As this blog approaches its second official anniversary on 5 July 2017, I’m of a sentimental state of mind.
- published four well-reviewed books,
- learned about the indie publishing industry,
- shared what I know about the traditional publishing industry,
- grown my blog audience exponentially, and
- exercised my craft as a writer of fiction and in my series of creative writing advice.
You’ve been among the many new and wonderful friends I’ve made on these Adventures in Indie Publishing. I’m honored and humbled by the praise and respect I’ve received for my work.
But, as Bilbo Baggins might say,
I don’t know half of you half as well as I should like; and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve….
I’m not sure, but I think the grammatical math works out to a compliment. If not, please take it for one anyway.
This year, I want to redesign the Adventures in Indie Publishing website. This current design is getting a little long-in-the-tooth, and I’m tired of looking at it, as I’m sure you are as well.
I’ve prepared a brief 10-question reader survey via SurveyMonkey, to help me prepare for my upcoming site redesign. From now to 7 July 2017, please help me know what you do and (especially) don’t like about the site, so that I can continue to improve your experience and enjoyment of it.
Thanks for the time, I deeply appreciate the opportunity to bring my work to you, and to hear your opinion.
Thanks again for your time.
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