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This Blog’s on Fire!

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I wish this heavy rain would let up, so I can walk to the post office and get a mailer for Phoebe’s book (I need the exercise). But meanwhile–

Yesterday, for the first time ever, we had over 400 views on this blog for the third day in a row–never happened before. And it’s off to a good start this morning, too. Thank you, readers! And thank you, Christian bloggers, who don’t mind me reblogging some of your posts. You’re welcome to reblog any of mine.

All this, mind you, with my Facebook referrals stripped away. In January, for instance, I had over 700 of them. Now there aren’t any. That I’m doing very well without any help from Facebook is a source of great satisfaction to me.

I look forward today to spending some hours editing the copy for Bell Mountain No. 12, His Mercy Endureth Forever. I was going to go to Keyport in my newly-repaired car to pick up some of the best seafood in America at the Keyport Fishery, but I’d rather not drive on the Parkway when it’s raining.

Ooh-ooh! Is that the sun out there?


Another Blogging Milestone

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WordPress tells me that today I have blogged here for 1,700 days in a row. Is that a milestone or a millstone? I must be crazy.

When I got up this morning there was an inch and a half of snow on the ground and the governor of New Jersey had declared a state of emergency. This is rather hard to believe.

Anyway, here I am with 1,700 days in a row. Maybe it’ll help my books find readers. It’s not like I can put up a billboard or something.

I have no way of knowing what kind of fruit, if any, my writing will produce. Sow the seed and pray it lands on good ground.


I’ve Hit a Blogging Milestone

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WordPress has just notified me–and given me a virtual trophy for it–that I’ve posted on this blog for 1,525 days in a row.

Good lord. No wonder I’m tired.

If I could just somehow turn that into book sales–!

PS–I was wondering why nobody has said anything, and then I see “Comments are off.” Grrr! Fanabla! Fap! Well, they’re on now.


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