As I posted on my relatively new Facebook page (I signed up for it months ago but never did anything with it until yesterday), I've finally joined the collective. It wasn't that I was afraid (much) of the internet; it's that I'm very much an end-user. The thought of setting up and maintaining my own website was a little daunting. Add to the fact that I tend to procrastinate when unsure about choices and decisions, and well, here I am several years later doing what I should've done when Covenants was released.
But it's all good. My Facebook is configured and I'm writing my first post for my Blog. And in the process I discovered that it wasn't the huge bugbear I made it out to be. But that was probably because I whined and moaned enough that a friend and fellow writer from my writing group, Chris Kern, took pity and walked me through the process.
So now I'm watching the afternoon sun pour through my livingroom windows as I face the terror of another blank page. I'll probably procrastinate some before posting this, but all in all I'm glad that I'm finally taken the plunge.
Here's to calm seas and prosperous voyages.