I’ve been an insecure blogger all of last week. make that the last few weeks. My blog is migrating to its own domain this Friday, and though I know the transfer is in very good hands, I can’t help feeling jittery!
If I disappear off the radar, I hope at least some of you would come looking for me on Twitter and Facebook. If we aren’t connected there, please leave your ids in the comments, and I’ll follow you back.
To make myself feel less insecure, I’ve been trying to distract myself with a few writing wins.
One of my stories found a home in the Roar Magazine, another will be out soon with the Malaysian publishing house Silverfish.
The best though is this one: The Forge Anthology, a collection of flash-fiction by a bunch of award-winning authors, and I’m somehow lucky enough to be part of this book! If you love flash fiction, and I know some of you do, definitely buy this!
I’m still jittery about my blog, but things don’t look so bad on the writing front. I’m still an insecure writer, and need a group hug, I think. Sigh.
So, dear writer friends, how do you stay secure? All my bloggy friends (who I’m so terrified of losing because of the domain change)– any words of advice? All my reader friends, will you buy The Forge Anthology ? Everyone, we following each other on Twitter and Facebook ? Do we do a mushy group-hug thing before I move homes?
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