Blah, Blah, Blog…

Welcome to my new blog. I’ve been wanting to start one up for sometime, but have been a bit hesitant. You see, it’s a big commitment, and I’ve always figured if I’m gonna do it, I’m gonna do it right. That means blogging a little somethin’-somethin’ EVERY SINGLE DAY! Now, while I’m a fairly interesting guy with fairly interesting things to say, I don’t know if I am EVERY DAY interesting. Alas, never fear loyal reader, I’m up for the challenge and if you do me the solid of stopping in on a daily basis, I will try my very best to do you the solid of posting something worth your while.

Okay then, presenting Blog Post Numero Uno!

First off, allow myself to introduce…myself…

Friends and enemies alike call me Michael Louis Calvillo. I’m a husband, a father, a teacher, and an author of freaky horror fiction. The author bit is the main reason for this blog. It’s my intention to use this site to talk craft and give some insight into what it takes to get published (along with the arduous task of marketing and selling books). If there is something in particular you would like to know about author stuff, please ask via comments or send me an e-mail and I’ll do what I can. In addition to writerly info, I’ll blah, blah, blog on whatever else catches my fancy (or irks the crap out of me).

All right then, see you EVERY DAY! (don’t worry – it’ll be good for both of us) (I promise).

While you wait, check out Ronith, the bestest impersonator in the whole wide world!

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6 Responses to “Blah, Blah, Blog…”

  1. Wow! Excellent! You go Michael!!! Your blog is going to be so cool. Your students have always learned so much from you, as I have as well. Case in point: interesting use of the word solid as a noun as opposed to an adjective, modifying the noun! Love it! New, exciting and enticing; looking forward to reading it daily.

  2. Thanks for reading, Tamsin!

  3. Great looking website Michael!

  4. I see some great blog posts to come!

  5. Thanks for participating guys!

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