But this is my last a.k.a writer blog post. It’s taken me almost a year to make this decision, and it’s a hard, but right move. I started this blog in August 2008 and I’ve loved connecting with so many people.
Thank you for all your comments and feedback and, especially, thank you for all the support. So much has happened since starting my a.k.a writer blog: my freelance copywriting business was born and then grew (like crazy), I moved to Denver, I began attending writing retreats and I finished my memoir.
So why close out this blog? I’ve shared what I have to share about freelancing and copywriting. Don’t get me wrong, I still love being a freelance copywriter and I have no intention of quitting. However, I consider a.k.a writer my business: it’s my logo and my official business name.
However, as a blog, a.k.a writer can’t (and shouldn’t) fit everything I want to write and share. After wrestling with this, I decided that this site should be a “calling card,” a jumping off spot to connect with me in a variety of ways, whether it’s professionally or casually. On my new(ish) blog A Written Life, I’m sharing more of my writing (and my story) as well as book reviews and little “finds,” from the literary to the humorous. I hope you’ll join me there.
Thank you again for being a part of this blog and for your friendship the last four years. It’s been an incredible journey.
And there’s more to come, so stay in touch.