What It Is | The Bookmaker’s Note 5/22/21

I said The Note would be back on May 22nd or 23rd or something, and the The Note is back on May 22nd or 23rd or something. When I say I’m going to do something, I do it, and that’s just what it is.

You know, if what I’m saying I’m going to do isn’t completely crazy. Like, the bad kind of crazy.

This rendition of The Note is not meant to announce the end of my hiatus. Quite the contrary, actually. Today I finished revising Running: How To Torture Yourself And Enjoy It |The Unvictimized Edition|, the first of my 11 books. It went very well, but it took a lot longer than I thought it was going to take. My plan was to revise the rest of my 11 books and republish every one of them in tandem with the release of my 12th book Over the River: The Emancipation of Jonathan Knox, and it wasn’t the only plan I made. It is the only plan that’s staying the same, though.

There are going to be some changes coming to The Hillside Commons in the part of the future which lies between the near and the distant, but until then I’m going to leave everything as it is. The blog posts for Untitled Bigfoot Project and The Monksville Chronicles were all scheduled ahead of time, so they’ll continue to run until either my hiatus is over or they run out, whichever comes first. My books are all available to read for free on my website and will stay that way, and everything will remain available on Amazon.

So basically, nothing will change until everything changes, and I don’t know when it’s all going to change. But, I do know it will change. If you’re reading this, I sincerely hope you’ll be around to see it when it does.

Since you’re there, noted reader, thank you for being there. From this day on, we move forever forward~

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