I’ve emerged from my Kingdom Hearts III seclusion and all I have to say is: Woody the toy cowboy didn’t have to throw down as hard as he did.
I basically took the week off from writing, too, but my draft is just over 20K right now, which is a solid start. I’m feeling good about how things are going so far, and now that I’m not desperately chasing that bizarre Kingdom Hearts plot revelation bliss, I can focus back on my work. Unfortunately, I’m still trying to figure out how to restore everything from my website breaking, and while all the basics are back online, I’d really rather not lose all of my old blog posts if I can save them, but that will eat up some of my precious spare time if I try to untangle that knot.
So I think instead I’ll make an effort to update here more and rebuild my blog backlog (my backblog, if you will) from scratch. I have a notion for repackaging some of the blog content I wanted to save as part of Moonshine’s 1st birthday celebration.
Oh, and Moonshine’s 1st birthday of the US release is coming up tomorrow! So expect another update here for that.
Thanks for your patience, everyone (and thanks again to Anne for tipping me off my that site was down). I’ve managed to recreate my site layout and all of the key pages (I think?), and all of the links should be fixed, as well. I may still try to re-post my old blog entries for the SEO value alone, but at the moment I’m a little pressed for spare time to work on this and I may just have to leave it at the fundamentals for now. I’m especially glad that I was able to recover the text of the content warning page, because that was a wordy one that I wasn’t looking forward to trying to recreate from memory.
Hopefully I can get the ball rolling again with the blog when Moonshine’s 1-year birthday hits, but for the time being, my site’s necessities should all be functional again.
I’m unclear what happened, exactly, but my website vanished! And my backups and restore options are failing me. So, I appear to be stuck starting over until I’m able to figure out how to get those backups to work–unless I can’t, in which case I suppose this is the budding start of my new website.
Thanks for your patience as I deal with this.