I recently realized that it’s been quiet a while since I last posted, since October 2016. I’ve been busy working on what I consider my most ambitious writing project to date – a full length fiction novel. I’ve got some very specific goals and in order to meet them, I needed to narrow my focus. To that end, I’ve gone on a hiatus from actively updating this blog. While on my hiatus, I’m considering whether I’ll come back, and if so, what I will do with this space. For the time being, I’m going to keep Butchtastic online and available.
I can’t guess at your emotions in reading this, dear reader. You can certainly tell me via comment or email if you choose. I want you to know that I’m excited about what the coming year has in store for me artistically. This project, the one I’m putting my efforts into, it’s a lot of fun and engrossing and I am super excited every time I sit down to work on it. I do have a recommendation for those of you who wish to have an ongoing source for fresh butch erotica – BD Swain. There’s a writer to swoon over, for sure. BD is a regular on eLust and on any list of top sex bloggers in recent years, and will be for years to come. I haven’t met BD yet, but I know that when I do, I will enjoy that meeting. It’s going to happen. Please make BD Swain’s blog a regular part of your internet routine.
Quick direct message to those who have left comments on other people’s blogs asking about me: Your concern is touching, however I am curious as to why I’ve not seen your questions here, or in my email inbox. Leaving messages elsewhere and getting impatient at the lack of result is a bit like standing on someone’s door step and demanding they get a message to someone living several streets away, and getting huffy and pissed when that person closes the door on your face. It’s just not efficient or polite. As always, you can ask any question you want of me. Remember that I reserve the right to answer or not answer – asking a question does not entitle anyone to an answer. Even though this is the internet, people tend to respond best when we act the way we would when meeting someone in person.
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