Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Books We Can't Forget and Other Great Links

I'm so not in the blogging mindset lately. My life is consumed by family, and talking to Cheryl about my next book, and plotting for the release of Operation Yes.  

A part of me thinks I should shut down Read*Write*Believe for the summer. The other part says I'll miss it if I do. 

Meanwhile, I'm enjoying these great posts across the blogosphere: 

What a Girl Wants: The Books We Can't Forget


  1. Don't shut it down, Sar. Just pop in whenever...

    We'll always be happy to see you...

  2. Ditto what Liz says.
    You're on my Google Reader; I'll read you whenever you pop in, so no worries. People in the real world, whether family or fans, will find you, and we'll see you here when we see you.

    Happy Summer.

  3. For what it's worth, I always enjoy reading your posts, and if you shut down for the summer, I'd miss them--and you! But Real Life takes precedence, of course. I hope and trust that you'll find a balance that's right for you.

  4. Thanks, you guys. I think what I need to do is lower my expectations. Just post when I want to, and make it fun. And use my free time to read other people's awesome, long, thought-inspiring posts!

  5. I was going through one of these phases myself, where I was thinking of not blogging anymore, because I just can't seem to keep up with everything. But then I was agonizing because I would miss my online friends. When I explained all this to one of my friends here in town, he was like, "Maybe you could just post once a week or something." And I was like, "Oh. Yeah. I guess I could do that."

    I think a lot of the bloggers I follow have gone through periods like this. Comes with the territory of being a busy person, I think.


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