Usually, I would have a book review ready for you now; well, I would usually have one ready for you tomorrow – times they are a’changing.

Charlie, once pointed out in a very interesting post, that she found few people visited her site at the weekend in comparison to weekdays. I hadn’t given it much thought to it at the time, sticking to my standard schedule until recently when I noticed my visitor stats reflected similar data. Friday’s have been my review day for a while now, and I do not want an interesting post on a book, or perhaps even a boring one, to go unnoticed, so I have decided to push forward my Friday posts to Thursday.

However, this Thursday, and perhaps a few more thursday while I am interning, I am not sure how many book posts there will be. Hopefully I will have some interesting guests posts on the go (if you would like the opportunity drop me an email, I have the odd slot available) so things will still be a happening around here.

In the absence of a good book, have this; Mark Grist – A Girl Who Reads.

Do you follow a blogging schedule? Have any tips?

5
Leave a Reply

avatar
2 Comment threads
3 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
3 Comment authors
Rachel ShorerAliceCharlie Recent comment authors

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Charlie
Guest

It’s hard not to want to save a post you love for a ‘better’ day, isn’t it? It’s true about traffic, but really it’s simple as just being proud of what you’ve written and getting feedback. Even if you can’t post on Thursdays yet, getting into the new mindset now is a good idea. For tips, just go with your gut as you’re doing here. If it doesn’t work you can always change it. Oh, and write posts in advance, very useful for the days when you’ve got writer’s block but don’t want to miss the scheduled days. Love that… Read more »

Charlie
Guest

Grr, proofread fail. ‘it’s AS simple as just being proud of what you’ve written and getting/wanting feedback’.

Rachel Shorer
Guest

LOVE Mark Grist – saw him in Edinburgh this year, very funny :)