Celebrating 30,000 Views

Must be a happy moment. I’m nearly at 30k views and after nearly two years off due to life. I’m back and building my following, putting out posts which I hope you enjoy, including those I share.

The SCAM Publishers post written by Victoria Strauss from Writers Beware seems to be one of the best I’ve shared in a while. I thank you all for your comments and I’m glad it helps. Victoria’s article is great, as are so many others I find and I also hope you enjoy the ones I write as well.

My favourite this year is the one about Which English you use and who your Readers are, especially for those who want reviews. After all, you don’t want an American Reader to say you have spelling errors through your work when you’ve written in British English…Do you? I know I don’t

At the moment we are also celebrating five years of Awethors and our Awethology which we published in October 2015. About 54 Authors participated with two books of about 600 pages each. A lot of work and joy and the eBooks are still available FREE on Amazon.

Anyway, I’m wondering how to celebrate when I do hit 30k views…It could happen today or tomorrow. What should I do? Ideas are more than welcome in comments.

Thanks for listening to my rambles.

23 thoughts on “Celebrating 30,000 Views

  1. Stuart Danker says:

    That’s a pretty amazing milestone, so congrats and wishing you many more thousands to come! I found your ‘What English’ post to be helpful too. I use UK English for a predominantly US audience (I live in Malaysia), but I guess we can agree that the blogosphere is pretty lax when it comes to best practices in spelling.

    • claire plaisted says:

      I think you’re right about blogs and English. I tend to stay with British Spelling though my words might be from various countries due to being used to using various words. It’s why my own writing gets confused at times. I think there was a table of different words meaning the same things on the What English post…to show what I mean. At this rate, I may end up writing comedy. Thank you for your comment, glad the post was useful.

  2. Kazzmoss says:

    Some years ago I had someone proof read something for me, and se came back saying it was full of errors. Turned out she was American and had no idea we different spellings. Now I always add to my books that it’s is written in British English.

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