It’s been approximately 11 days since I started my work with the Agathos Daimon, and so far, it’s been turning out quite well. So I’ll talk about my personal reflections on it so far, with the results in a forthcoming post.
Last week, I decided to try my hand in Andrieh’s Magical 30 Challenge. It’s certainly going to be an interesting thing, with enchantment as the general theme. The game plan so far is to pray to my Agathos Daimon every morning and every evening, as well as observing his feast day (which coincidentally this month falls on the announced date for Eid Fit’r).
TO CRAFT THE TWO-WORLD WAND
A SPELL TO MAKE IT RAIN TO DRIVE AWAY CROWDS
TO BIND A PERSON TO YOUR WILL
The National Novel Writing Month (better known as NaNoWriMo) has begun! The goal has always been the same: write a novel of 50,000 words or more over a period of a month. I’ve personally tried my hand at it, but never did quite get past the first week or so.
This year should be different.
I’ve mentioned before that Tommie Kelly’s 40 Servants are a viable way of aiding your SEO efforts. Today, I’ll go over three ways of utilizing their services in boosting your website’s position. These are not the only ways you can call on their aid: consider these as seeds for your own ideas. There are, after all, a million ways to make breakfast these days, so why limit yourself?
(Note: I assume that you are conversant with the 40 Servants system and are familiar with their abilities. If not, now is a good time to get started. Also, don’t pirate, folks. It’s not fair to Tommie, yeah?)
Ah, search engine optimization. The holy grail of all things online, a quick search on the subject would yield treasure trove of topics. What domains do you use? Should you get affiliate marketing? What content should you produce? How often should you post? Are you asking too many questions of yourself?
Before we dive into the rabbit hole, let’s review some things.
It’s midway through the first month of 2017, and I’d like to introduce you to St. Michael the Archangel. If you’re starting out as a magician, he’s one of the best possible allies that you can get in aiding your work. No, really, he is.
So let’s get started on burning things up, shall we?
“Can a magician kill a man by magic?” Lord Wellington asked Strange.
Strange frowned. He seemed to dislike the question. “I suppose a magician might,” he admitted, “but a gentleman never could.”
This is, in its own way, a rant of sorts. A form of courtesy in its own sense, opening with a timely quote from Susanna Clarke’s Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell.