Today, one year ago, I published my very first post on the Right Kind of Writer. So today, I celebrate one full year of blogging! I’ve definitely learned a lot and gained more skill in certain areas, and the RKW has experienced so many changes.
I used to have a tagline intro thing. It was so bad, hehe.
The color scheme.
Where I got my pictures, and how I edited them.
The blog’s vision.
Those are just a few. I really hope most choices I made on and for my blog were for the better. Thank you, all my dear readers, for your patience with my indecisiveness, and for sticking with the RKW. Your support is very appreciated, and I hope this blog has blessed you one way or another!
Now, I don’t exactly remember when my blog was launched (I think it’s sometime in November) but this is the day my first post was published. Doesn’t make sense? Blame WordPress.
Time for some beautiful. . .
- Followers: 86 [28 through email; 58 through WordPress]
- Total posts (including this one): 46
- Total visitors: 1,300+
- Where: Views from 1+ countries in all 6 ecumene continents 🌎
I’m thankful to God that this blog came to be and still is! I hope the Right Kind of Writer will be able to bless more and more people. There were a whole lot of people who’ve helped me with this blog, and I’m very grateful to you. I won’t say names, but if you helped edit posts, critiqued graphic designs, offered blogging advice, calmed me down when I would go insane because TECHNOLOGY DESPISES ME and/or provided some other sort of needed assistance, you know who you are. 😉
To celebrate, I’m commencing a Question & Answer session (I was going to do that for when I reached 100 subscribers but maybe I’ll do something else for that—if you have any ideas, please tell me). 🥳 Each of you can ask up to three questions (whether in the comments, through the contact page, or any other way) and I’ll answer them in a post soon-to-come (probably next Monday)!
[I reserve the right to ignore any question for whatever reason.]
Welp, that’s all for today! Thank you for reading! May God bless your day today. 🙂
With God’s help,
Daniel L. Amador