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October 2, 2012

I Hraet You, Facebook Fan Pages


Well, I suppose as the (so-called) webmaster, I should probably make a formal announcement of sorts here on the blog.  I’ve made a fan page on Facebook -- see the icon on the right for a link (or just click here) -- as an alternative place for my virtual space to begin its corruption of the internet.

Admittedly, there’s still a LOT of work that needs to be done, but it’ll get there.  But I suppose the biggest task ahead of me is getting people to actually go there; the idea is to create a community of sorts, and even if it takes a while, I want to emphasize that I’m doing what I can to please any readers that come here.  I mean, I can remember the days -- or months, actually -- when I’d log in to Blogger and stare at the dashboard, hoping that someday I’d end up seeing my first comment.  Things have certainly gotten better since then, but I want to do more -- for me, and for everyone involved.

So yeah, I’ll be keeping at it -- maybe I’ll throw in some extra incentives.  Original content or something.  Whatever it entails, it’ll likely have something to do with I Hraet You.

And on that note, I think I’ll use this space to make an announcement: once this arc is complete, I Hraet You is going to go on hiatus.  The arc’s end is coming up pretty soon (less than ten chapters, if I had to guess), and I figure that it’s about time for me to start working on some other stuff -- stuff that I’ve wanted to write for a long time now.  Don’t worry, Lloyd’s misadventures aren’t going to end anytime soon -- I still have to get to that wrestling scene -- but it IS about time to take a break.  How long will it be?  I don’t know.  It depends on how far I get on that other stuff, so I won’t say anything like “I Hraet You will return this Christmas!”

But at the very least, there’s a pretty big backlog of chapters.  If you’re starved for content, maybe you should give the earlier chapters a read.  I did some (pretty obtuse) foreshadowing of future events, so maybe you should take a look.

Well, that’ll do for now.  This is your friendly afro-haired webmaster, signing off.

2 comments:

  1. Ah, Facebook. I should probably make a page for Turtles all the Way on there, but that would require signing up for Facebook to begin with. And while I understand Twitter's appeal, Facebook's has always been an enigma to me.

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  2. To be honest, I wouldn't even have started using Facebook if it wasn't for a (theoretically) prophetic dream where I found true love by reuniting with a girl I knew from elementary school. Said prophecy has not come true...yet.


    But to be even more honest -- even though the above is more or less true -- Facebook, Twitter, and all that jazz are an enigma to me, even if I know/use them both. Oh well; guess I'll just have to keep using it, and keep learning. Something'll come of it eventually, as long as I have patience.


    I'll tell you what, though -- you should give making a fan page a try. Maybe it'll bring you some unexpected benefits...or at the very least, you can talk with your friends who DO use Facebook. Chances are a lot of them do, if stats are to be believed. Or so the legend goes...

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