Back in Business

Hi everyone,

First, I apologize for posting so sporadically throughout this month. You didn’t get quite the content you expected from me. I can plead illness for two weeks of the month, but I have no excuse for the other half. Well, no good excuse.

Here’s the good news.

Over the past month, I may not have written many posts, but I’ve bought resources for writing posts and I’ve even taken a huge chunk out of next year’s blogging budget. I now own textbooks on astronomy, chemistry, biology, physics, and general earth science.

I still have 30-ish posts in the works for astronomy. These drafts are from before this blog got its name changed to “Science at Your Doorstep.” I intend to get those done first. I’ll write as many a day as possible to get through those quickly.

After that, it’ll be on to other things.

I don’t have a posting plan. I was thinking of just picking up one of these textbooks and writing a bunch of posts, the same way I did for astronomy. I’d stop partway through, just as I’m doing for astronomy, and do something else.

I do have a plan to cover everything in all five of these textbooks, and I’ll post once a day as long as school allows.

Once I’m through these textbooks, I’ll start buying other resources for other science topics this blog will eventually cover, but that won’t be for months yet.

For now…I hope you enjoy the influx of posts to come!


About Emma

I'm a college student, astronomer, writer, Democrat, global warming activist, hardcore trekkie, daring adventuress, and dreamer. I have four blogs to date. The primary one is Science at Your Doorstep, but I also post to The Sojourns of Star Trek, Common Sense Politics (US), and Toleventures. I guest post to A Momma's View. I write for different reasons. Sometimes because I want to share my process of discovery with others. Sometimes because I think a story is too incredible to keep it to myself. Sometimes just because I want to be heard. Regardless, I hope you enjoy it!
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