Step Right Up and Take the Survey!

As we start off this wonderful new year (I'm optimistic, aren't I?) I would like to find out more about what you like and dislike about this blog.  I'm curious to know why you read it and what you get out of it, as well as a bit about how your read it.

So, I've designed a survey.  Just click here to take it–it's not long, I promise.

As thanks, once you've taken the survey, come back here and leave a comment.  Next week, before I leave for Nashville, I'll put all the names in a digital hat and draw one, with the winner receiving a free manuscript critique (up to 20 pages).

I really am interested in what you have to say, so have at it.

0 thoughts on “Step Right Up and Take the Survey!”

  1. I’m so sorry to hear about your loss. Igor couldn’t have asked for a better Mom, and it sounds like you couldn’t have asked for a better Igor.

  2. It is so moving to me how many messages of condolence and love I’ve gotten–it seems everyone can relate to losing a pet. Thank you all. Igor is smiling down–or more likely snoring up a storm–from wherever he is.

  3. I was so sorry to read about Igor. We lost our dog a few years ago to old age. I still miss her. The world doesn’t feel quite right without her sometimes. I love how you’ve shared this, and his afterlife presents, and the story of him. He was a lucky dog to have had such a loving family.

  4. It’s so sad to hear about loosing you lovely dog, Charlotte! I know what that means for you, because I lost a dog too after 16 years full fun and love for each other. The whole family was crying.

  5. Yay, thank you!

    No, I made the survey anonymous–mostly because it was my first time using SurveyMonkey and I didn’t know how else to do it–which is why I asked people to come here and comment after they were done.

    Thanks so much!

  6. Well my goodness, Charlotte. I just stumbled onto this post and I regret that I was not engaged with WordStrumpet then for some reason and did not send my condolences. What a wonderful tribute you have written. You are so right — a writer needs a dog. Or a cat, or something living and breathing to bounce ideas off of.

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