Into the Ravenous Maw had its fourth blogiversary on the 15th. I was still a freshman in high school when I started this blog. My writing skills have improved greatly over the last few years. Though I won't denounce my early posts, I definitely feel that my more recent posts have been some of my best.
I'm still not back into any sort of regular pattern of blogging. I'd like to post more often than I had been before April, and I have to time to do it until college starts back up at the end of August. One post a week would suffice, I think. I would like to focus on quality of posts over quantity, of course, but quantities hovering around zero have their weaknesses regardless of quality. There may be some TV show reviews or analyses coming in the near future. I've been spending a good bit of time watching shows on Netflix, time that I hope will both aid me as a writer and give me some blogging ideas.
My rate of writing is low as always. I need to work on that. I've been absorbing a good bit of writing lately though, which is great. There's also some editing to do and stories that need to be sent out yet again. I've had no luck in recent months besides the poems published in my college's literary magazine (and a win in the--sadly--final round--at least for the time being--of the Finish That Thought contest back in mid-January; you can read that story here).
All things considered, it's been a pretty good year. I graduated from high school and slogged through two semesters of college (all with 4.0 GPAs) in the last blogging year. I turned eighteen. I wrote some good flash fiction and managed to pull off a few good poems. I filled the pulpit at my church for three regular services and one contemporary service. And so on. The next year will prove even better, I pray. I hope it goes well for all of you too.