After a lot of thinking, a lot of writing, and a lot of consideration, I have decided to write a novel that will probably total around 150-200 pages. I have written (and never published anywhere) a lot of short stories, poetry, and articles since I began high school in 201-. This time, I'm looking to finish a full-length novel between now and spring of 2014. I have thought about doing something like this for a very long time, and I think that with the summer coming up, as well as a lot of motivation to do so, this is something I can have in the hands of my readers (I want to release this as a kindle book) by fall of 2014. It will be a lot of work, and I'm not exactly sure (although I have many manuscripts lying around on my laptop) what the content will entail. I've developed what I consider to be a very Hemingway-like writing style that I have used throughout the last three years, and I'm very excited to put it into book-length.
So please, bare with me with this site. I will be posting here periodically more as I get closer to summer break. However, this will never be the "professional" venture I once tried to make it back in 2011.
Also, for those of you who follow my life, you probably wonder what this silly High School Junior who has been running a website about consumer electronics and is writing a book is looking to do. I once wanted to be an engineer. Maybe even a programmer. But now, after so many people telling me not to, and despite an outlook that nobody can predict, I'm almost certain I want to enter college in 2014 for Secondary Education in Physical Science. That's right. I'm not looking to be an english major or a journalist. I want to be a teacher. A science teacher. I'm pretty excited for the future, and my last year of high school.
I just wanted to share that, and thank you all. This website never stayed the same. My goals always changed, and a lot of this site has become my personal blog. Well, it is. This is my place to share what I think is cool. It isn't a consumer electronics news site anymore. TheTechTile, is, and will forever remain, the personal website and archive of Max Bleich. I hope to keep it that way.