Monday, February 20, 2017

It's my Blogoversary!

Happy Blogday to Me!




I know it's Monday, but I just checked my Timehop, and today marks 4 years since I started blogging!

First off, I'm surprised I'm still doing it. I struggled quite a few times, but changing my posting schedule to suit what fits my time has helped me to keep going. Thanks to everyone who has read over the years!

To commemorate my 4th Blogoversary, I thought I would highlight 4 posts from my original blog, The (old) Write Mage, where I wrote 400 posts about movies, music, books, life, awards, etc. I did the MOST on that blog. No wonder I burned out.


My very first post, in which I was sending out my first 45 pages of Fractured Princess, then Save the Queen, and synopsis to Tom Doherty & Associates:
http://thewritemage.blogspot.com/2012/04/about-to-query-tom-doherty-assoc.html


The post where I decided to change my MC Ghuli from white to black:
http://thewritemage.blogspot.com/2012/06/color-line.html


The post where I admitted I started writing not because of books, but because of TV:
http://thewritemage.blogspot.com/2014/09/friday-freeday-writer-because-of-tv.html


The post where my short story was PUBLISHED!:
http://thewritemage.blogspot.com/2015/01/look-for-me-in-cactus-heart-press-wgifs.html


I wish I were famous enough to give something away lol. If you want not-so-expert advice on queries or your first five pages or whatever you want...I guess you can ask? lol Ooh, or anyone who leaves a comment, I'll just use Random.org like I always do. That makes more sense.





4 comments:

  1. Happy Blogoversary! Four years is impressive. Glad you found the motivation to keep blogging when you otherwise felt burnt-out. I always enjoy reading your posts!

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    1. Thank you! I'm glad you're still here. :D

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  2. Happy blogoversary!! Sometimes changing up your schedule can keep you from burning out. I think I'm coming up on six years in a few months. Yikes!

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  3. Happy Blogoversary!!! It is hard to keep going sometimes. Congrats on keeping with it, and here's to hoping for many more years to come!

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