Monday, June 13, 2011


Sometimes I feel like I haven't got anything left to say to the Internet.  After all, the Internet has said it all.

I think I'm going to neglect my blog for the summer and spend more time on Twitter.  Between writing a book, vacations, a grueling work schedule, and refilling my well, I think I need a break.

When you sell a book...even before that...people tell you that you have to have a web presence.  And I think that's true.  But your internet life isn't real life.  It's not real at all.  And I think there are times when you have to step away and live your real life.  This is probably one of those times.


  1. Boo! I love your blog- but i guess if you need some time off for summer movies, I understand.

  2. Shaun....One, I'm loving your book. I'm so sorry that it took me a year to find it. I was looking for it, I promise!
    Two...if you're going to slow down on the blog and up the Twitter...will you still write me?


  3. I have to call bullshit on one thing: I've made some real connections via the internet. After all, without it I wouldn't know you or Andrew.

    But ... that doesn't mean you shouldn't take a break. I spend way too damn much time blogging. I can admit it.

    Writing (and life) has to come first.

    And we keep missing you for hashtag mania. It makes for a great inebriated weekend night. Last Saturday was #AlcoholicShakespeare.!/search?q=%23AlcoholicShakespeare


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