3 years. I’ve been blogging for 3 years!?
I know that might not seem as such a huge number but it is in my case. Because three years ago, I never thought I’d reach this day. Just four years ago, I never had any intention to blog. Even though I liked reading anime/manga and Asian drama enthusiast blogs.
Now, here I am today, a bonafide blogger myself. Whoa. Continue reading
Oh man 2015 will be coming to an end in just 15 hours and 59 seconds. And to spend the last couple of hours left in 2015, I’m doing an end of the year blogging review. I’ve already listed some of my 2015 writing accomplishments in a previous IWSG (Insecure Writer’s Support Group) post. You can read it here.
But today I’m showcasing and celebrating the best posts of the year. Here on Paving My Author’s Road and my old blog IHeartAllStories.
So, let the countdown begin!
Thanks and according to AddThis.com, the most popular posts/top visits of the year on IHeartAllStories, from 10 to 1 are:
10) IWSG- Why Writers Should Write Poetry
In early November, Chrys Fey, fellow She Writes and Insecure Writer’s Support Group member and blogger, wrote a post about a gratitude challenge she participated in last year. A challenge where she wrote three things she was grateful for. Here’s the post.
I decided to do the same. Because it is Thanksgiving, a time to give thanks. So here’s what I’m thankful for:
I’m thankful to you my readers and followers.
I can’t believe that I’ve been blogging for two years already. So for my 2 year blogiversary I’d decided to retire my I Heart All Stories blog. And continue my blogging efforts here. On my new WordPress site Paving My Author’s Road.
To get things going, I’ve moved all my old posts over. It was no easy feat either. Because I’m about as anti-techie as can be. And there was no export/import WordPress tool to move my Weebly posts over. So I had to copy, paste and backdate everything I’ve ever written from May 24, 2013 to now. Unfortunately, that also meant losing all the comments from my readers and followers. Which I hope does not also extend to the readership I built up on my Weebly blog.