To all my readers…

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Most of the year, I’m so busy writing about the mechanics of writing, reading, and publishing that I don’t always take enough time to appreciate you, my readers. So this November, in the month of thanks, I want to begin by saying how much I appreciate every view, every visit, and every comment. Knowing I’m not doing this alone makes such a difference.

I appreciate every author who submits a story for me to read and review, and who is patient with my schedule (which only allows for about two reviews a month, and can be six months out). I’m thankful for all the authors who’ve taken the plunge and worked with me through book coaching, giving me the opportunity to use my talents as an editor and professional reader to make a difference ahead of time, before their book gets published. And I’m grateful for all the followers who regularly read my posts, and especially when you like them. πŸ™‚

So, this month (and probably into December), I’m going to visit each and every follower’s blog. If there’s a particular post you’d like me to see, list it below in the comments and I’ll be sure to stop there; otherwise, I’m going to browse about and leave a comment so you know I was there. It will undoubtedly take some time to get to all of you, but I promise to visit and comment as a way of expressing my gratitude that you are part of this electronic literary journey with me.

Thank you!

Andrea Lundgren

7 thoughts on “To all my readers…

    1. I quite enjoyed your article, but I couldn’t figure out how to make a comment of my own there. Do you have comments disabled? I think it’s fascinating that your hero climbed that mountain and survived in the wilderness at his age, but I do wonder what a twelve year old was doing out on such a dangerous mountain. Was he with his parents or a group and just fell? Or did he climb it by himself?

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      1. so glad of your taking time to read about this young hero. he was with both, and lamented his folly in trying to go back to his parents, rejecting counsel, leaving a youth leader behind in the cloud…. our window for comments on a post is two weeks, i think. thank you so for liking then commenting here!

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