If you haven't noticed, and looking at the post counts you haven't, I've been writing Losing the Internets for about seven months or so. While I generally have a good time being your writing monkey, I also noticed that my notoriety has been somewhat limited. Sometimes my phone freezes up from time to time, so I can't verify this fact 100%, but I'm fairly sure that no big time publisher has called asking for a 10 book deal (with cash advance). I haven't even heard from Hollywood, and they're making a movie about Stretch Armstrong. Actually, I want to see that.
To remedy this injustice, I decided it's time for some shameless self promotion: 30 days of self promotion. 30 days of writing, publicizing and (manipulation) marketing. By the end of the 30 Days of Me, my traffic should increase enough that I can quit my day job, move to a reclusive cabin in the woods, and perfect my manifesto. The Manifesto of Awesomeness. It's based off of Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure.
Do I have a plan? No. But I do have some rules:
It has come to my attention that the Stretch Armstrong movie has been cancelled. My faith in Hollywood has been extinguished.
My editor also insists that I must wear pants while writing blog posts. Luckily my jeggings have just been cleaned.
Jack Grubb writes an incredible blog, Losing the Internets, which is read by at least 37 people and over 2,100 Russian SPAM bots. In his spare time he helps small companies find their marketing voice. Jack currently lives deliberately in Appalachia, Kentucky with his wife, two daughters, Jack Russell and a Lego collection beyond compare.