I will be starting my Saturday blog posts this coming week. If you read my last post, you know that I intended to start it this weekend, but, well, it just didn't work out that way. Long story short, I need a little more time to plan things out and make sure I am getting it right.
Technically, though, as far as my goal of posting at least once a week, I am killing it right now.
I do need to be better about following through with posting on a regular schedule, though, and Saturdays seem like a good day to do it, as long as I publish early enough. Past three or four o'clock, and people tend to be more focused on getting ready for the evening. My goal, then, will be to post by early afternoon on Saturdays.
As I said before, the first one will be my perspective on whether or not writers should incorporate contemporary pop culture into their fiction, or whether that makes it less timeless.
Although, actually, my argument is more about whether or not that is even a relevant argument anymore, with technology extending our cultural memory beyond what it was prior to the internet.
Check back this coming Saturday, and you will get to read all about it.