It comes with much sadness, in many ways, that I say goodbye to SIN (though I will no doubt continue to sin) over the next few days. I have been offered a place at Patheos and have accepted. Patheos is a big old network, and I am flattered to have been offered a place. The decision was based purely on needs, and the fact that, one way or another, there will be changes to my life that require me to make certain decisions (yes, that is cryptic, but that’s the way it has to be right now).
SIN is awesome, and here’s for why. Ed Clint has made this a truly beautiful site, with it’s clean lines, cool feel and aesthetic modernity. It really is the nicest looking network I know. And I can write what I want, in whatever way I want. No, this decision is mercenary.
Ed has collected a disparate bunch of good people here, many of whom I talk to daily on facebook, so it won’t necessarily be a social upheaval. Blogging becomes a way of life, and the amount of output I have produced, becomes rather consuming. So it’s important to me. These people are important to me.
I must really thank Ed (and John Loftus) who put this network together and originally asked me to join them. A risk, perhaps. But my blog has become one of the most popular here, and I have them to thank for the opportunity. The network has nurtured me, and given me every chance to develop and find an audience. This has been vital to allowing me to become who I am.
I hope you will come with me. I value your comments and input more than I can adequately communicate in words, here. It’s why I do what I do. You sharpen me towards a greater pinnacle of truth.
But I also hope you will stay around here and support the wonderful people here.
I would like to give my heartfelt appreciation and love to the people here. Apart from Caleb Lack. He speak funny. And pretends to do science.
Oh, go on, and Caleb.
What a lovely bunch of peeps. Watch out for continuing fiction out put from Rebecca Bradley and myself on our Loom imprint.