All right, I admit it, I’m curious about who’s reading and sharing my posts. I have the share counter to see if anyone is actually sharing things and they are. The series about self-promotion has been shared numerous times. It may sound silly, but I’m still new enough at this to be excited and pleased that people are reading and sharing. But I don’t really know where the posts about writing are going.
Also interesting is that my subscribers are going up. Not in huge ways, but steadily. So who out there is actually following me? Thank you for subscribing – that’s very cool.
To everyone who reads my blog, your comments would be welcomed, but if you’d rather not comment publicly, you can reach me via email at LynneS@lynnescottauthor.com. I’d enjoy hearing from you and I do answer all my mail. Thanks for making this so much fun.
James Lewis says
After meeting through a long-time friend and someone I served with, it was nice discover that my new favorite First Sergeant wasn’t some mamby pamby, artsy wimpy author. She and I have stomped the same ground in Korea, and I understand many of her references.
As an aspiring author, I’ve learned a great deal through normal communication, and really enjoy our reciprocal beta reader duties.
Thank you, James. The learning goes both ways – being a beta reader for you makes me work harder in my own writing. It’s a lot of fun working with you.
Heather Rae Scott says
I’m stalking…er, peeking, but you already knew that. 🙂
There used to be a program that told you your actual referrers as in the words and stuff that people looked up and landed on your site. It was hysterical and yet at the same time frightening. You can only imagine some of the things that’d come up for people–especially authors and writers. I use site meter and I don’t think it does that anymore.