I’ve not posted anything in four days, which is unusual for me. I don’t actually have a strict writing schedule at the moment, just a bunch of ideas in the Notes app fermenting and gradually taking shape.
My last post was God’s Grand Game (on Monday) and that opened up some really interesting discussions, despite the fact that there was an annoying problem with the tags. I have been in touch with WordPress support (aren’t they great?!) because the post wasn’t showing up under its tags and categories in the Reader. They have assured me they are working to fix the problem, but in the meantime it’s just one of those ‘meh’ things that I believe God sends to keep us humble.
I’m delighted to have finished recording Song 5 of the T.E.N. project, and God-willing that will go live on 10th February. I’m excited about that, especially because I have been working on a (very simple) lyric video to accompany the track.
I’ve also been doing a lot of reading. I’m trying to get my head around email marketing, which is a huge area to learn about. I don’t particularly like the word ‘marketing’ because it’s very businessy and I’m in the WordPress game to build relationships and discuss ideas, not make money. Nevertheless, I do want to find more effective ways of introducing people to my books and essays, and running an effective email list is one way of doing that.
But what’s been taking up the bulk of my time is a new writing project I’m working on. It’s something a little different in that it’s more psychology than theology. I don’t want to give too much away at this stage other than to say it’s coming together really well and I’m excited about it.
Oh, and my toilet broke. The plumber pretty much trashed my bathroom and created more problems than he fixed, but it’s a lesson in patience and these things happen!
Love to all of you and I hope you’ve been well. On Sundays I spend some quality time in prayer and always pray for God’s blessing over all my WordPress subscribers.
That’s it for now. Have a wonderful weekend and keep in touch!