The Unstuck

The Final Days for Heart Of Zeus

My friends. If you are reading this, how tf did you find this? lol. This blog Heart Of Zeus is very near and dear to me because it was where my blogging career really started. My father had always told me “If you ever want your own website, let me know and I’ll help you set it up.” Well, when I was 24 years old, I took him up on that offer. This website was hosted at his office for the first two years of it’s operation, so when you see my father, make sure to thank him for making this all possible.

Do you think I am today the bearer of bad news, or naught? I hate to tell you the truth! These days I have 36 websites. Can you fucking believe that? Damn, but you know ~ none of them make me any money. That is something I am working on though.

This website has had 398 visitors with 698 visits this month, while Spark Twain has only had 130 visitors with 576 visits. Granted the individuals coming to my Spark Twain site show up more than twice as often, do you see my dilemma? Hella people are ending up at this website, and really, what are they going to find here? I ain’t kick the dust of this blog in a while, and you know what? I’m never going to! Pretty soon Heart Of Zeus will have it’s own t-shirts, but at the same time, I’m finally going to pull the plug on this website!

Very soon, perhaps in 1 or 2 days time, I am going to change so that it redirects to Spark Twain. So! Read now or forever hold your piece. Remember, you won’t really be losing any writing. It’s just this and two other pieces of writing that are unique to Heart Of Zeus. All the other writing is also on Spark Twain, and for the purpose of growing my brand, I need Google to be sending all my possible readers to the same place!

If you have been coming to this website for a long time, you’ve obviously noticed I haven’t posted anything new, because it’s all on the other blog. There is a time and place for everything, and this is the time and place to make the switch with Heart Of Zeus. Thank You for joining me over the years, and I’ll catch you at the even greener pastures of Spark Twain!

x. Spark Twain