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Gratitude for 160,000 Readers – and Apology
Today’s post is a big THANK YOU to all my readers of the last 22 months.
Thanks for signing up, coming here day for day, and for recommending this blog to your friends and
fellow writers. And thanks for writing comments – of which 99% are praise and encouragement.
I really enjoy writing these tips for authors and if I would have the time, I would write even more.
Well, time constrains … working on my computer, often for 16 hours a day, including weekends, I still
cannot follow up with everything. I am giving lectures in publishing and book marketing and have to
travel extensively and when I am back in the office, I struggle to make up for the time lost. My clients
who signed up for book marketing need help and advice, new books have to be created, articles to be
written, meetings with our computer whiz, social media tasks to be full-filled… the chores are never
ending. But I am sure, most of you have the same struggles.
Last night I was shocked when I discovered that I had not yet answered 492 comments during the
last months. It’s not that I haven’t seen them from time to time, but always in a hurry to finish my blog
posts, I thought I will answer them later, and did not realize how many have finally accumulated, who
needs approval or answer. I immediately stopped and started to work on these, but certainly could not
finish them all and will work on more these days.
Sorry to all of you who did not (yet) get a reply: I really appreciate your comments a lot! And I am
extremely thankful for such a loyal following. Please bear with me : ) even when I am not answering
immediately. Please also know that English is not my mother language and I am writing
constantly with a dictionary and a Thesaurus on my screen, which sometimes slows me down a bit.
Again, thanks for all you comments and your loyalty and I hope, you will get lots of encouragement,
from reading these tips and implementing it into your publishing and book marketing career.
All the very best and have a great Easter week.
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