It has been a good run.
Since 12 August 2017 I have written a blog every week, usually published on a Saturday afternoon, in addition to writing my new novel and one or two other writing projects such as the Hotel Stories.
Thanks to all my readers for clicking on robertpimm.com, and sometimes the links in the blogs. It makes me happy when you do so.
And should I update my author pic from the 1981 black and white version?
It is not always easy to produce a blog every week. Today, for example, I have written my novel for a couple of hours, have 30 minutes to write my blog, then am going out for a walk and to watch the England-Sweden game.
Usually my blogs take 2-3 hours to write – time when I could be writing that novel!
So I have a couple of questions for you. You do not have to answer all or indeed any of them, but feedback would be welcome. You can find a “comments” form at the bottom of this page. Or you can write to me privately using the “Contact me” tab at the top of the page.
(i) does the regularity of my blogs, ie one a week on a Saturday afternoon, make any difference to you, as readers? Or would it be just as good if they appeared randomly or occasionally?
(ii) are there subjects which appeal to you particularly? For example, would you like more or less book or movie reviews, more or less on feminism and women’s issues, more or less about my novels and short stories, or more or less something else, such as my long-term project “The Americans” (again, see tab at top of page)?
(iii) how useful are links to other blogs? For example, how many of you have read last week’s rather fine blog about George Mikes making fun of the English?
(iv) do you have any other comments about the blog? For example, is the navigation clear? Is anything confusing or misleading? All thoughts welcome.
Thank you in advance!
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