Bloggers gotta stick together. At one time, it was the cool thing to do; you got yourself a Xanga or a LiveJournal, and you went to town, blogging primarily about the silly, mundane details of your fairly average existence.
But since then, people have become overwhelmed by the number of blogs on the variety of topics. We’ve all become our own favorite publishers, blogging incessantly and overwhelming our readers with too much, too often for fear of falling into obscurity. On the other hand, some have started to use blogging as a means towards viable writing careers. So, when I see a blog that tries to do just such a thing, and does it well, I feel that I have an obligation to let you know about it.
So, allow me to introduce to you Callid Keefe-Perry and The Image of Fish.
So go check him out, subscribe, adjust your RSS feeds appropriately, and enjoy.
I really hope that my fellow bloggers/readers will understand that I do not intend to neglect their own works, and I want to begin to highlight their blogs regularly on this blog, as I already have done to an extent. This particular instance is to help a brand new blogger get some readership and “street cred.”