I have a desire to write.
…the spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak.Matthew 26:41b
Anyone who has visited this blog in the last year can see that I’ve not been posting much. A book here… A thought about a few apps there. But overall, I’ve been absent. If I may, let me bend your ear for a moment to tell you where I’m at and where I’m going.
I guess I’ve just been really busy lately, and obviously, my priorities have been elsewhere. But, I have a desire to write, so this seems like a good opportunity to pivot the direction of this Book Blog into more of a personal journal – a glimpse into the things I love most, and I’m inviting you to come along.
After giving it some good, hard thought, I’ve determined that I have three hobbies about which I am passionate, and I take every opportunity to combine them, so that I can enjoy multiple hobbies simultaneously.
Outside of my day job, I’ve decided to dedicate myself to the following pursuits:
Photography | VoiceOver | Writing
You may have noticed small changes on this site that have hinted at this, but as of the time of this writing, they haven’t been fleshed out. I think it’s time for that to change. One of the biggest changes that I am making right away is the URL for this site. While www.fellowbibliomaniacs.com will continue to function until 01 February 2023, I am changing the primary URL for this site to:
I’m making this change because I want to connect with you. I want you to see who I am and that I am more than just one thing. Since my site will be about a variety of things, I want to make it easy for you to find and follow along with the parts that matter to you. Perhaps, you are a fellow photographer, and you’re looking to connect about cameras and film and taking portraits, but you don’t really care what I think about the last book that I read. That’s OK! Each post will be categorized and each topic will be easily available from links in various places around the site (most notably, at the top of the page). If you would do me the great honor of following my page, you may receive notifications when I post, but I hope to make it clear what each post is about so that you can quickly decide whether you want to jump in or move on to the next thing.
I hope to build community with you. That means, I welcome your comments and responses to questions, etc, but let’s agree right out of the gate to be respectful of one another.
Please ask me questions. I may not know the answer, but I love learning, so tell me what you want to know more about, and I’ll see what I can do to write something that is valuable to you.
Stay up-to-date with my nonsense by subscribing to my email list. By subscribing, you’ll receive email notifications when a new post is available. You can unsubscribe at any time (but I hope you don’t).
It’s March, and Spring is just around the corner.
In the Northern Hemisphere, it’s time to get the garden started, and the bicycle tires aired up. The gloom of winter will soon pass, and the sun will be our companion. What is one thing you will do this year to make this your best summer yet? Share your ideas in the comments.
The Nutcracker Trilogy
I will continue to shamelessly promote these books because I’m so excited about being a small part of Drosselmeyer’s journey. If you’re new here, let me encourage you to check out The Nutcracker Trilogy by Paul Thompson. All three books are available in print and as e-books. Books one and two are available as audiobooks, narrated by yours truly. Click the links below to explore.
Oh, and it doesn’t have to be Christmas for you to enjoy these stories (just like it doesn’t have to be Christmas to enjoy Harry Potter).
Apple Books / Apple Audiobooks / Amazon / Audible
Want to see what else I’m up to?
If something you’ve read here on my website has piqued your interest, click the link below to see all the places you can find me. Granted, I take every opportunity to point people to this site, but I encourage you to explore my links.