Precious, Precious Feedback!

A lot of the time, we writers sort of work in a vacuum.
I mean, I spend a LOT of time working in a vacuum, if you consider that the majority of my longer works are space operas that take place in the cold, dark, unforgiving void. But that, of course, isn't what i mean.
What I mean is that a lot of time I write something, or update something, or post something, and it goes out into the universe... and nothing.
Thankfully, the reviews for "Tintian and the King's Claw" have been very positive, and the few responses I got when I published "Flying Sparks" were all very nice. And that's not to say I don't appreciate those! I do.
But it's also nice when somebody sits down and critiques my work. In this case, a gentleman came across this very website, and made comments regarding the layout, the format, and asked some very thoughtful questions about what I do and why.

It was great! I don't have all the answers yet, but it is a damn fine thing to know that my work is getting some notice from the wider world. Huzzah!

I'm going to spend some time this week considering some of the feedback he gave me, and really thinking about the direction I'd like to take this whole "writing website" in. Maybe there will be some changes, maybe I'll keep things the way they are now but streamline or improve them in other ways... but either way, I'm really glad that person got in touch with his suggestions.

If you have any feedback, do let me know! You can find my contact information up in the "About" page, or you can leave a comment here on this very post! Thanks folks!