It’s been a while since I’ve been nominated for a blog award, but one of my newest followers, James the Less (who came up with a catchy name for his blog) nominated me.
I’m going to skip over the rules (bad, bad, I know, you can yell at me if you wish) and just answer the questions he posed. Let’s see if my grey matter is sharp enough to come up with something witty but truthful for these questions…
Continue reading “Blog award nomination”
When I first started blogging, my now-16-year-old son was a baby. I’m on my third blog (and I have a fourth one in which I publish erotic fiction), so I’ve been around the block a few times when it comes to WordPress. Ha.
So it won’t be anyone’s surprise that I have made a few friends along the way.
Continue reading “A tribute to blogger friendships”
Sometimes I get sucked into an argument I don’t want to have.
Continue reading “Arbitrary thoughts”
Some of you may have noticed that my blog does not follow a traditional niche.
Nor do I write to a specific target audience.
So it is probably not surprising that this blog has attracted, and welcomed, a global and culturally diverse following. And, most importantly, many of you feel comfortable coming here from across all the continents to express and share your own views and perspectives on whatever topic I blab on about.
How fabulous is that? 🙂
I’ve been thinking about diversifying my content a little bit. 😲
Here’s the preamble of my brain’s inner workings:
Continue reading “Sensitive material on your blog; how not to alienate regular readers”
Disclaimer: The following post is about an experience I had listening to a podcast. I am not advertising the blogs or podcasts on behalf of the bloggers, although I did link to them. They didn’t ask me to write this post; I came up with this idea all by myself. 😉 Also, be aware: this is a lengthy, wordy post. Exactly the sort of thing you would expect from me. 😉 Continue reading “Blending blogging with podcasts”
Years ago I discovered that you can sign up for surveys and get paid for them. Continue reading “Surveys, and the Getting To Know You challenge”