Not-so-subtle reminder

Hello!  If you came here expecting one of my rambling dissertations about some aspect of the writing Craft, all I can say is, sorry to disappoint.  Last Thursday I posted a promotional page with a lot of material covered.  It had a good many views, and almost as many likes as readers found new blogs and books to explore.  Now I’m making a stop that is fully uncluttered to make sure I get one point across.

I’m not going to be trying to give writing lessons here any longer; there are many far more qualified people doing that already.  Whatever blogging I do now is purely for my own enjoyment, and can be found at my long-established blog, Jack’s Hideout along with a list of the blogs I follow that updates in real time, so I won’t be putting a laundry list of blogs in the Thursday post anymore.  Stop by the Hideout and peruse the list, and dive into anything that strikes your fancy!

I have made many good friends on the web, and would hate to lose any of you because I’m not writing anymore, so this is my invitation, my request, really, that you click the link and come by to see what I’m up to.  If you find it interesting, follow, read, comment, enjoy.  I’d love to hear from you.  I’m just not interested in writing another book.  I’d love to see you there, but if not, I understand.  Wishing you all the best, whatever you decide to do.

~ Jack

P.S.  For Alicia and anyone else who may have tried without success to follow the Hideout, I have found two new “Follow” widgets that seem to work, one by email, the other by RSS feed.  One is near the top of each sidebar.  If they don’t work, let me know, and I’ll look for something else to try!

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