About once a week, I look through my stats and find that yet another random reader has gone through my site and read about a dozen posts. I love it! That’s awesome! I’m so glad that people find my blog, read a post, and find that they want to read more from me. I’ve done the same thing–I’ve gone browsing through Freshly Pressed or a friend’s blogroll and found a fascinating site that’s distracted me for more time than I’d like to admit. The trouble is, I don’t know who these people are and I don’t know what they think of my site. I’m not looking for accolades: I’m looking for genuine feedback. Which posts were your favorite and why? What did you find compelling about my content or style that made you want to read more? What attracted you to certain titles? Did you find things with which you disagreed? What made you decide to subscribe or not to subscribe? I write this blog mostly for myself and my friends, but I also really like to know how I’m being received by a wider audience.
So I have a special request to make you, my faithful Blog Stalkers: please leave a comment or a like on a post that made a particular impression on you. If you know me, send me an email or a Facebook message. I’m never going to have a really consistent voice or theme that will pull in the bigger numbers of readers or subscribers. However, I would love to hear from the faithful few who don’t mind my eclectic content and enjoy perusing my archives. I hereby promise to do the same for you. If I find that an hour has slipped by because I’m enjoying your posts, I will leave you some form of feedback.
To those who have already liked, commented, and/or subscribed: merci beaucoup! Happy blogging and happy stalking, everyone.