Blogging is about community. It’s about making real connections with others through comments, shared posts, feedback, and team-ups. It’s about working together to create something new and special. And if it weren’t for people like you, I still wouldn’t know the first thing about proper SEO, crossposting, graphic design, or scheduling. But here I am, five months in with about 100 subscribers and a growing, steady readership. But we aren’t done just yet. Let’s grow that community. Let’s collaborate by writing together and featuring each other.
So, writers, artists, designers–email me, and let’s ring in the new year by making something cool together.
There’s something in the water. And everybody’s drinking it.
Continue reading morning coffee: Drink. (Don’t Drink.)
Irrecollections has (and always will be) a haven for fresh-squeezed content, both fiction and nonfiction.
To better meet your needs, we’re undergoing some renovations. Major renovations. And we’re pretty damn pumped about it. The metadata’s all packed, old articles have been trashed, and all-new content’s primed and waiting to post. All that remains is a flip of the switch.
And the best part–you don’t have to go anywhere. Same address, new house.
Thanks for all of your support. Thanks for all the comments and emails; thanks for the notes and encouragement. You’re the best.
If you’re not writing, then you’re not a writer. There. I said it. Fight me.
Continue reading If You’re Not Writing, You’re Not a Writer.
Getting to the door is more difficult than I might have thought originally. Continue reading morning coffee: My Life as an Amoeba (Oct. 9)
The time loop seems to repeat about every five minutes these days. It’s only a matter of time before the office reaches mass capacity. Continue reading morning coffee: Office Politics (Oct. 9)