If you’ve been blogging for a year or more, you’ve received this notification:
In my case, it’s been four years since I began sharing on WordPress. Like many bloggers, I had great intentions and planned to blog frequently … and those great intentions often went out the window when life got in the way. For some people, blogging slows down because they run out of things to write about. Anyone who has worked with me and has received one of my epistles will tell you that finding something to write about isn’t usually a problem for me. 😉
But I’ve been sidetracked at different times by various things: the death of a parent, a move across country, construction of a home office, and a plethora of editing work, among other things.
In the past four years, I’ve blogged about writing, editing, book proposals, and beta readers. I’ve invited editing clients to write guest posts about their editing experiences, and I’ve written a little about my personal life. The one blog I almost didn’t post became the most-read post on my site after it appeared on the Huffington Post. Writing for this blog has been—and still is—both fun and challenging.Writing for this blog has been—and still is—both fun and challenging. #blogging #bloggers #wordpress Click To Tweet
I just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking time out of your busy day to read my blog. I’m so glad you’re here, and I hope you’ll keep coming back.
Happy Writing and Reading,
Candace Johnson is a professional freelance editor, proofreader, writer, ghostwriter, and writing coach who has worked with traditional publishers, self-published authors, and independent book packagers on nonfiction subjects ranging from memoirs to alternative medical treatments to self-help and on fiction ranging from romance to paranormal. As an editorial specialist, Candace is passionate about offering her clients the opportunity to take their work to the next level. She believes in maintaining an author’s unique voice while helping him or her create and polish every sentence to make it the best it can be. Learn more here, and follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.