(This post is part of a bloghop organized by Vikki and Tara Tyler . Visit their blogs for details.)
Being a reader myself, I know how shot readers are for time, and what an effort it sometimes is to keep up with all the writing out there. So this post is dedicated to all my readers, on this blog and Daily (w)rite, and every one else who has read and commented on my published work.
I love you all.
Without readers, a blog, or any piece of writing, is a sad and lonely thing.
I feel blessed to be read by each and every person who has stopped by my blogs. I’m grateful to all my beta-readers, to all the folks who’ve read my stories and told me if the details were authentic, to everyone who commented on my blogs and participated in discussions.
I’d love to thank you each by name, but that would be too long a list for one post. So, I’ll content myself sending you all love and gratefulness and white light and good energies. May the good fairies sprinkle your path with shiny stuff wherever you go!
I’ve had your love for nearly five years that I’ve been writing and blogging, and I hope to have it for many years to come 🙂
I've come here for the first time and feel so good about it. I endorse your sentiments expressed in the post. A blog without readers feel neglected. we should be helping each other in this regard.
indeed true, without readers i guess one will probbaly stop writing and I must confess its great to have readers come and read what I write .. always has always will
You are welcome, Damayanti..! I love to visit your blogs when I have the time 🙂
Hi Damyanti , am new to your blog and am glad that I came here. Its a beautiful blog. Keep writing and blogging for many more decades 🙂
Hearty congrats Damyanti!
Congrats on five years, goodness, and a big thanks for joining in the bloghop. The hop would be nothing without the blogs joining in!
It will be five years old come Jan, as will my other blog, Daily (w)rite. Thanks for organizing such an excellent bloghop. Would be reading more posts over the weekend!
It's true, I remember when I first started blogging and how lonely it was until I started getting regular readers. What a lovely blog hop, and a great opportunity to thank your regular readers.
Keep the great posts and short stories coming!
I blogged for an year without many readers. Yes, it is a lonely road without them.
Aren't readers just the best? It's fun to write, but it's even more fun to share the work with someone else. Also, what a cool idea to write a thank-you to readers. It's always good to share appreciation.
I feel writers don't make sense without readers — and this blog hop gave me the perfect opportunity to express my gratefulness! Thanks for stopping by to comment, Caryn!
wow! 5 years!
and i love the pencil topper bouquet!
thank you for taking part in our thankful hop!
I haven't been a busy blogger the last 5 years…in fact I've disappeared often on hiatus. Taking another this December. Thank you for organizing this 🙂
I have very few comments on my blog. I like to think that's because I express myself so well, there's nothing left to say. Okay, stop rolling around on the floor laughing! I didn't say it was TRUE, I said I like to THINK so. 😉
Fantasies, mysteries, comedies, recipes
okay, couldn't resist that!
I'm no great commenter, but I do comment every time I stop by your blog. Also you Do in fact express yourself rather well!
I try to comment on those blogs that I visit regularly. I also try to visit blogs that interest me because of the subject matter, or because that person took the time to leave me a comment.
It's a two way street, and like any relationship, it takes effort on both sides.
Yep, effort on both sides is definitely key!
Awwwww, I'm all warm and fuzzy, now! Also – please do send the good fairies my way, I'd really appreciate it! 😉
Mina's Resurrection Blogfest!
You're not only going to receive the good fairies but also a warm, fuzzy blogfest post 🙂
Alex, you're the first person who came to mind when I thought of my blog readers. Thanks for being such a regular commenter. I know the effort it takes, and I'm grateful.
It would be a sad and lonely thing! And I do know bloggers who blog with next to no comments resulting. Very sad.