I was wrong, it would seem, because the old blog is no longer up at Sealkeeper.Eyazahrid.net or Read.Eyazahrid.net. I guess changing the name servers has it now redirecting to the top-level domain which is not what I had been wanting it to do but I guess I don’t have much control over it.

I’ll try to get the site you’re all used to back up, but as I’m migrating to Eyazahrid.net anyway- because gods know my attempts to both cobble together free services and then migrate my content between them failed completely- I’ll admit that I won’t be trying all that hard.

I think my old blog posts will be moved to a static page here in case anyone wants to view them and I’ll get started on getting my old stories up here too. May use Google Drive like I had been planning but I’ll have to check out the options available on this site first.

As it turns out, paying for a service provides more features and benefits. Who would have known?

I’m going to use the rest of my break here to explore that and I’ll start migrating things in about five hours when I get home.

Progress on chapter 71 has, unfortunately, ground to a halt as I try to resolve this but the good news is that 70 is already done and will be posted on the fourth. Despite the issues I’m finding, things are going pretty well for us.

Maybe not my wallet, but I’ve been abusing that for years.

I think it’s starting to like it.

Until I next have your attention,

Eyazahrid

Yesterday I was having some issues on the site that resulted in it being down temporarily but they seemed to resolve themselves while I was at work.

I was wrong, apparently.

Somehow I’ve managed to screw things up – which I supposed was inevitable when I was just trying to cobble things together from free services. I’ll still update the regular site [Read.Eyazahrid.net] because I think it’s still up at the moment, but I’ll be spending the rest of the week trying to get things set up here instead.

Hopefully I’ll have better luck with a paid service though my wallet is, understandably, non-appreciative.

Work starts in about five minutes, so I’ll wrap this up here, but I should have an update on our progress soon.

With a bit of luck, it will be a good one.

Until I next have your attention,

Eyazahrid