What (I Think) I Will Be Up To

You know, I don’t think I can get back to a daily blogging schedule.

I mean, I still AM crazy busy with work, will probably be so until end of this year at the very least. But even beyond that, I can’t see myself blogging daily anymore. It takes time to get into a routine, and it takes even more time (and effort) to get back into a routine.

So, I’ve been thinking, maybe I’d like to give this book writing thing another crack. Or two…

The last time I failed miserably because I was trying to write something based off a true story. My true story in fact. It was extremely taxing on me emotionally and I just couldn’t go on.

I figured I should be fine if I DO NOT write something based off my true story. I think I could do fiction, that’s always my preferred genre, because with fiction, anything goes. That way, the only thing taxing will be to stay motivated and dig in for the long haul, I suppose.

I’ve even put down a couple of pages in draft, and at the risk of jinxing myself yet again…

What you see here, are two sub stories which I have still not figured out how to merge into one main story. I guess when I am no longer overworked (some time next year), I will give this a bit more serious thought.

Or maybe I could just write two different books. That’s not such a bad idea too. πŸ™„

Now I’m tired again. It’s Sunday and I just got home from work. Time to relax myself with some Japanese anime songs…

I wonder if Miku will get a dedicated anime series. She should. I mean, it would abso-fucking-lutely sell like hotcakes on steroids. I wonder what her company is waiting for… πŸ™„

If they release the full version of World Etude, it would sell like hotcakes on steroids too. In fact, it would sell like hotcakes on steroids, on steroids. There’s a whole bunch of people in Team Altair out there… πŸ™„


    • Work come first, then enjoyment. Sadly, blogging regularly doesn’t fall under that category anymore. πŸ™„

  1. Wow! I am impressed that you could still churn out the 2 draft stories when you are so busy! No pressure. Just a post here once a month would keep this blog alive. Just a suggestion.

  2. Huh, I thought most of us blog coz we want to (for specific reasons) and are happy doing it. But if it’s until burnt out or self ignition, then where’s the fun in that.

    That’s the problem with not blogging regularly (and by that I don’t mean daily), once you get into that routine, it’s difficult to restart especially when your page views get lesser with fewer people visiting, it then becomes difficult to get motivated to write again. That’s why I would never impose a daily blogging schedule on myself when I know I won’t be able to keep up. Like TM said, everyone should blog at their own pace and not put unnecessary pressure on themselves. You have to enjoy blogging, otherwise why do it. Once the enjoyment stops, so should the blogging. Good luck on your writing thing, that’s even harder than blogging.

  3. I have blogged for years at my own pace and never tried on daily basis. I have seen many who got stressed by their own words to fulfill. SK got burnt out & self ignite into flames. LOLOL. Take it easy OK.
    You seem to love everything Japanese from Katsu Sandwich to songs & anime. Now you drive a Honda too! Happy Sunday friend.

    • Twilight Man: ‘got burnt out & self ignite into flames’ I blog once a month, and I feel exactly this way right now. Great description of self-imploding πŸ˜€

      CL: I think a lot of us could see it coming that you aren’t going to be blogging daily anymore. No surprise… πŸ™„ Two books doesn’t sound too bad if you can’t figure out how to combine the two significantly different plots. Make one or the other as a dream world and well, problem solved in a fictional world πŸ˜€ I also got book inspiration these days, even come up with one chapter title for my book. Maybe this is how bloggers get famous πŸ™„

      • You should just stop blogging altogether to prevent the risk of self ignition then. πŸ™„

        I don’t think bloggers get famous by writing books. At least not the most of them. Most of them get famous for parading their daily life and/or their big boobs if they are girls. πŸ™„

        • Hmmm, I’m wondering who you’re referring to. By the way, not all (food) bloggers parade their daily lives and big boobs ok? πŸ˜‰ I know of only two….kekeke! πŸ˜€

          • Yalah, I don’t mean food bloggers wei. Famous food bloggers and famous (all) bloggers… they generally operate on different levels I think…

    • Yeah that’s what I am declaring, I am taking it easy and will continue to do so hahaha!

      Japanese things are nice, so there’s no problem to love them, right? πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

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