Yesterday I interviewed author Melanie Dickerson over on the International Christian Fiction Writers blog. (She's offering a free copy of her book, The Merchant's Daughter to someone drawn from those who comment before February 3. Come on over and check it out.) In my brain, I had done my blog for this week.
Wait a minute. That was International Christian Fiction Writers. It doesn't put anything on Times and Places. At writers' conferences they tell us that the best way to lose readers is to be irregular in your posts. Those of you who stop by are expecting to find something interesting, thought-provoking, worth your time--something that makes you want to come back for more next week.
Of course, they also tell us that we need 30,000 followers and 5000+ friends on Facebook to interest a publisher.
But you know what? There aren't 30,000 of you, and I want to watch the computer link to the National Figure Skating Competition tonight where a couple friends are competing. This isn't the adult nationals where I competed a couple years ago. This is the real thing where the guys who go to the Olympics compete. (Go Peter and Rita!)
So, sorry guys. come back next week for something deep and thought-provoking that will make you want to post it to a few thousand friends. Or slip over to ICFW and read my interview with Melanie.
LeAnne Hardy has lived in six countries on four continents. Her books come out of her cross-cultural experiences and her passion to use story to convey spiritual truths in a form that will permeate lives.
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