Neglect

I’m guilty of neglecting my responsibilities in regard to being a good follower of blogs. There’s a certain compact we form with those we follow and those who follow us to keep up to date, to comment, and support. I’ve been so wrapped up in me, me, me, that I’ve not lived up to my end of the bargain.

Last night I tried to play catch up, but I’m a week or two late in my comments. Their worlds have moved on, and I’m late to the party. I hope I can be forgiven. Bless me bloggers, for I have been really distracted.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

37 thoughts on “Neglect”

    1. The interaction with other bloggers is one of my favorite parts of blogging. And I feel guilty when I don’t keep up my end of the bargain. I feel guilty about tons of stuff, though. Sigh. 😳

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      1. Explanation: I don’t like that you feel that way, but I just love the word ‘schlub.’ And I have come to realize I like words with the ‘ch’ in them, like crunch and couch. Things you really wanna’ know, right? 😆

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  1. It’s totally understandable! You don’t realize how much the act of hitting publish on a book takes over every aspect of your life for a while until you do it yourself. It’s kind of crazy how consuming it can be.

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      1. Ugh! So much! That and the reviews on both Goodreads and Amazon. Then the obsession grew when I got into the ad metrics and stats. That stuff is insanely addictive!

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      2. I’m not yet on Goodreads, and the ad metrics stuff is beyond my skill level, so I’ll just obsess over the simple report, it’s plenty. But kind of nice to know I’m not alone.

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