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Writer of fiction that reflects the light of Jesus. Sometimes the grit mixes with beauty to make up a picture of this life. That's where my fiction lives.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

I need your help.

Hello, Blog Friends!

First, I want to thank you for reading my blog. I can't express to you how deeply moved I am that anyone would take the time to read what I've written. It's unbelievable humbling. I appreciate it. I also am so very thankful for those of you who have referred Periwinkle Peacock to others. That encourages me to move forward with this project.

That being said...don't worry, this isn't bad...I need a little advice from you. You get a say in the direction of this blog (for the time being at least). I would like to ask you what you want from me.

No, I can't give you a million dollars.

Sorry, no flashy giveaways.

What I need to know is this -- what do you want me to write?

I've written both fiction and non-fiction, serious and funny (or, I hope that a few were comical...at least the one's I intended to be). I enjoy writing in each of those styles. However, I wonder if switching it up like I have leaves the blog unfocused.

So, what do you think?

All fiction?

All creative non-fiction?

A little bit of both?

I'm open to your ideas. I want to hear what you think. I will read your input and make up my mind accordingly.

Thank you again, Dear Reader Friends!

Blessings on you!

11 comments:

  1. Personally, I'm a big fan of variety.

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  2. Thanks, Rachel! Your vote is counted! :)

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  3. I like the Miss Susie stories. :)

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  4. What ever you decide will be great but I like the variety it give me a change to know you better.

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  5. Okay, Kelly...I will share more Miss Susie Stories for sure :)

    Jessie, I'm glad you feel like you are getting to know me better through the different posts. That makes me happy!

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  6. I think a little of both would be good. :)

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  7. Thanks, Julie! I'm glad you like a little of both! :)

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  8. Not sure if this is in your ballpark, but allegorical writings appeal to me, full of types, allusions, etc.

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  9. Hi, Sam! I will try an allegorical writing just for you! I'm always interested in a challenge.

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  10. I tried to comment yesterday from my phone but I see it didn't work! The most important thing is that you do what YOU enjoy because that will show and make reading it enjoyable. Just have fun with it!

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