New traffic… new posts

by Richard Perkins

During the past few weeks the traffic on my blog has doubled. Evidently word is getting out. So if you’re a new reader, welcome to :D . Here’s what I’ve been up to in the last week:

Renegade’s Door revisions – My 2008 NaNoWriMo novel is currently out with my hand chosen pre-readers for feedback. I’ve started incorporating their comments into my next revision. I’ve also started framing a few new scenes that I plan to add to the novel for the revision that I will send out to potential publishers in February. (“framing” is a polite way of saying procrastinating… I’ve been thinking about the scenes, but haven’t started outlining or written anything down yet ;-) )

Renewable tech – I’ve written the second installment in my Renewable Technology series. This entry is a layman’s description of how wind power works. Be sure to check it out.

Job search – I’ve sent out a couple of resumes this week to renewable energy development companies in the Bay area, including an engineering program manager role that looks very interesting. I also got back in touch with some contacts that may have some technical writing or consulting requirements in the next couple of months. And by all means, if you hear of something interesting in the field of renewable energy tech, drop me a comment! ;-)

7 Responses to “New traffic… new posts”

  1. Congrats with NaNo! I have my 2008 NaNo novel out and about too. Wishing us both good luck!

  2. Thanks Patricia! For those of you who haven’t visited, Communication Exchange is a great source of information and advice to writers and aspiring writers like me. Good luck getting your work published Patricia.

  3. I wish you the best of luck on the job search! Finding a job is never fun.

  4. Thanks Jane. Writing keeps me occupied when I might otherwise be climbing the walls. You can sample some of Jane’s creative talents at or at her alter-ego’s site,

  5. Thanks for the link, Richard, I appreciate it. I meant to ask you, do you mind if I put your blog on my blogroll? I enjoy reading it greatly and would love to share it with my readers.

  6. Jane. Of course you can put my blog on your blogroll. I’d be honored. I visit JaneDoeMusings regularly and always enjoy your stories.

  7. Your link is up on my site. Thanks!