Labor Day Interlude

This blog was planned to be free write of sorts. Fortunately, it has evolved into so much more. I have always wanted to do a project revolving around a hypothetical NATO-Warsaw Pact war in the mid to late 1980s. There have been many false starts, however this time the project has gotten off the pad and is progressing nicely.

I’d like to thank everyone for taking the time to read this blog. It’s gratifying to know that more and more people are reading Third World War: 1987 and appear to be enjoying it. I would also like to give a sincere thanks to the folks who listed my blog on their websites. I am quite grateful and have not forgotten. Once the revisions to my blog are completed, I will include a comprehensive list of links and return the favor.

With this being Labor Day weekend, I’m going to spend it with my loved ones and shy away from the writing for a few days. So there will be no new postings until Tuesday afternoon. I’ll pick up from there move forward. With luck, the revisions to the blog’s layout will be finished by Tuesday. I had hoped to have them wrapped up a few weeks ago, however, I really haven’t found the theme or combination of edits on WordPress that I have been looking for. Therefore, it’s time to break out the credit card and pay for a more high end theme, provided it has what I am looking for. If not, I’m sure I’ll muddle through somehow. 😊

So, here is hoping that you all have a wonderful Labor Day weekend. Enjoy the last weekend of summer and the company of good friends and family. Hopefully the weather will work out in everyone’s favor. On Tuesday we’ll dive back into World War III. 😊

PS- If anyone would like to chat about any aspect of the blog, feel free to get in touch with me.




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