Happy birthday, blog!

Birthday candle

December marks one year of blogging for me here at Misprinted Pages, and I’ve had a great time!

This isn’t my first anniversary as a blogger, though. I’ve been doing this going on five years now, and my portfolio has expanded into other avenues of web writing. But this is the first time in a long time that I’ve felt part of a community — not only a group of readers but of bloggers as well, and in a way, WordPress’s design has helped make that possible. But much more of that is you.

I want to extend an opportunity to you now. Please, ask me anything! Or give me some feedback on how I’m doing and what I can do to improve. I want to learn to connect better with those of you who have given so much to this blog through your comments, likes, shares, and tweets, and meet new people in the process. Go ahead and be as honest as you want, but try to be constructive, too. :)

Thanks for a great year. If I get a nice response from this, I’ll address all your questions/feedback in a roundup post. I’m also interested in swapping blog links — an “I list yours, you list mine” kind of deal, so let me know if you’d like to coordinate.

8 thoughts on “Happy birthday, blog!”

  1. Happy Birthday Misprinted Pages! That’s wonderful! Congratulations Stephanie….on everything.

    What I love the most about this blog is that every post is new, fresh, full of things that I probably won’t find anywhere else. I love the originality. Without question, you always make me think Stephanie. And inspire me too.The only thing I have problems with here is the formatting on my iPhone, and sometimes my iPad. I know, I know, that has nothing to do with you or your content or anything really important about Misprinted Pages, but it does stop me from making comments once in a while.

    Here’s to year number 2! Cheers!

    Ask you anything? Okay, how’s the novel coming? Still working on it I hope….



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