Questions Answered

I’ve received a few questions via comments and emails, so I thought I would take a moment to answer them.

Linda, the ** beside some of the blogs in my “Recommended” list means that those blogs have been updated recently. Some of the blogs may have been updated but not have **, and that is because the authors of those blogs don’t ping Blogrolling. (Blogrolling is the service I use to track updated blogs, and to ping it means to tell it that you have updated your blog.)

Cayce, gMail is an online mail service offered by the people who gave us Google. It is a much nicer service then Hotmail, and it offers you a lot more room. (1 gig, for those to whom that number makes sense.) It is currently invitation only to get an account, since the service is still in its beta testing phase. I still have four invites left, if anyone is interested.

Autumn, I tried to do NaNoWriMo last year, but I got so discouraged. I was far too much of a perfectionist. I am planning on giving it another try this year, with lowered expectations. 😉

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3 Responses to Questions Answered

  1. Autumn says:

    Excellent! The Montreal NaNos have a war cry: “No Retreat! No Revision! No Regret!” It captures the need to conquer the perfectionist in the writer’s soul quite well.

    THere’s another saying that we often repeat to ourselves throughout November, coined by one of our locals: “Quantity, not quality! Accidental quality is acceptable.” Use as required. Repeat as necessary. 🙂

  2. Merry Meet,

    I just found your site and reading it was like being inside my own head! You have a great blog and I am so happy to finally find some on Wicca.

    I just launched mine today (after much prodding by my Husband). I look forward to ready your blog often!

    Saphire’s Mist
    [email protected]

  3. Cayce says:

    Thanks for an answer 🙂 it was very helpful. I’d ask for an ivite but I already have three other emails (personal, work and university, it’s too much to check) and not sure what else I’d use one for. Thanks again and love your blog 😀