So here’s how this blog works: it’s a labor of love.
Every week I write my posts around a schedule of museum work, priest work, volunteerism and martial arts. I absolutely adore writing for Rogue Priest, and you’ll never hear a complaint out of me. The conversations that are starting here fill me with excitement, hope, and many righteous moments when you guys blow my beliefs wide open.
I have found, however, that I am at peak capacity: with my writing commitments here and elsewhere, I haven’t been able to fit anything else in. Which is a shame, because there are a lot of other cool blogs out there I’d love to write for, too.
Lately I’ve had a lot of requests for guest posts, and I think it’ll be a good thing to accept a few of them. So, after maintaining a strict Monday/Thursday posting schedule for the last 6 months, I’m making a slight change:
Every Monday will be a brand new post on Rogue Priest.
Every Thursday will be a link to a guest post I write somewhere else.
So you’ll still get two doses of Roguish philosophy a week, but I’m spreading the love around to other great blogs.
Today’s post is my monthly column at Patheos.com. This one is called How to Be a Hero. Please enjoy!
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