Unless Penguin want a Pleasures of Christmas?
@whatcatydidnext Harry will definitely get finished, can't wait to get writing on my own again, but we've now to to think about Autumn.
Sorry, last post was meant for you to xxxxxxx
True, I must confess to being totally bemused by some things
I've come across about my own
stories. But, as you may have
noticed, not much actually shuts
Meanwhile, back at the coalface
ladies, I am waiting with positivly
bated breath for the next
installments of Harry (I known that will have to wait till 'Pleasures of Summer' is on the book stands, I'm just reminding you that's all, nag, nag)
And of course Broken has me just sitting here, forlornly waiting for 27 to appear, sigh...
@whatcatydidnext LOL Follows and unfollows are two things we really have no control over. We never know what our readers are really thinking, or what they really like to read or not read. We just have to write and write and write some more.
You didn't let anyone down - people are just fickle :)
Yep, I am just a shallow fliperty jibet, my auntie Nelly said as much years ago.
Thank you for your concern ladies, onwards and upwards...
Don't worry about it. A lot of follows are new members who just follow blindly in the expectation that you'll follow them back. If you don't, they unfollow you. It's not personal, it's about numbers.
Well, last night I got a notifcation of a new follow. I said hello and thank you, and went on my page to moan more about the dreadful weather. I got a bit distracted by the 200 follows bit. I always thought it didn't matter much to me, that reads were what really mattered. I seem to be even shallower than I thought, I was rather pleased with myself, a wee bit smug even.
I went to post this afternoon and the follows are now 2 down on last night. Now I feel I must have let 2 readers down in some way.
Just read your status. How do you know someone unfollowed you?