okay, ruler of the literary world! You're bigger than JK Rowling and Stephanie Meyer combined!" The Oscars/Tonys/Emmys/Grammys/etc. will be swept by my genius creation!

I may have gotten carried away. Back to work, I suppose.

(Oh, and if you're confused, just click here. Audio, done by yours truly.)


  1. Tumblr confuses me. I just... I don't get it.

  2. It's like a combination of Twitter and Blogger. I had trouble getting the hang of it at first but I actually prefer it, in a shorthand kind of way.

    I still like Blogger for my actual posts, though.

  3. I agree with Stef, Tumblr confuses me.

    And as far as delusions of grandeur go, you're not alone. I'm sure we all have moments of 'OMG! My books is going to be the coolest thing since indoor plumbing!'
    This may be a bit over the top, but that doesn't mean you work won't be awesome. Cause it will ;)