To My Email Followers…


While I mentioned this in passing in my last Roundup&Ramblings post, I figured I’d better do a separate post so there wasn’t any confusion.

In January I completed Phase One of my Blog Construction Plans.  As such, now I am moving into Phase Two, which is a much bigger undertaking and more intrusive, IF you happen to get emails from me. As I will be creating new posts for each review that I formerly lumped together in monthly posts, even though they are backdated, WordPress still considers them new posts and sends them to everyone on the email list.

This is just a fair warning post to let you know that while I’ve toyed around with this Phase Two, I am hoping to really start things in earnest next month. So be advised you could be getting an additional 5-20 posts emailed to you each month.

That is all.



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21 thoughts on “To My Email Followers…

    1. Thanks Chuckles. I don’t mind this kind of work, I just have to be aware that it takes away from my store of words and so if I do too much on this project, my current reviews and posts might suffer 😀

      Thank goodness spring is almost here…


    1. See, that’s the difference between your job and mine as a land surveyor 😀
      Surprisingly, I get very few emails from the trees I cut down 😉

      I’ve just had a couple of times where people comment on one of the old “reviews” with something like “is this a review?” because I was only doing title author and genre to start things off.

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        1. Right, like I’d give everyone more evidence that I need to be committed to the loony bin 😀

          Of course, now I’m thinking about Tolkien and the Ents. I think I have a Tolkien re-read coming up later this year. maybe I’ll remember this little conversation and do a one on one blog post with an Ent. or something…

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    1. Yeah, after your comment AND Brokentunes, I figure there might be some others in the same boat but just not willing to say anything. Since I’d appreciate a heads up in a similar situation, I’d figure I’d just make a post of it 😀

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    1. No worries on it overwhelming me. I’m taking it nice and slow and am doing just when I feel like instead of regimented. Probably take about twice as long, but no burn out means I’ll finish it instead of giving up 😀

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