If you've read my blogging at all, it likely has been at my Livejournal account The Truth of Imagination, which was last updated on January 1, 2012.
Needless to say, cyberspace yawned.
I'll have it up for a little while longer, but we should consider it yet another abandoned corner of cyberspace.
As a writer, I need some kind of web presence that is my own. Since my previous Facebook page was disabled--why, of course, is, like the Mary Celeste and the disappearance of the colonists at Roanoke, a mystery--and since I hesitated in creating a new one in the belief that Zuckerberg's army of employees would of course reactivate the old account immediately (I'm now thinking we'll find the Higgs Boson and not only discover dark matter but also unlock its secrets by the time they send me a reply), I decided I probably should create a new blog, just in case anybody absolutely needed to read my rambling missives.
So I'll keep The Truth of Imagination active for a bit longer.
Then we'll turn off the water and electricity and set up shop here.
Those who want a peek at my Facebook page 2.0 can go here, or click on the media button in the upper right-hand corner of this blog. You can also find a Twitter button there, too.
Hoping your day is moving just as well.
Derek Austin Johnson has lived most of his life in the Lone Star State. A member of the Turkey City Writer's Workshop, his work has appeared in The Horror Zine, Tell-Tale Press, Skull Fragments: A Skelos Sampler, Rick Klaw's Rayguns Over Texas!, Nova Express, Moving Pictures, Her Majesty's Secret Servant, and Revolution SF. His film column "Watching the Future" appeared each month at Hugo Award-winning SF Signal.
He lives in Central Texas.