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Blog Bonanza sans Comments

02 Jul

Woohoo!  I am all caught up on my blog reading.  All 700 posts of it.  It was wonderful.  But…

If you’re wondering why I didn’t leave a comment on some post of yours or other, try reading 700 blog posts in 2 days, and see if you have enough brain cells left to leave intelligent relevant comments on each one.  Actually don’t.  Save your brain for something more important.  I love your blog, I really do.  But I figure a late comment or two now is not as good as many, many punctual comments in the future. 

Now, my thanks to all those folks who have turned my brain to moosh:

Le Re

The Magic District

Magical Words

Deadline Dames

Lauren Oliver: New, Thoughts, and Miscellany

Heim Binas Fiction

Ecstatic Days

Whatever

Janet Reid, Literary Agent

Noveldoctor

Nathan Bransford, Literary Agent

Talk to Your Universe

The Other Side of the Story

Writing on the Wall

How Publishing Really Works

Sierra Godfrey, Writer

How To Kill Your Imaginary Friends

The Intern

And a few more I visit on an irregular basis. 😉

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3 Comments

Posted by on July 2, 2010 in Authors, Blogging

 

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3 responses to “Blog Bonanza sans Comments

  1. Arlee Bird

    July 2, 2010 at 6:48 PM

    That’s a lot of blog posts for two days. I’ve never kept count of what I read and comment on per day, but I’m sure it’s a sizeable number. My brain seems to stay in moosh phase on a regular basis.

    Lee
    Tossing It Out

     
    • atsiko

      July 3, 2010 at 1:26 AM

      It’s not as big as I wish it was (per day), but it’s still bigger than it should be. 😦

       
    • John

      July 24, 2013 at 11:25 PM

      Ditto all of that. If I counted it up it would likely be a lot larger number than I would guess.

       

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