Hi there, Jay fans & friends! It’s Dawn, poking my head into Jay’s blog yet again to tell you all about some changes to the blog. Don’t worry, it’s nothing bad…
Some of you are aware that Jay works a day job. This job is part of the reason we moved at the beginning of the year, and it’s definitely taking up more of Jay’s time now then it did in the past. He loves the work, so this is not a bad thing.
Many of you are aware that we bought our first home in December. If you’re a homeowner yourself, then you know that means we have loads of home projects to do now. If you know Jay at all, then you also know he’s coming up with all kinds of MacGyver-style projects that he has to start RIGHT NOW!!! No, not later, NOW!!
Most of you (all of you, I hope?) are also aware that Jay is working on Book II of “Walking Between Worlds”. If you’ve read Book I, then you’re eagerly awaiting this next installment to find out what happens after that evil cliffhanger Jay left you with (I know I am!). We want to get this book out into the world before next Christmas…possibly in the fall…and that is going to take some time. And then there is the huge (and I do mean *huge*) list of books that Jay has waiting in the pipeline he calls his brain, some of which I’m also hoping to get into your hot little hands this year.
All of these things contribute to less time to write a weekly blog, especially if you’re a #WordyMoFo like Jay. So, for the time being, we’ve made a decision to cut the blog back to a monthly post instead of a weekly one. And while this means less of his lengthy essays on spiritually charged words/subjects, it will mean more books in the future, and we all want that, right? Right.
So enjoy your weekend, and we’ll see you back here on February 20th for the next blog post!
P.S. If you’re still dying to read something from Jay this week, why not scroll through the archives? He’s written some really great stuff – my personal favorite is “The Optimist, The Pessimist, and The Realist”. Or, if you haven’t read “Walking Between Worlds; Book I: Demons & Angels” yet (what are you waiting for, read it already!!), we have a four chapter sample for you to check out here.