Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Can you help some novice bloggers?

Hi, all,
As I've confessed publically, I'm trying to develop a new blogging habit, at first because I want to be a good model for my students--you know, the ole what's-good-for-the-students-should-be-good-for-the-teacher syndrome--and now because Bud's convinced me that there's something in it for me, too.

When I was working on my book, I always began my writing sessions with a ritual: cup of tea, passage from a writing book (e.g., Bird by Bird), entry in a journal I called "Notes to Self." Well, I finished the book, so I'm keeping the ritual while I'm working on a new one, but this time, I'm trying to blog the "Notes to Self" entry instead.

So here's where you come in as does my shameless personal request...

Will you read my blog and comment occasionally on my developing ideas?

I know your thoughtful responses will help shape my thinking as I write. And then, while you're there, feel free to check out my students' blogs as well. You'll find links to them in the blogroll on the right-hand side of my blog.

I doubt my students and I will maintain the habit if we don't get traffic, which those of you reading this have probably learned from experience. So if your blog is active, be sure to link up to it in your comments so that we can visit as well.

Bud's skein of yarn is coming to mind.

3 comments:

camdaram said...

I can do that. I'm a dork with blogging now. I'm hoping if I keep it up enough I'll get groupies.

Cindy O-A said...

Thanks for reading, Cam! I just posted again today, and I'm actually writing quite a bit of book club stuff that will be relevant for our book club planning as well.

I've been reading your blog, too, and thought I'd commented on it yesterday, but apparently I pushed the wrong button and it didn't go through. Oh, well. I'll figure this all out someday.

Donna wants an audience, too, so check hers out as well.

Mrs. Pretz said...

I have been reading,but not commenting. I will start adding voice to my reading. There is a lot of good stuff to read!
Julie