Congratulations to my faithful readers for surviving the first month of this mind-expanding blog, and to my fresh readers for arriving at such an auspicious time!
As some of you are aware, this blog, along with its sibling(s), is a part of my plans for a Creative Writing Master's Thesis, which will ultimately qualify me to corrupt the youth of America.
Which means that it's time now to pause for reflection and feedback. I need to know as much as possible about how you read this blog, so I can make it better. So, feel free to respond as you will, or to use the following questions to guide you:
-What do you hope to get when you come to read this blog? How often are you disappointed? How often are you pleasantly surprised?
-What are you favorite and least favorite posts so far and why?
-Are you now, or have you ever been, invited to a communist party? Was it fun?
-Does this blog have any overall coherence/unity/ethos? If so, how would you describe it?
-Have you told anyone else about this blog? If so, what specifically inspired you to do so and what kind of person are you recommending this blog to?
-Do you think it's a coincidence that I started this blog exactly four months before my wedding without realizing I was doing so? Do you have any warnings for my future wife based on this coincidence or on general blog content?
Thank you in advance for any and all feedback.
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