Can’t tell the difference between a post and a page.  Just trying things out here.  If you’ve already read my first “page,” you’ve read this.

I’m a blogger!  Been threatening to do this for years, and, finally, here I am.  Admittedly, I have taken this step to establish a presence on the internet, and I hope that a few people will show up to check out what I have to say.  I love to write and have been doing so since I was in grade school.  I thrive on the challenge of a story that requires delving into the darkness in our souls, and I work hard to meet my own admittedly perfectionist standards.

I am here because of Lisen.  Lisen is a friend of mine.  We grew up together, in a manner of speaking.  She taught me what it means to lose everything and come back fighting.  I showed her what life on Earth was like, and, in turn, she has rewarded me with some of the best moments an author could ever ask for from a character.  Now it’s time for her to venture out into the literary world, and I want to do everything I can to help her succeed.  So here I am.

The book’s name is “Fractured: Lisen of Solsta, Book 1,” and it is available on Amazon in both hard copy and Kindle.  This blog will often delve into Lisen’s world, but I also hope to look at writing in general, the pros and cons of independent publishing versus the traditional publishing route.  When the need drives me, I will also write about the dilemmas of life as they strike me.  I know it will take a while to build a following.  This first blog is not likely to attract followers in droves, but it is a start.  Show  up in a week or 2 and hopefully I’ll have something to say that’s actually worth saying.

3 thoughts on “Post? Page?

  1. Looks like it will be very interesting. You have developed a very easy to read, flowing style in your writing. I have enjoyed your writing in the past, but this is so much better. Looking forward to more.

  2. Keep at it. You are brilliant and success will be yours. Ooops, do I sound like a fortune teller?
    As I said in FB, I am waiting anxiously for Book II.

  3. I didn’t read it all, but this is pretty cool! A blog, no less. I have considered putting up a blog site. (For me, it would be a blah, blah, blaggh site.) There is one I posted as part of a world religion class I took. Evidently the professor left the blog active. Four years later, I am still getting comments, discussion points, and queries about what I posted on that site. It was my first foray into online “threaded” discussion via blog spot and the mechanics of it remain a mystery to me. For me, the blogishphere (sp?) remains an obsure place of fog and shrouded shapes. I never remember to visit the ones I’ve enjoyed unless a trigger is provided. Your FB post did that for me today.

    Thank you and keep writing! (Gail)

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