If my estimations are correct, the very first new Grimm on the “Wall Grimm” blog will be posted on December 18th.
I’m anxious for the transition to come to an end. Again, I apologize that it has consumed most of my attention, in effect overshadowing the “Sage Doyle” blog. Yet once the process is complete, there will be more poetry on “Sage Doyle” and I’ll be focusing on organizing the archives of the poetry that I already have on there. On “Wall Grimm” I have brainstormed things to do with my old writing that didn’t seem to fit in anywhere else.
One idea I’m tossing around is my decision to take an old novel, which needs work, and post it on “Wall Grimm” as if it’s a novel Grimm is writing. I figure if it’s posted in pieces, as in a serial, the flow is different than it would read as a novel, and I can edit each piece prior to posting, so it should work. Also, if Grimm’s actively writing it, then presumably it’s a rough draft anyway, so a little need for editing works.
I guess I’m anxious for my novels to be read since I just got another rejection. I’d post The Opera which is the one I’ve been submitting, but it’s polished and ready for publication, and I only began submitting it in July, and stopped submitting in August. It’s ready for another round. It’s a tough one to get published though because the consensus is that it’s too graphic and the content is too controversial. So who knows, maybe it will end up on the blog eventually, since I’m not writing for fame or fortune, I only want people to read my stuff.
Anyway, thanks for sticking with me. Remember, if you’re not following the Grimm blog directly, the new posts won’t show up in your reader. Also, all the old Grimm posts on “Sage Doyle” are gradually being deleted as they appear here. I realized that the links for past reblogs or pingbacks will no longer work. Sorry about that.
Take care, peace, ciao, I love my readers.