First of all, I want to wish you a Happy New Year! Let us hope 2013 will be a good year.
During last month, Dec 2012, I published a lot of posts and I now feel really exhausted. I have never written so much before! I cannot believe some bloggers can keep up this high pace without sacrificing all of their free time (then again, I am a slow writer).
Therefore I will take a little break and be back around Jan 15th and then continue as usual with a new post about every seven to ten days. There might be some other things happening too, but nothing I can guarantee.
There will, however, come a final post on Sword Art Online by Myst and I in the coming days!
Hope you all will have a nice 2013!
Go suck someone’s energy and write you fool :p
Don’t agree with him ;-;
What am I, a vampire?! (give me some of yours)
well its true blogging about anime can be exhausted. maybe you should hire writers. and if you keep its popularity, you can perhaps open up a headquarters and hire more people. thats what I’m trying to do though i haven’t start creating my site until after college. but keep up the good work.
Getting a headquarter? That sounds… too much o_o
There’s no need to hire writers for me. While it would be fun to have someone to blog with, I won’t get one just to make the site more active.
D: But… but… you’ve been my beacon of light as I endeavor to blog more often. QQ
I’m just slowing down to my usual pacing, that’s all (which means more editorial posts, too) 🙂
December is just a hectic month with the “12 Days” posts and the likes.
Speaking of which, even though I managed to join 12 Days posts, I missed out on Secret Santa and the Choice Anime Awards. Are there more!? Just how many projects are there in December >_>
I don’t think there’s more than what you mentioned.
But besides the 12 Days and Coice Anime Awards I did three huge posts on Eureka Seven AO and the Yearly Lists. To me, that’s exhausting considering how I usually blog!
See you when you get back. The world needs a raging viking.
But I don’t rage!
Constructive criticism then. It’s a better way of describing your style of reviewing and editorials.
But… but everyone does that… right? o_o
In any case, thanks 🙂
Some more than others from what I noticed. I see myself as more of an optimistic critic, for example, despite my tendency to scream and deviate from APA style writing. I am dedicated to finding a bright side…plus writing negative reviews gives me headaches, especially after watching a show I consider deplorable…which thankfully isn’t often.
Either that or 2012 hasn’t catered to your whims as far as mainstream sweethearts go.