If you’ve read my previous site update or any of my last few reviews, you’re well aware of my frustration with the WordPress platform. However, I found that you can still edit in the Classic Editor without paying $300 per year for plugins, thanks to a link in a not so obvious place.
Still, I’ve moved on to working on my book series, the first one already being published (see here). I’m already working on the follow-up book to that, as well as the first short story anthology. These projects are going to monopolize a lot of my time and I’ve kind of really enjoyed my two months off from writing here. It was a much needed break that allowed me to get the first book done, as well as having the holidays to relax when I wasn’t writing.
Anyway, I don’t think that this is the end of Talking Pulp, I think I’ll naturally ease back into it when I’m ready. But I don’t know if I’ll ever post as often as I have been for over five years now. I reviewed a ton of stuff and accomplished my goals with the site, at least those goals that had actual finish lines.
In the meantime, I’m thinking of starting a sister blog site where I discuss my books and writing in general throughout each pulp novels creation process. I’ll post a link in an update below whenever I get that up and running.
Lastly, I’m thinking of collecting big batches of reviews on specific genres and subjects and releasing them as cheap books. The first of which would probably be all of my Mystery Science Theater 3000 reviews.