Dahlia’s are the best summer flower—I’ll accept no argument on the subject.
As for something that has any actual relevance…
My site isn’t down (more than usual) or unstable or anything else out of the ordinary. If your browser is pointing to https, you’re going to get an error. You need to adjust your link to be http.
I posted in several places about the change, and I’ve tried to reply to all the people who have emailed, IMed, and sent carrier pigeons, but after more than 30 messages, I’ve done my last individual reply. I may have missed replying to a few private messages up to this point—sorry about that, there were a lot.
If you’ve double-checked the site address, and you’re still getting an error, it’s likely your own security settings.
More information you can skip if you don’t care about the technical details of my site…
I removed the security certificate from my site. This has almost no impact on visitors to my site because I don’t have memberships, therefore there is no login, and so you aren’t passing information—secure or otherwise. When you get a warning that says the site isn’t secure, that’s true—it’s not. But it doesn’t matter because you’re not logging in and passing information to my site.
I may get a security certificate again in the future but only if I move to a new host.
In other news…
This year has been an exercise in frustration, and I know we’re all in the same boat. I’ve been ill a lot this year, which has gotten in the way of my writing in an epic way. I can write injured, but sick is a whole other thing.
I’ve been writing most days since I started feeling like a human being again, but I’m not finishing anything. Because the year has been so challenging, I’m not pushing myself on the writing front. I’m going where I’m inspired.
I’d hoped to have Psionic Paradox finished by the 31st so I’d have the 5 day grace period to work on Equinox, but I’ve been really busy the last ten days, which screwed my writing productivity. I’m aiming to have Psionic Paradox finished by the 5th. fingers crossed
Hope you’re all having a good summer—as good as possible, all things considered.
Stay safe, be well.