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To my surprise several had decided to shift their blogs to an 'invite only' readership, thus locking me out. Fair play - they were the first to be deleted. I then turned my attention to those blogs that hadn't posted for a year, and from there it was a simple process of working backwards. Some had even been removed by their creators, which made my job easier.
So now I have a more streamlined selection of blogs I follow, but what I have noticed is that my original concept of writing about everything I knew and loved about the traditional pencil & paper role playing game worlds had somehow turned on it axis and morphed into a blog more focused on my writing, visiting other writers' blogs and exploring non-related rpg topics.
This was made more apparent by the absence on my blog being included in the blog lists of the majority of role playing game blogs I was following - so they went the way of delete. I have remained faithful to those following me. Why bite the hand that feeds you?
So, a big THANK YOU to all those bloggers out there who have placed my blog in their 'blogs to follow' listing :)
Seems I have bloggers/writers, digital artists and the odd scattering of gamer blogs now left in my blog list. Happy days. No more dead wood :)
My next line of thought is what to do about my blog appearance? It's look was designed for the role playing demographic, but obviously it's gone beyond that now. So what to do? New colour scheme? Total revamp of the blog look? I'm really not sure?
This is where I turn to my blogofs in hope of common sense suggestions and ideas. Feel free to chip in - but I won't do pink. I flat out refuse to have pink!