Much of the past week has been spent fighting the inevitable inertia that comes with two holidays only seven days apart. Last night I finished reading Edgar A. Poe, and tomorrow I'll finish and (hopefully) review The Unseen by T.L. Hines, so be on the lookout for that review.
I hope everyone's holidays went well, and I'm looking forward to sharing the new year with all of my readers. I'll probably keep complaining about the book industry and wishing I was getting more attention than I am at present. I'll probably set up a Cafe Press site with some merchandise for you to show support for the site and the tiny tales here at 100 Words. February looks like the month I'll celebrate 100 Words turning 100, so be on the lookout for that. And if you're in or around Gulf Shores, Alabama, let me know and I'll be sure to pass along an invite to the 100 Words party (most likely bowling, but I'm open to ideas).
I should have a much longer story published some time in the middle of this month, so when that goes up online, I'll be sure to post a link here. Consider it proof that my attention span can outlast a short paragraph or two.
March and April are going to be the months that decide the future of my career as I discover which (if any) graduate schools will be welcoming me in the fall. So keep your fingers crossed so hard your knuckles turn white.
And those are the updates. As soon as I gather enough energy to start following the blogs again, I'll start filling mine with angry (but hopefully relevant) responses. You can read my other blogs and a host of short stories at Jonathan Dozier-Ezell :: 100 Words Until then...
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Literacy, literacy, literacy ... and world peace.