Sometimes it’s Life Unexpected

Hello, gracious readers!

First of all, let me apologize for getting behind (WAY behind) on my blogging. Sometimes life does get in the way.

In my case, I’ve been attending to a very ill and elderly relative and, as I’m sure you’ll agree, family comes first. As I once said on Facebook, if you are caring for an elderly relative full-time I take my hat off to you. Doing it part-time is hard enough while keeping the rest of your life balanced.

But I’ve been inspired to start blogging again. I’ll have lots of exciting news to share as well as my “Publishing in the Age of Independence” series to continue.

So, ride with me. I have at least one hand on the wheel.


If you’re a writer, write. And if you’re a reader, keep reading. We need you!”

Richard Todd is an author, blogger, and Social Media guy. Plus a few other things that get lost in the clutter. Visit him online at


Author: Richard S. Todd

Pro copywriter. Expressive voice artist. Award-winning public speaker.

3 thoughts on “Sometimes it’s Life Unexpected”

  1. As a former full time caregiver, grandpa had alzheimer’s and lived with us, I take my hat off to YOU. Full time, part time, or however you are helping a loved one – the balancing act can be overwhelming. I have started writing this year, and my memoir is about being sandwiched btw parenting and alzheimers and career. I look forward to your insight in the world of writing.

    1. Thanks for your note! I really appreciate your encouragement. Hats off to us both!
      As for writing, please look at some of my archives. I’ve written extensively on my self-publishing and social media experiences that you might find useful.

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