I’m going to start this blog off with some honestly. Refreshing, huh?
I would rather write another book series of 320K words than write a single blog entry. Blogging is intimidating. So why am I doing it? Well, everyone else is… And yes, I’d jump off the cliff if my friends did.
Then there’s also all the advice that says blogging is the best way to build a platform for writers. I’m a writer. I need a platform. I need ways to keep people interested. Drive traffic. But to write a blog these days seems like trying to reinvent the wheel. I could post pictures of my breakfast or narrate my life as a writer, but that’s kind of being done. Sure I’ll post breakfast pics randomly, just for fun. And I’ll give insights into the odd things I do as a writer. I’ll even offer small tidbits about my journey, if it helps any aspiring authors.
However, this blog needs to be done differently if I’m going to do it. So the main topic will focus on true paranormal stories. That’s what interests me. That’s what The Lucidite Series is about. And hell that’s what you all really want to read about, right? Is telekinesis real? What are some scientific studies that involve telepathy? And how do you hone your intuitive abilities so you can get tomorrow’s lottery numbers? Check back often for the answers to these questions and more.
And as a bonus, I might even throw in a rant or two here or there. So be warned, don’t cut me off in traffic.
“Are you kidding? That guy was a mystery wrapped in an enigma and crudely stapled to a ticking f&@$ing time bomb. He was either going to hit somebody or start a blog.” ― Lev Grossman, The Magicians