So another year of twice weekly blogging (give or take) has flown by and I have just plucked another grey curly hair from my head.
The life-changing decision that I made 730 days ago to lay my Greek soul bare to the world has resulted in 179 posts (29 posts less than twice weekly blogging would work out to but whose counting?), a few hits (unfortunately not quite in the millions yet but getting there!), and lots of new friends and blogging companions (you know who you are!).
I really appreciate all the kind and encouraging comments that many of you flatter me with so please do keep them coming – my heard isn’t nearly big enough.
Since the start of my early blogging days I have branched out into the freelance writing world with articles for fashion and lifestyle magazines, cultural news websites, and travel publications. My goal to pen and publish three books before I hit 30 (or before my Greek relatives attempt to poison me with a freshly baked slice of baklava) is currently on track with book number two threatening to be released in the autumn.
I thank you all for your continued support with my endeavours and particularly to those who have recommended my work to others.
To celebrate I am holding a TWO DAY FREE KINDLE BOOK PROMO starting Saturday and ending on Sunday! You can get your free copy here. Don’t forget to leave a review on Amazon UK and/or US if you have time – reviews really help us small-time authors and I know it can be a pain but all you need to do is give me 5 stars and write something along the lines of ‘THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING’ and you’re done 😉
So enough of the cheesy witterings and let me just say a big EFHARISTO to all of you who have followed my blog and commented on my ramblings – I hope I will continue to entertain you long into the bitter years. Here’s to my second completed year as a blogger! Opa!
P.S. If anyone has any blogging ideas you would like me to write about please send me a message – my Greek Girl Abroad series is set to expand soon with more travel videos and there are more Ask the Greek Oracle Agony Aunt questions and answers to come – don’t forget to email email@example.com if you have any burning Greek questions!