Hey folks, didja miss me?
Oh wow, has it really been almost two months since I last updated this blog? Geez, sorry about that ... ain't my face red!
Unfortunately, the dreaded "real life events" got in the way of our good times, and I had to take an unadvertised "sabbatical" to get things in order ... Now don't you all worry your pretty little collective heads over me, it was nothing serious. It's just that sometimes there are certain things that need to take precedent over frivolous things like updating a web site dedicated to the likes of Eleanor Twitty and Barbara Gordon (I know I know, I don't like it any more than you do, but it's true!)
However, here's the thing ... I'm not quite ready to put an end to that sabbatical just yet.
While the aforementioned "real life events" have been - for the most part - taken care of, I still need some more time to prepare these new "case studies" that have been piling up in my absence (and I've got some good ones lined up, trust me!) ... It's a pain to wait, I know, but I won't be satisfied with just tossing up anything on this site and calling it a day! No no no, each entry must be lovingly handcrafted and painstakingly verified, so that they may adhere to the high standards that you've come to expect from us here at LOYT headquarters.
Now, to be honest, I'm just not sure how long this could take ... Might start operations back up in a month. Or maybe two months. Or three.
Or longer than that, I'm afraid.
Sorry to be vague, but you'll just have to be patient with me ... In the meantime, they're still plenty of enjoyment to be had during my absence!
For example, if you're new to the blog or haven't checked up on us in awhile, there's quite a lot of stuff to peruse in the archives (over two thousand entries!) until I get back; feel free to hit the ol' "Random" link at the top of the page and see what you might have missed!
I also plan to update our Tumblr page every now and then, so be sure to keep an eye on that ... In addition, I've found that a lot of the older posts could use some updating (I'm not really happy with some of my earlier work when it comes to transcribing, plus a lot of the YouTube videos are now defunct or have been pulled down), so I might post some "remastered" versions of previous entries here and there (we'll see what time allows).
So in conclusion, I just thought I'd take a quick moment to let everyone know that this blog hasn't been abandoned (not yet, anyway) ... There's still plenty of librarians - real and imagined - that need to be cataloged here for posterity, so stay tuned!