So not only did you teach me about writing memoir, you also taught me about reading and thinking about how others write memoir. Thank you so much! Rebecca
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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Blogger, Feeds, and catching up

Tonight I decided to see who is subscribing to this blog. I seldom go there and because of that, it takes some time for me to remember what I do to find that information.
I want to thank all of you who let me slip into your E-mail Inbox when I post something new on the blog. At least I know you read this page, or at least have the opportunity if the Title interests you.

Writing a blog is fun and also puzzling at times. If I worried that no one was reading my blog, I'd find posting a problem, but because this blog builds in STATISTICS, I can see if anyone dropped by today. What bothered me tonight when I looked up my subscribers list, for a long time on the graph, I had X number of subscribers. Then suddenly, OOPS, I had zero subscribers.
I'm sure glad I didn't check this graph that day. It appeared that all my subscribers suddenly, simultaneously dropped me.
Thankfully, the next day, my numbers were back to X number as it had been before.

This is why I need more classes on blogging, or I need to spend about a month teaching myself so I can get caught up to where most folks were a couple of years ago.

My question for Blogger right now. Why is the default font so small? It looks pitiful on the page. Or is it just me?

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Subscribe to this site and get me in your Inbox

Keep up with Writers Circle by subscribing to this blog. On the sidebar, you will see where you can subscribe by e-mail. Click on Subscribe by E-mail and you will receive, in your Inbox, each NEW Post we write.

Today I opened a Twitter account. That is something new for me, but with the help of my friend, Tipper of Blind Pig and the Acorn, I am now a Twitterer. Is that the way to say it? However, I'll not be writing things like, "I'm going to the drug store right now." "I am getting into my car." "I'm walking my dog."

When I post on Twitter, it will be something regarding my writing, teaching, or the work of my students, congratulations to a writer or friend, or perhaps where I'll be reading or signing books.

If you are on Twitter, look for me. I'm a novice so I don't even know how to follow anyone yet.