I know who you are. Or at least I think I do.
You are dear family and real-life friends who support me by subscribing to my blog and buying my books–thank you!
Or, you are other writers I’ve met online, through the Online Writing Workshop (we go way back, you and I!), or Holly Lisle’s How to Think Sideways and How to Revise Your Novel courses, or Kristen Lamb’s We Are Not Alone class. You support and encourage me.
Perhaps you read my fiction, came to check out my Internet home, and stayed.
Maybe you don’t fit in any of these categories at all. Maybe you followed the trail here from a tweet, a comment on another blog, or a search (perhaps you were looking for information about Toph, or tutorials on making Japanese paper dolls and zebra templates, or pictures of small purple flowers–all popular keywords!).
But for some reason, however you came here, you decided to keep checking back. Thank you.
Over the years, my blog has changed a lot. I used to post about my writing process, but now I rarely do. Occasionally, I post a snippet from my work, and once in a very great while, an entire story. I post about my genre–the books I like, the trends I see, the covers I adore, the movies I enjoy, the 80s cartoons I loved. Sometimes I put up something funny, or beautiful, or inspiring. Sometimes I talk about one of my other great passions–learning alongside my children.
Yes, I’m all over the place.
I’ve never asked my readers for their input on my content before. I’m rectifying that now. Which posts have you particularly enjoyed? What do you want to see more of? Do you have any questions for me?