CANNON BALL! I’m holding my nose, closing my eyes, and jumping right in.  I’ll find out what the water’s like when I hit it.  Boy jumping into lakeI have already dipped my toe into the pond of e-publishing and now I’m taking the plunge into the Sea of Blogs where I hope to occasionally bring some insight or add some personal perspective to the world of writing, publishing, and visual art.

I am a seasoned graphic artist with over 30 years of design experience and have been creating fine art for even longer.  I have also enjoyed writing, but until now I have never really had an outlet for sharing it.  This year I have begun putting myself out there in a big (at least for me) way. Since August I have published two ebooks (available for Kindle and Nook only), begun work on two more fiction projects and now I am embarking on the commitment of a blog.

I hope you will join me and splash around a little bit.  I admit that I’m a little wet behind the ears, so I hope you’ll be patient with me as I learn to swim with some of the bigger fish. I plan on posting once or twice a week.  I think it will be fun and I hope you will too.

Come on in the water’s fine…



7 comments on “Kowabunga!

  1. Wow. I’m impressed with your e-output. How about a link to Amazon and B&N for the lazy among us?

  2. Love it. Keep on swimming, every week.
    You are prolific, to say the least.

  3. Hi Andy,
    Great blog! Sure makes you look like a pro. I call this step, “You don’t have to get it right, you just have to get it going.” I got that from MikeLitman.com
    It helped me get where I am today. My second book is with the proof readers.

    • Jennifer–
      Thanks for the encouragement. I am learning a lot about writing, publishing, editing, marketing, and blogging from a lot of nice people like you. Good luck with your second book and feel free to poke your head back in here once in a while!

  4. Wow… Who would have thought that the guy whose major pasttime was (in the words of his wife) ” to do nothing” is now quite, quite busy. And we are all the better for his activity. keep up the good work.

  5. I still love to “do absolutely nothing,” but now I make choices. There are still days when I indulge myself, though…

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