I'm still alive
I haven't posted in a long time. It's funny because there have been many times when had something to post but I'm always thinking that if I'm going to start blogging again, then the first thing I should do is finish Mist Magic, and I can't get myself to finish Mist Magic. And that's funny because I've only got about three or four more postings to finish it. Why can't I get motivated to write three or four more postings?
I think part of the reason I feel burnt-out on Mist Magic is that I was putting a lot more effort into it than I usually put into posting and it was discouraging to know that after all that effort, no more than two or three people were reading it. Even when the Storyblogging Carnival was hosted at a big site like Dean's World, I didn't get any more hits on my blog. And that was discouraging.
Either people just aren't interested in reading fiction on the internet or people just aren't interested in reading my fiction. Either way, it seems pointless to spend a lot of time writing fiction for the blog.
Oh well. Now that I got that off my chest, maybe I will start posting other stuff. And maybe I'll eventually get around to finishing Mist Magic, just because I hate to leave things undone. And because there are two or three people who want to read it.