It's back! With the goal of bringing a little cheer to patients in the hospital during the holiday season, the deviantART Holiday Card Project connects deviants from around the world and applies their tremendous artistic abilities in designing and creating uplifting holiday cards.
In past years, the Project has received more than 5,000 cards sent in by more than 1,000 deviants from 50 different countries/political regions. Cards were then divvied up and distributed in-person by deviantART members to local Los Angeles, CA hospitals, with additional cards given to various hospitals in the U.S. and abroad for hospital staff members to hand out
I don't have to tell you I haven't been on dA for quite some time. I almost never check in anymore, and God do I feel guilty. It's part of why, when I do stop by, I don't respond. Guilt. Embarrassment. Humiliation.
In short, it's an admission I have failed.
I see the old friends I made here are still writing, and against all odds, some of them are still leaving me notes and comments. I wonder what I can say to apologize for ignoring them and deserting my craft. The answer is: nothing. You and dA gave me a boost over 12 years ago to finish my first novel, Fellowship of Psys, and inspired me to start several more. How do I admit that somewher