A year and a half ago, I had no idea what a blog was. I was watching Nancy Grace one night when she was talking about a man who had been arrested and there was incriminating evidence on his blog. And, I said, "what is a blog." I had never heard of the word before. A little after that, LDS Publisher announced her blog and I finally realized what it was. And, I was hooked. I checked her blog every day. My only question was, where was she two years ago when I really needed her.
Before LDS Publisher, there were the LDS Storymakers who I also love. I read both of their books- Publishing Secrets and Writing Secrets. They were both extremely helpful. And then there was the series of questions I e-mailed Tamra Norton about publishing. (I don't know if she remembers those, but thanks for answering them).
Anyway, I just really love LDS Publisher and thank her extremely for her blog. After that, I was hooked on blogs now that I figured out what they were. And thanks to her list of blogs, I started reading Six LDS Writers and A Frog, along with Josi Kilpack's blog and Tristi Pinkston's blog. Then, I was really hooked. And then, the genius ladies came up with Writers in Heels so I could check all my favorite blogs on one site and I have enjoyed the other women who blog there.
I started my own blog and will probably post there once in a while, but I think I will really enjoy blogging here at the Ink Ladies. I can handle posting once a week, and I like hearing from the others. Blogs are great, now that I know what one is.