It's a Patreon week here at Writing About Writing as I work on a number of project for either my patrons or Patreon itself. I've spent the last day and change doing this virtual interview that they'll be using in some kind of internal film. (I think they're about to do a "Mission Statement" shift or roll out some new feature or something.) Tomorrow I'm going to start the Monthly Newsletter. By Friday I'm going to have some kind of Early Access post. I'll try to get something else going too, but living in Groundhog Day means that everything takes so much longer (plus I'm having a dental issue), so there might be a lot of jazz hands. But I'm getting more time off from my clients, so if I can keep the rest of my teeth in my head and not have to drop six hours making a video, I'll be in good shape to end the month on a high note.
In the meantime, here are the three best posts from April. And as close as we came to having these be the ONLY three posts from April, there were a few, and these were the best of them.
I wrote something on the night I came down with Covid-19 hoping to hell that I would wake up and erase it. This didn't happen. I ended up being pretty damn sick.
A lot of April's posts were a little personal and stream-of-consciousnessy, but they did get a lot of views.
One thing writers have been doing for a long time is working from home, so let me give you some advice on how to nail it.
Technically this was nothing more than a link to my other blog, but it would have gotten second place by page views alone.