Wow. That’s the single word to summarize the past couple of weeks. Nothing tragic or overwhelming, but the last month has been the exception, and certainly not the rule. My wife has been off work seven days, all but two
Regular readers know, one of my goals the last year or so has been to be more consistent with adding content to this blog. My goal has been three to five new posts each week, with a mixture of topics
If you were to look at the blog stats chart for my blog, you’d see that last week saw more than double the usual web traffic here at Stories I Read, Stories I Tell. Biggest. Week. Ever. Not just the
Two questions recently: How difficult and time-consuming is it to start a blog and keep it up? Don’t you find all the social media stuff distracts you from your writing? Maintaining a Blog The short answer to question one is:
Here’s the latest installment of The Three Minute Writer – Social Networking for Writers. Enjoy, and Happy Writing!
Here’s the thing…there aren’t a lot of people active on G+ yet, so what I’m about to say is, possibly, something I’ll take back later. But here it goes. The single biggest psychological draw, for me, to Google’s own social