Thoughts on Blogging – A Question For My Blog Readers

As we approach summer, (which means I should have more time to write blog posts), I’ve come up with a question for those of you who read my blog:

What do you like reading on my blog, and what do you want to see more of?

Is there anything you would prefer to see less of?

About a year ago I went from only posting “behind the scenes” content about book covers I had designed, to writing articles on my writing processes and the steps my husband and I were taking in creating our publishing company.

Then I started creating the video blogs with the readings, and then finally reblogging our pseudo-steampunk series, The Multiverse Chronicles.

From what I can tell, most of the people who follow this blog are writers. Do you want to see more posts on writing and the writing craft? Publishing? Self-publishing techniques?

Do you like seeing the Behind the Scenes posts about how I make book covers?

Do you watch the video blog posts I do, and/or listen to the readings of Magic’s Stealing?

Do you read the Multiverse serial episodes?

Is there anything you want to see that I haven’t tried yet?

Feel free to respond via the form below, or to send me an email privately (my contact page).

I look forward to hearing from you. 🙂

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Just a quick reminder, I’m running a giveaway for two ebook copies of Magic’s Stealing! There’s only four days left, so enter while you can. 🙂

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8 responses to “Thoughts on Blogging – A Question For My Blog Readers

  1. Sue's Reviews, Articles, and News

    I like everything you’re doing. I suspect you don’t sleep.

  2. Stephanie, Since I’m always pressed for time, I read whichever blog comes when I’m free. Sometimes I surf your blog entries and read bits on topics. Usually I just settle into one of your prose pieces. But there is so much to choose from, and most of them lengthy, that I don’t read consistently any topic. I suspect I’m an unusual follower, though. I know you, and I’m interested in your many talents and the many facets of it. So. Best answer I can give. I think if I was facing a certain problem writing, I would search your site for some insight. Umm. Thanks.

    • Thanks for chiming in. 🙂 I appreciate your insight, and you have a good point about them being really lengthy, which might limit how many can be read, and how often. But I’m glad you think that you could find useful information in the posts, and that you like the prose pieces. 🙂

  3. I use Feedly to follow blogs, and with the way it’s set up (blog post titles in a bolded list) and as I’ve been really pressed for time lately, I find myself usually gravitating towards Writing, Trad, Pubbing, & Craft related post titles or reviews of books I’ve been meaning to get to (this applies to all the blogs I follow). But that’s just me! :o)

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