The SF Signal site announced yesterday that it is closing. As if that wasn’t bad enough, associate editor Kristin Centorcelli has today announced that she will be closing her own site, My Bookish Ways.
I interviewed Kristin a bit over a year ago. Among many other interesting things, Kristin said:
“I’m happy with the blog, and I enjoy myself, and as long as I keep enjoying it, then I’m good to go.”
“I think bloggers, writers, everyone has what I call “who cares” days. Days when you just don’t feel like blogging or writing, or you feel overwhelmed.”
It’s a shame that Kristin is not continuing with her site. Thanks to her for her contribution to the genre community, and best of luck for the future!
This morning I’m going to be chatting with Kristin Centorcelli, Editor in Chief at My Bookish Ways, Associate Editor at SF Signal, and reviewer at Library Journal and Publisher’s Weekly.
SCy-Fy: You write for two very busy genre blogs, Kristin. How do you organise your time?
KC: Coffee first, then in the a.m. I usually go through my mail for SF Signal and get any new posts into the system. In the early evening I usually schedule the next day’s posts for My Bookish Ways.
SCy-Fy: What are your future initiatives for My Bookish Ways?
KC: I think I’m at a really good place. I’m happy with the blog, and I enjoy myself, and as long as I keep enjoying it, then I’m good to go.
SCy-Fy: What do you think will be the major future challenges for SFF blogging?
KC: Oh goodness, I have no…
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