Any of you fine folks who've been reading this blog for any length of time will likely have noticed that Michelle didn't post yesterday, and Thursday is her usual day here. Well, here's the thing: Michelle is busy writing a book and her publisher has given her a deadline. There are worse fates.
You might also be interested to hear that Domey Malasarn is working on a book. While I'm at it, I should mention that I'm working on a new one, too, and I have a couple of novels out on submission via my charming agent, Weronika "Sounds like Veronica" Janczuk. What this means to you, Mighty Writers, is that your hosts are busy writing novels and we also have adult life stuff to do. What I'm getting at is that we've decided that we can no longer guarantee a daily Literary Lab post for you.
This makes us sad, but the sadder fact is that we haven't really had time to put together thoughtful and useful (and sometimes just plain interesting) posts for you, and so we've sometimes been wasting your time lately by enticing you here for a lukewarm meal of Not Much To Say. Michelle, Domey and I want to give you better than lukewarm. We want to give you steaming hot, boiling, molten, flaming and smoking ideas and observations about the venerable and honorable and totally sexy craft of writing. Our hope is that, by posting only When We Have Something To Actually Say, the posts will be worth reading, helpful and thought-provoking.
So that's the new world order here at the Literary Lab, at least for the time being while Domey, Michelle and I are knocking ourselves senseless with new projects. We've agreed that there will be a new post a couple of times each week, from at least one of us, so don't stop following the blog! I forbid that! Take your hand off your mouse, you.