After a very long hiatus, is was brought to my attention that Trial and Failure still receives visitors. Not a lot, not by a long shot, but still; yesterday, 15 people visited the site. That’s enough to get me back to writing.
I’ve pretty much redone the entire website. The theme is cleaner, the pages have ads, and I’ve removed every page except original written works. I’ve decided to take Trial and Failure and turn it into my creative writing website; now I’m not so pressured to update constantly, and what I do put out will be of higher quality.
If somebody is actually reading this and is wondering what happened to the forums, I’m content to just let the rest in peace. With the new philosophy of creative writing, there isn’t much to talk about. Not that there ever really was. Plus, I’m having trouble logging in as the admin; I think I lost the password. Oops. I’ll get it back eventually. But I’m grateful for the eight-or-so people that helped get Trial and Failure off the ground, even if it is just hovering several inches. If the desire comes to me, I’ll overhaul the forums or just make more.
Just like before, I don’t expect anyone to see this, or my site. The most visitors in one day within the past couple months was 88 sometime March; clearly I’m not an Internet sensation. But for the few eyes that do read this, I thank you for taking the time.
Oh yeah; and the site is now accessible by typing TrialandFailure.net into the URL bar. Yay!
Visit Trial and Failure here.