This is Tobin Elliott – Station Identification 2

Hi.

I’m Tobin.  I’m trying to figure out how the heck a blog that’s been averaging around 30 hits a day for the past two weeks suddenly gets a monster whack of hits the last two days.  I didn’t expect to cross 6000 views for a few more weeks…

"It's but a flesh wound!"

Anyway, I’m responsible for this blog, so if you don’t like what you read, blame the face above. I published a novella called VANISHING HOPE that had gotten a lot of positive reviews.  You can check it out by clicking on the links in the box just to the right and up a bit.  Go ahead, check it out.  I’ll wait.

Back now?  Lovely.  I also have a novel, NO HOPE, which should be published around end of summer 2012.  It’s a sequel to VANISHING HOPE, but it’s also a full-length novel. 

I’m also a proud member of the Writers’ Community of Durham Region and a board member for the fledgling Writers’ Community of Simcoe County.  

I’m on LinkedIn.  I’m on Twitter.  I’m on Facebook.  Ya can’t miss me…as ZZ Top says, “I’m bad, I’m nationwide.”

I also have a real job as a Communications Specialist for a large telecom firm.

I write about writing.  I write about morons.  I write about my family.  I write about stupid things that have happened to me in the past.  I write about life in general.  I write about other things too.  Sometimes I do a few of them all at the same time.

So anyway, that’s me and a little about this blog.  Let me know if you hate it/love it/are completely indifferent to it.

Thanks for coming out.

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