Blog Structure

So far my blog has been pretty all over the place, and I kind of like that. It is titled the life of a newbie self-published author. With starting a full time job though I think I’m going to try and make my blog more structured. I’m going to limit myself to 3 posts a week, probably on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday. Lately I’ve posted several reviews of books, mainly because I was on vacation and didn’t have anything to post on writing, and I’ve enjoyed doing that; but I believe I’m going to limit myself to just reviews on Saturday. I’ll review more than books too, this way I get to show everyone what I’m interested in. Monday’s will be my writing update and Wednesday’s will be everything else. I might end up going to just two posts a week but I really enjoy posting on here so I don’t think I’ll have a problem with 3.
Even though this is being posted on Wednesday I will post a writing update. Honestly I have not written anything. I did get editing done on episode 2 and it has been sent off to my beta reader (my sister) once she gets back to me I had planned on sending it off to an editor but I think I’m going to write the third one before I do that. I plan on rereading what I’ve written for Twin Moons of Andove 2 and then get back into writing it. I’m behind because of the vacation and now with the new job I don’t see myself catching back up any time soon.
The great thing about being a self-published indie writer is that I get to set my deadlines, I get to say when I’m behind and when I’m not. I answer to my fans and to me. So far I haven’t had any fans beating down my door so I think I’m fine on that front. When I say I’m behind I don’t feel as much pressure as if someone else said I was. This might come back and bite me in the ass.

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