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Tag Archives: blogging
Originally posted on Renard's World:
Six Have you ever ignored certain types of blogging advice from blogging experts? Oh, I have ignored some of their advice (Especially those that I do not agree with). And, I am making an…
God, I hope I don’t get sued for that title! Anyway. Having run out of ideas for posts, I was very happy when I came across Laura’s (Riddle from the Middle) post, “23 random facts about yours truly” which she … Continue reading
Nice little play on words, right? I considered naming the photo “Dumb As A Post” but apparently I have one or more followers with somewhat fragile psyches who might be personally offended. Anyway. I suppose I could have titled the … Continue reading
Way back when I first started blogging, over on Cordelia’s site, I wrote a post called “Why I Write and Will Continue to Write.” Don’t bother trying to find that old post – Cordelia has since taken down my early … Continue reading