You may remember that last year I did Depressing Update month all through May. My plan is to do it again, releasing a new fact every Sunday: like I did last year. I have two lined up already, and scheduled for the first two weeks. I am, however, experiencing a kind of writers block. I know that I will have enough for the month, I will find the two remainder weeks. We all know that this reality is messed up and dark. I keep getting distracted by the fact that we all die and cannot do anything to stop it. I did, however, publish that fact last year.
I am not releasing this to worry (?) you, but I just felt like venting.
JUST A REMINDER: there are still downloads available for the first 100 pages of You’re Not Dead, though we are reaching the end of the 222 I decided to set. It should help with the isolation blues.
Fuck knows that I am cynical.
Today, I had a text interview. I much prefer those over video simply because I can think longer about what I want to say and craft my answers to make sure my point is made. In video, no matter how much time is actually granted to you, there is a sense of rush.
Anyway, I will make sure to post links when that comes up. I just wanted to say something about it because it is fresh in my mind.
The note I will make about it without giving anything away is how strange the feeling of an interview is. It is basically a moment where you can brag and NOT seem like a tool. I am confident on my answers, however. I tried to be honest and modest. I might have even succeeded.
UPDATE: It has been roughly 24 hours since I wrote the thing. I have refused to read it over after the initial spelling and quality check. I cannot decide if that is a good or bad sign.
I am looking to send out more free PDF’s to reviewers. Leave a comment, if you are interested.