Some days, I do not want to write. I want to do anything but write. My mind says, “Please James, let’s watch a movie, go shopping, have a nap, anything that isn’t typing into that machine.”
I still drag myself to that online beast and write once again. You cannot not post. Your readers will leave, not all of them, but some. And I prize every reader I have. They are like gold coins to a miser. I remember all too well getting 35 hits for the entire month I began posting.
My readers are supportive and kind. Their comments enrich my thought and change how and what I write about.
I am greedy for more readers but I don’t want as much encouragement as the picture and caption indicate!
2 thoughts on “Lost in the Stacks 4: Writers and Readers (via The Labyrinth Library)”
I can condition a legit use of virtually any approach that might be abused. I can point to legit utilizes of websites which may appear to be on conflict with Google’s webmaster guidelines.
I don’t get it. I don’t have a Google site. I’m WordPress. My use of the material here is fully attributed with only a small portion of the post I’m using visible. I’m clearly on the right side of the Fair Use Doctrine.
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