Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Talking To The Wall

I began blogging last December, so I'm pretty new at it. Most days I enjoy it, but I can't say that I'm immune to caring about the number of comments that I receive. Blogging without comments is like talking to a wall, a person playing a virtual game or a sports fan watching the big game. After a while, it feels very futile. Most days, I see enough comments to assure me that someone is listening. But sometimes, I really want more.

Here's a list of 3 posts that I wish had more comments. Come on, take a look. It will make my day.

1.The first installment of my novel, Convictions.
If you like it, there's more.

2.The Best of Times
It's a Christmas story that has a lot of meaning in difficult economic times. Christmas may be gone, but I hope this warms your heart.

3.Stop Thief
A humorous, but true, confession of how little things come back to haunt you.

Grandma

7 comments:

  1. The saucers flying over the NH hills....what a picture that makes in my mind, what fun. And the story of Mrs. Morse...touching.

    Mine this week is ALL IN THE FAMILY for me.

    Have a great Tuesday.

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  2. Isn't it amazing how much a simple little comment can make us feel as if what we wrote was interesting to someone? I will check out your posts.

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  3. I'm a self confessed slacker when it comes to blog hopping. I get lazy just writing my own blog posts and then putting up HoT, too? Waaa.. LOL.

    Thanks for playing and keep writing.. you'll build an audience over time.

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  4. I just found your blog. I am grandma to four and really am glad to be around them. I too am a new blogger and haven't quite got the hang of it yet, but I'll keep trying. Enjoy your posts.

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  5. Comments do make blogging much more fun.

    Poor Tuesday

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  6. Yes, comments matter! I think we all feel that way! I especially loved the 3rd post listed here because you made an every day situation come alive with some humor and style!

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