It’s been 25 days since I last posted anything. There are reasons for this: personal issues, moving to a different country, spotty internet access. I’m sorry for not making mention of it earlier; it was always on my mind, but I’ve had a whole mountain of other things to get sorted out.
The blog isn’t dead, but I can’t give it the attention it deserves right now. As much as I’d like to, there are other things that take priority. I’m not going to go into them, this isn’t my personal blog, it’s a news site.
I can’t give an exact date, but I know I’ll be in a better situation around mid-January. It’s a long wait, and I’m hoping for things to clear up before then, but that’s all I’ve got for now.
For everyone still checking in, thank you. Fleet Review will be back, don’t you worry.
I’ve recently been contacted by a Turkish-speaking EU player named OttomanSlap who reads this blog; he’s taken an interest, and has wanted to offer a similar sort of news site, but in Turkish. After a bit of collaboration, that is now a reality! Say hello to the Turkish version of Fleet Review, with the same content and articles except in Turkish.
Pretty cool, I think. Check it out here:
I’m sorry! I should’ve expected this, but I’m not going to be able to finish the History Sunday article that I had planned for today. It was supposed to be an interesting and topical one! Unfortunately, I had an event to go to today, and I thought I might be able to finish the article later in the day but no, I’m completely exhausted and out of time.
I promise, though, that the same article will be posted this coming Sunday! This time we’re moving from the Soviets and the British over to the ever-interesting Germans…
I’ve always wanted to have more historical articles on the blog – not necessarily about naval battles themselves, but about warships in general. My early post about the INS Vikrant, and the one earlier today about the Chinese aircraft carrier theme parks, are the sort of thing I’m thinking of. Not along any particular theme, but generally just interesting things I come across that I can share and write about. I might even slip in some future tech tree speculation, too, to add some more relevance to World of Warships itself.
From now on I’m going to post a historical article every Sunday, because the weekend tends to be the quietest time of the week, with little news coming out.
I hope everyone enjoys the articles as they come along!