Happy New Year! I decided to accept the Word Press challenge to post once a week during 2011. My original intent with my blog was to post once every two weeks. Let’s go for the once a week goal. Some of these posts will be on horses and riders; others will focus on writing and how we communicate.
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Good luck, Robin! I think it’ll be fun 🙂
Great idea, Robin. I started out with once a week but stuck with my Christmas poem for the week before and after. Monday, I’ll get back on schedule with a oner! Looking forward to the challenge.
That’ll be good if we’re both doing once a week. We can cheer each other into keeping up.
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That’s a big challenge to post every week. I’ll take that pledge with you. I was told that in order to show in Google stats, your post must be over 500 words.
I like your blog. I was a horse lover before I was a dog lover.
Happy trails & tales,
You can always ask others to “guest blog” sometimes for you. There’s lots to be shared out there!
As for the 500 words & Google stats, I don’t know. My feeling is that people are BUSY and don’t have time to read or respond to long posts. Who’s got time to read a dozen or more blogs a day of 500 + words each? And then to give long responses to each? I think we’d be better off working more on our non-blog writing instead.
Horse lovers and dog lovers seem to be one & the same, huh? I’m looking forward to reading your dog savers mysteries!
Yes, I agree that writers can read a dozen blogs and still get the really writing done. I’m all for getting our stories on the page and out into the world.
I keep trying to subscribe to your blog and because I’m a WordPress user, this should be simple. NOT. I’ll keep trying.
Plus WP states that my Gravatar will show up when I post to another WP site and I don’t see that either. I did find a way to link to your site!
Thanks, Deborah! I can see your gravatar just fine–a cute little white dog!
Now I need to look into my list of authors on my home page & be sure I’ve added your link.
Oops! The word is “can’t” 😀