It’s the night of ghouls, goblins and ghosts. And like them, I’m gone in the morning.
I’ve had a tremendous amount of fun finding and interviewing artists and writers. But as much as I’ve enjoyed it, it’s time for me to get back to focusing on my writing career. I’m stepping down as the main content provider for the Bolthole blog.
So what does that mean for the blog? Well, the community has pitched ideas and concepts. Many of which sound great and promising. And I’m sure the RiaR will continue. I hope they have an easier time overcoming some of the challenges and issues I faced, and hope they can find an enduring passion for it.
Time will tell.
But before I go, I wanted to give a huge thanks to every author, publisher and artist who contributed to the blog. Their time and insight have made this a treasure trove of lessons and wisdom. A titanic thanks to Manuel Mesones for the background. And both he and the rest of my friends for their enduring support in trying times.
It’s only fitting that it should end on the only holiday when we take off our costumes and wear our real faces, as Zac Gorman perfectly explained. Even if others don’t realize they do it.
So own the night while you can. Happy Halloween!