Good Friday

Today’s post has absolutely nothing to do with religion, but I am taking advantaging of the title (and ignoring that it represents crucifixion) in order to say THANK YOU to my readers.

I know this sounds sort of hokey coming from me, but seriously – I’ve been meaning to say this for the past month. Every time I open up Blogger and they tell me 500+ people are following my little blog, I do a double take. It reminds me of a very, very early blog post from September 2009 – Do Androids Dream of Me? – in which I want nothing more than to have 7 followers. I started this blog before I was an agent and before I understood the point of Twitter, and no one really knew I existed. But I kept posting anyway.

Anyway, I know 500 readers is small potatoes compared to other industry blogs, but I’ve never called myself an industry blog or tried to be, so I am still pretty happy. Actually, I’d still be happy with 7. You guys are just awesome. And if there are any writers out there who don’t blog, but are thinking about it, do it. Even if no one reads it or you think you have nothing to say. If you keep at it, eventually people will respond.

That’s about as sentimental as I get (online), friends! But I really, truly mean it when I say THANK YOU. Your stories and comments are what keep this blog going. I’m just the messenger.

No post on Monday, as I will be on a train somewhere along the Hudson. Enjoy your weekend!

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11 thoughts on “Good Friday

  1. Just started following your blog. I love it. I've been following Rachelle Gardner's for a while. Got to meet her last October at Myrtle Beach. Saw you will be there this year. Hope we cross paths there. I'd love to meet you.

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  2. Thanks Sarah! Your blog is the main reason I knew that, as an aspiring novelist, I should have a blog.

    I've been posting diligently since March and I'm finally starting to see some followers that aren't related to me!

    Melanie McCullough
    melaniemccullough.blogspot.com

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