Saturday, March 26, 2016

I'm Moving! Read this post so you don't lose me.

Well I've been doing a little blog housecleaning getting ready for the April A to Z blog challenge as was mentioned in an earlier post.

And, if you follow me on Facebook, you know I attended the Cuenca International Writer's Conference this month. In doing so I met a lot of people from around Ecuador who travelled to Cuenca for the conference.  One of those people was Rick Segreda from Quito. And he asked if I had a blog and what the name of it was and he said, "Your blog should be called ..." Sorry, you'll have to wait until the end of the post.

Of course, my first thought was, I can't change my blog name! I'll lose all my followers. And the A to Z challenge is coming up and I'm already registered and. And that's what we do when someone suggests we change something we've grown comfortable with, isn't it? We find all the reasons NOT to do that thing. No matter how great an idea it is.

This is Rick. He looks like a smart man I should listen to, right? Photo courtesy of Geoffey Geophoto.

So the one thing that might make us consider making that change is when we are procrastinating something else we should be doing. Right? Haven't we all done things that way? So I'm procrastinating writing. Writing my new content for the challenge and writing book three of the series too. I have a good excuse...I'm sick. I have the most wicked cold this side of hell, so of course it would be so much easier and take a lot less mental energy to move my blog than to write.  It's can call me crazy, I've been called crazy before.

This is Su Terry, I didn't get to go to her session, but it looks like I should have. Photo courtesy of Geoffrey Geophoto

Quickly now, run over to the new blog page and follow or subscribe so you don't miss all the new content. The new blog, thanks to Rick, is Frankly Scarlett and you can find it Here is Frankly Scarlett.

Have a Happy Easter and I'll see you all next week.
Scarlett in Cuenca
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