If you were to poke around the site archives, you would find that it was exactly two years ago today that I unleashed Bloodletters on an unsuspecting world. Well, this version of the site, at any rate, Bloodletters-as-blog — the site itself has been online, in one form or another, promoting my horror fiction since 1999. Or in other words, since roughly the late Mesozoic, in Internet terms.
In some ways, it feels like it’s been longer than that, and in others, it doesn’t feel like it could possibly have been that long. In just those two years, I’ve managed to published three collections of short stories, gather some great reviews, and slowly start to build a real fan base.
I’ll admit, this site doesn’t get quite the amount of traffic I keep hoping it will, but hey, you’re here, so, thanks for that. Really, thank you.
If you’ve got a minute, why don’t you wish the site a happy birthday in the comments on this post? It would make my day, it honestly would. Thanks for reading, and I’m looking forward to seeing what the next year brings.
Okay. Everything looks legit. Time to turn on the neon “OPEN” sign and unlock the doors.
I’ve been working on a redesign of Bloodletters for, ohhh, call it six months, off and on. I think I’m finally happy with it. Many thanks to those of you who have given me feedback, encouragement, and alcohol during this process.
I’ve got two weeks of posts already written and scheduled. Be sure to join me over at the blog for my new webseries Causality, too.
This should be fun. Watch this space.