I’m guest blogger on the KeithPublicactions blog in a couple weeks or so. That’s September 27 for those of you who might want to see what Keith Publications is like and what I have to say.
The thing is, I’m technologically challenged so it might be the last guest post I do. Probably not but I’m an emotional wreck after doing a poor job of what most people can do perfectly in their sleep. In other words, I’m still recovering from the technology involved in a simple and rather short post.
Foolish me, I thought all I’d have to do was write a scintillating post and send it to them. Like I said, foolish me.
Keith Publications, like many blogs, knows that authors like me need publicity and they provide it in the form of having me do a guest blog. Great idea. Gets my name out, gets out the name of my upcoming book and a little about it.
And that’s the problem. In order for them to so nicely get all that information out, they need to have it. Which means I have to provide it. All of it. Me. Just me. No fairies out there flitting from my computer to theirs with everything they need to know. Darn.
So I filled out what seemed like a very, very long form with everything in it I could possibly think of that anyone might want to know about me. Then I wrote a post. That part was easy, I enjoy writing.
Then I tried to send them everything they wanted. The form. I think it got there okay. A picture of me that my computer refused to upload. A link to my blog that I might have got to them… or I might not have. The blog that I’m fairly sure went okay. If not, then there won’t be a blog by yours truly on the Keith Publications’ site.
You get the idea. I’m technologically challenged. I’ve signed up for a class on WordPress blogs so maybe I’ll be able to figure out how to do this blog that I’ve been doing for over a year. Or maybe not. After all this is me we’re talking about here.
So maybe this guest blog thing is too much of a good thing. Maybe I’ll just stick to doing what I do best…. writing romance fiction… and leave the technological stuff to others.
Or maybe not. After all, there’s always next time…