A Bit about Rapid Connections, Plus What I’ve Been Up To…

How was your weekend? Mine was good…I actually stayed away from normal shopping (although I did have to pop out to buy a printer. The one I had died/leaked/cracked/something or other to make it not work anymore.

Let’s get to it.

I was able to get the submission sent in for the middle-grade adventure fiction contest I wanted to enter. Now I have to get something done up for the other contest I’m entering which is due tomorrow (bad form, I know–which is why 99% of the time I don’t do things this way).

I didn’t want this post to be one of those blab and close out posts, but I’ve had a lot of things swirling in my head for a while (including the ending of that book I blogged about last week, which I won’t spoil for you).

Thing is, sometimes I feel like Yogi Berra (to an extent). As a fiction writer, I’m making connections to things, and as a copywriter, I do that too. Problem is, sometimes I’m doing things so fast, and things come out as a reaction to something else, that I don’t really know what I’m doing. (Which I’ll be getting into tomorrow, actually.)

Today is actually the last day of February, and for some reason, I get totally jazzed about being able to blog on the first and/or last day of the month (holy molus).

So I’ll get to indulge that today and tomorrow, so to speak. Which is fun for me. (We’re also having company over in a few days, so I’ll be getting ready for them, and then there’s an email series I’m working on for a client…who lives in Thailand–wild).

All right, that’s it…make those connections among people, places, ideas, what-have-ya, and more.

Until next time,

Ty

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About Ty Mall

Thanks for stopping by. I've almost always been interested in writing, among other things. Along with discovering pop culture, I've uncovered a lot about the craft over the past 10 years. And whether you're a fiction writer or email copywriter, I'm here to pass on what I've found out. And have a ton of fun in the process.
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