The Pamo’s World crew is alive and well and moving soon.
If you follow this blog, I’ll be transferring you with me. It shouldn’t hurt at all and you shouldn’t have to do a thing. (Let’s hope!)
I’ve set up a Facebook page HERE and a Twitter feed HERE… if you are on either of these platforms, I’d love for you to follow along with Pamo’s World.
My first Pamo’s World book is finished and on Kindle. You can see it HERE. If you have Kindle Unlimited you can get it for free. If not, you can join me on Facebook or Twitter and in another week or so, I’ll be giving the book away for FREE for a very limited time.
Since spring of this year, I’ve dropped off the webcomic scene. It’s been a tough time. Jeff and I lost two of our dogs and one of our cats to cancer. All of them lived long lives and we are very grateful for the time we had with them. But those losses put us both into an extended tailspin that we are only just starting to recover from. In the list of things to do, updating my webcomic fell to the bottom of the list.
Even though I wasn’t updating online, I did continue to write and draw and make plans for Pamo’s World. I’ve decided it’s time to move to a more traditional webcomic site (which is probably becoming an outdated concept). None the less….
The new site is structured different than this WordPress blog. It’s more comic centered and much less personal. The biggest change is that I won’t be hosting comments there. It’s a time issue. If I have any hope of updating on a regular basis, I must limit my time tending to and making comments. It’s been one of the hardest decisions I’ve had to make especially knowing that it could be a wrong one.
Not hosting comments on my new site is one of the main reasons I’m going back to Facebook and Twitter. It will allow for interaction for folks that want it without requiring a lot of time on anyone’s part. At least that’s the hope.
In the past, social media has been a bit of a rat’s nest for me. But I’ve learned a lot and have figured out how to set boundaries. At the risk of upsetting my women friends, I’m trying think more like a man. Men, in general, don’t sit around and worry about comments and responding and not hurting feelings.
Of course I could be wrong about that.
Anyway, that’s my story and I’m sticking with it.
I hope you’ll enjoy the new Pamo’s World format. I’ll be making the switch in the next few days.
Thank you all!!!