You read that right. This is going to be my last post on this blog.
Why? Well, the other day, as I was preparing for my fifth year of participating in NaNoWriMo, I was getting really excited and I wanted to write a blog post. Only, the unfortunate thing was, I couldn't for the life of me remember my password to the e-mail that holds my account. After over an hour of trying everything to recover the password, I ended up giving up. I created a whole new e-mail account - something that, like with this one, I probably won't actually use for e-mail - and actually went and built two entirely new blogs.
Well, shortly after posting on one of them, I ended up recovering my password and regained access to this blog. At first, I was all prepared to go and delete everything I had just set up and return fully to this blog. But after giving it a bit of thought, I think I'm ready to let this go.
This blog has been around for years. Like... a few years. Although I've never actually managed to post regularly, every time that I had to get something else, this was an outlet that I jumped to immediately. I posted my horrible writing from middle school on here, I excitedly talked about NaNoWriMo every year and whatever else has been on my mind. It's been an awesome few years, but I think that I'm ready to start with an empty slate, somewhere where I won't cringe every time I glance at past posts.
Leaving this blog definitely doesn't mean anything along the lines of leaving the Internet. For any non-imaginary readers who actually would be interested in finding me elsewhere, here's a list of places that I can be found:
My New Blog
My New Writing Blog
My NaNoWriMo Account
My dA Account
And if anyone is interested, they can e-mail me at email@example.com
For any writers between the ages 12-25, a bunch of friends and I hang out here and we encourage each other during NaNo, and chat about stuff and just... we're all good friends.
I guess this is good-bye then. Come over and see my new blog if you want to keep watching me struggle to post regularly
Beth (not really)