Some Feedback Please
Blogging is a strange world. Especially now when I’ve posted some 400 entries, been read in 80 plus countries, and am overwhelmed by over 100 followers) Over this weekend, I’ve met a few people who said they’ve read my blog – and liked it. (Hmmm … that could be a song) They could even remember some of the things they liked reading! Which for me is really encouraging.
But I don’t mind constructive criticism, or even desconstructive criticism – there is usually a seed of truth there that I can learn from. I also don’t mind the – wow, I never thought about it that way…
So – please leave me some comments about what you like or don’t like about my blog – where you think I can improve, even what you hate about it….
What I really want is some ideas of how I can improve my writing for you – so the best way… ask.
(If you want to write privately – you can send it to my email address – firstname.lastname@example.org
At any rate – thanks!
Posted on July 1, 2013, in Devotions. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
A proofreader and spellchecker would be a good thing to consider.
Sometimes I wonder if you want to be a Roman Catholic because you post so much from Roman Catholic writers.
I do like your devotional, kind style. Many blogs are biting. Also like the daily blogging. I know that is hard to do.
Thanks, I need to pay more attention certainly. Maybe I’ll write in word, and it will help? It certainly is a necessity as I start working on my dmin.
Believe it or not, you are the first to ask the catholic question. There are a still a few major things that I find the RCC inconsistent with scripture on, that would prevent such a move. (Purgatory and the complete satisfaction for all sin of Christ’s death are the two obig ones) Having said that – the one writer I quote a lot (Escriva) doesn’t always play well with Catholics…but it does resound with me. And I am really enjoying Weigel’s book Evangelical Catholic – he’s describing in many ways – a 100+ year reformation that Luther would have easily accepted. I’ve thought about using Lutheran authors, especially Melancthon, and that may happen as I role his Ministry, Word and Sacrament into my devotions this fall.
As well, I imagine – as I get into the doctoral program – and wrap some of that into my devotional life, my blog will transform a little, with quotes from what my prof’s and fellow students write – that strikes me, and which I want to integrate or use to sharpen my faith.
Thanks for the response!