Branching Out

I’ve been toying with the idea of starting a new blog, in addition to this one.

There are a few reasons why I shouldn’t and not very many reasons why I should. In fact, to be truthful, I can’t think of a single reason of why I should except that I want to.

I’ve been futzing around with a new(ish) hobby for a couple of months now and I want to document it. I always want to document the things I do, but I don’t think this blog could take the burden of yet one more of my bursts of intense interest (see: baseball, beer, boxing, running, horror movies). I want to pare this blog down a bit more, steer the focus more back to what’s going on with my writing and my life and maybe offset my numerous hobby bursts to a second blog.

That means a lot more work. And, if you’ve been following this blog for any length of time, you might notice a surly unwillingness to put any work inĀ this blog. But in order to make this one better, I need to keep tweaking and changing and finding new outlets.

We’ll see. I haven’t decided anything yet. But maybe there’ll be another blog out there with my name on it. I mean, aside from all those Xanga blogs I have lying around.

-D-

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3 responses to “Branching Out

  1. LS

    yes, i think the key is you need to make another xanga.

  2. You could add pages to this one for off topic subjects. Written any fiction lately?

    • Dylan Charles

      I’ve been working on a sample for an established science-fiction universe that’ll be ready to send out in April, but other than that, I’ve been sticking with the blog.

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