I told you I would do something after getting 200 followers on my blog. This is a brand new single for the occasion. It’s called Nkama Mibale or 200 for those that don’t know Lingala. This poem/song is free to download or you can pay what you want for it. Hope you enjoy it!
More people have been checking out my blog and I got to this amount! Thank you to everyone who read my blog. Whether it’s my poems, music, news stories, opinions, or mentioning my other creative works, I appreciate it.
I have been thinking about this blog since I feel like I’ve had an identity crisis with this page. This was supposed to be for my poems and music, but I lost track with other things that I feel like no one cares unless it’s content from my other pages. I really need to streamline things on here.
Well, this was a pleasant surprise.
Looks like I made over 200 posts over the past two years of my blog. Some of them are reblogs from my other pages, but I’ll still take it.
It’s a miracle that I could make that many posts on here.
That’s an odd number to get an achievement, don’t you think? Yes, I do get the joke as to why it’s an important number, but that’s besides the point.
This was certainly a good notification I got recently. I’ve had this blog for 2 years now, and it’s been interesting meeting all those on WordPress regardless of what one blogs about. I’m glad to know a diverse amount of bloggers who talk about numerous subjects.
Thanks for viewing my blog!
I woke up today one year older. It’s that time of the year where I celebrate another year of life.
I wanted to do something special, but not for myself though.
As of today, I released NEW Ospreyshire tunes on my Bandcamp page! I recorded a single with two poems just a few days ago and I wanted to keep it a secret until my birthday. The new poems are Dilettantism and End of a Decade respectively. The first track is definitely one of my noisier ones with my trademark penchant for acousmatic sounds. The second track is actually a ukulele-driven one, but where I multi track my voice and some subtle acousmatics in the background. This single is free or whatever price you want on my Bandcamp page. https://ospreyshire.bandcamp.com/album/diletanttism-end-of-a-decade-single
But wait! There’s more!
For those of you that followed me because of my film and anime reviews, I temporarily ended my hiatus on Iridium Eye Reviews for just one day. I posted three new reviews today, so feel free to check them out. They involve the early 00s sci-fi anime Alien Nine, Studio Ponoc’s first film Mary and the Witch’s Flower, and the recent travel documentary Unjust Perceptions: Ethiopia. Those reviews are my gift to any of you who like movies and/or anime.
I just got this notification and my blog has been around for two years already.
Wow, time has certainly flown by. I originally made this blog as a platform for my current spoken word/Avant-garde project. Funny how I’ve expanded my repertoire with multiple blogs, doing the Katauta 52 challenge, and talking about important events on here.
I’d like to thank anyone who’s bothered to follow my works and support me.
Even though I’ve been posting things irregularly on the Ospreyshire blog, this little notification came to my attention.
1000 likes on my blog!
I’d like to thank anyone who’s ever checked out this or any of my other blogs.
I didn’t expect this to happen today.
There are now over 2000 views on the Ospreyshire blog. Thank you to anyone who actually viewed my content on there. It’s been an almost two year journey once I got into recording and writing poems. I really appreciate your support.
For those of you that missed the broadcast, Dave Hawkins from The Antidote archived the audio from that podcast!
In this interview, I talk about how I got the name Ospreyshire, my music, creativity, some spiritual stuff, blogging, anime, and even a HUGE announcement for future projects.
One year later, and I finally beat my own self-constrained challenge. I can’t believe I did this thing for 52 weeks straight on this blog.
It feels invigorating to complete a challenge. I ended it with my soprano ukulele.