"Hi sweet girl, how are you?
I know I have been absent for awhile, as life has a way of getting in the way of the more enjoyable outlets in life, which is certainly the case for me these days.
I have missed chatting with you and wanted…"
"Hello fellow writers, I have only heard back from a few of you, but those of you I have heard from have provided me with much needed encouragement to press on. Therefore, I have decided to continue publishing Picture Phiction posts but only on…"
"Rheanna,Hi girly...just writing to let you know that I do want the pictures to continue. You have excellent taste, and they are wonderful inspiration for writing. I'm sorry I haven't written in response in ages...I've been…"
Rheanna, I looked at your Lovings Acts site and it is visually appealing with a strong message. My one suggestion is to ask for guest posts. This often helps broaden your audience as those guest writers spread the word to their networks. First hand accounts are often compelling to read and cathartic to the writer. You might want to see if there is a conversation about it going on on Twitter.
You should also try to write some guest posts on sites that are associated with the care of children; think, for example, of the American Association of Pediatrics. Make sure when you add a site to your blog roll that you let them know and ask them to reciprocate, if possible. Another good tool is to set up a resource page with links. Then contact those resources and let them know about your site and that you have linked to them. I hope this helps.
I wish you the best of luck on bringing this important issue to light.
"Julie, I can completely relate. I am selective in revealing my novel that has been work in progress. I only tell certain individuals that are aware of some events that occurred in my path and I tell them that my novel is my personal project.…"
I'm not surprised that your readers were unaware of this. Everyone thinks of California as one of the most liberal, tolerant places but just as African Americans migrated from the south for better opportunities, many of their white…"