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         I will admit that I am having a bit of writer's block today, so quickly I'm going to give you all an update on what's been going on in my life and the future of this blog. Also if you are not subscribed to my blog you can do so by signing up for the email newsletter on the side of your screen, or there should be a popup as you exit that will ask you.
  1. My posting times:
              I will still be posting every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, however I will not be having a specific time that I have to get posts uploaded anymore. With school, work, and sometimes just moments like this when I can't seem to think of a good idea for a blog post at all it's really hard to say I'll update on certain times. I have already not been able to get some blog posts up on time which is why I have decided to change this.

2. The blog has reached over 6000 views!!
           That might seem like a small accomplishment, but I started this blog back in July, so I'm just happy that anyone is reading it. My goal is to reach 10000 by the end of October!

3. Editing
             I absolutely despised the idea of editing, but I have found someone to help me edit my novel, so hopefully it will be ready to be published by early next year. Fingers crossed that all goes well.

4. Book Reviews to Come:
           I have had a few people reach out to me to do some reviews, so hopefully I can get those read and the reviews up throughout October, so look out for those.

That's all I can think of for right now!

Love,
Baleigh

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