Hi Susan .. I read Michael's 5 Jan post and concur with his thoughts .. even though I fall into two of his points ..Mine are longish .. but I bring in photos and I break the paragraphs up.Then it is eclectic - but fortunately readers appear to like the unexpectedness of each post - which seems to tickle their imaginations .. and that's what life's about: interestedness!Just a different approach .. as Jennifer advises in her post of 29 Jan - so sensible .. thanks for re-pointing me in this direction.Have a good weekend .. Hilary
I stop reading blogs when I hit on too much negativity and meaningless complaining.Commas drive me batty!~ Wendy
Hi Susan! I'm excited about your interview with Colleen. Looking forward to part 2 next week!
Hi, Susan.I'm happy that you've linked to Michael Hyatt's blog. I always find his posts and readers' comments enlightening. Here is another that he wrote called "Forget Your Blog Stats and Just Write!" It focuses on the purpose of/reasons for blogging and invites readers to think about why they blog.http://michaelhyatt.com/forget-your-blog-stats-and-just-write.htmlI lose interest in blogs when the content is similar week after week. If a blog has more than one purpose, then the posts will be more varied and interesting.Blessings,Jean
Thanks Susan for this Friday Round-up. I enjoy Michael's blog too, I always learn something new!Have a great weekend, enjoy.
Hi Hilary -As an industry professional, Michael's opinions are respected and often quoted. I've taken many of his suggestions to heart.Jennifer's writing voice is unique and interesting. Her posts always grab my attention.Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Wendy -One of the things I learned as a devotional writer: There must be a take-away for the reader. I try to accomplish that here at Christian Writer/Reader Connection.Commas? If you read this, could you explain? You've got me curious. :)Blessings,Susan
Hi Rosslyn -I was thrilled when Colleen agreed to the interview. She's a respected author and wonderful person.Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Jean -I read that post, and thought he made some great points. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. :)Yes, I'm a variety kind of gal myself. It's one reason I enjoy doing both author interviews and book recommendations. Throw in a writers devotional and some links and it keeps me interested in producing this blog.Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Marja -You're welcome! Enjoy your weekend.Blessings,Susan :)
I prefer variety as well. If something is boring I lose interest.
Hi Tonya -Thanks for your input. I was sad to see the variety show disappear from TV. They were more original than the programming available today. I hope blogs continue to produce a nice smorgasbord when it comes to content.Blessings,Susan :)
Susan,Jennifer greatly appreciates the compliment and continuous support. ;-) Thanks for the mention.
Susan,Jennifer greatly appreciates the compliment and support. Thanks much for the mention!
Hi Jennifer -You're welcome!Blessings,Susan :)
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