Happy New Year, everyone! I’m so glad you’ve taken a moment of your day to visit. It truly is a pleasure to be here as well. I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. To you, I tip my hat in honor of your steadfast support of my work, and for all that you do for me over the course of the year. May this year bring you good tidings.
As always, my goal is to entertain you.
So, what are my plans this year? Well, last year was interesting, to say the least. I wrote tons about zombies, went off on a tangent delivering my perspective of the Jodi Arias trial, and completed my Ranger Martin trilogy.
My wish for 2016 is to be able to provide you with the best entertainment you can’t find anywhere else. This will take a lot of work from my side, delivering engaging topics, discovering new theories, and highlighting my favorite things.
I think, though, it will be worth it. Much of what I have planned for 2016 will be in the context of what I come to realize as truth then impart to my readership the information as lessons learned. I may actually write more about writing given folks have been asking via email how do I maintain a site so consistently and still deliver a book a year.
You may also find me talking more about human nature, overcoming trials, and getting along.
But not everything will be serious. I’ll always continue to provide my favorite recipes, my very best photos, my vacation summaries and most of all, an honest opinion. I really want to make this new year a banner year for creativity—not only for me, but for everyone visiting my site.
If this is your first time here, have a look through my archives. I have them grouped in sections so that you can enjoy them as individual pieces or as part of a series. I’ve written my site with two purposes in mind:
- To attract readers interested in the topics I love writing about, and
- To support my books
Some topics, such as cooking and family life are not what one would come to expect from a writer who has written about zombies for over three years, yet I think it’s important to get to know a writer from all angles. That’s my honest opinion.
For those of you who have been with me from the beginning, I am in awe that you are still here. The longer I keep contributing my thoughts on my site, the more I realize how wonderful a support you have been toward my writing and me. I’m very thankful for your kind words, your generous views and most of all your ceaseless faith in what I do here, week after week.
Like I said, I’m in awe.
Now, I’m not much for resolutions, yet given today is the typical beginning of New Year’s resolutions for most people, I thought I’d add one for myself.
My resolution for 2016 is to become more transparent with my writing goals in order to provide my audience a peek into what I’m working on.
What’s that? What am I working on now? I can’t say. Shh, it’s a secret.
Oh, well. So much for resolutions.
Happy New Year, everyone!
What are you doing for New Years’ Day? Have you made any resolutions for 2016?
6 thoughts on “Resolutions”
Happy new year.
I haven’t made any resolutions. What I want to do this year will have been planned last year. The build up to Christmas is a distraction, so maybe now I can reorganise and get back on the book promotion treadmill…
Happy New Year, and thanks for visiting and commenting on my own blog.
Enjoy the new year, Chris! 🙂
Happy New Year Jack. All the best in 2016
Best to you as well, John!
Honesty is in the mind of the beholder. You say honest and I say to you maybe, to me maybe not. To be honest with you, means that you may have been dishonest to me in the past. For example, you could be a zombie, who says, “I will not eat you.” Honest I will not, but are you lying? Do zombies lie, tell falsehoods, or is it just their nature and they cannot help themselves?