Is It Worth Continuing This Blog?

I know I don’t post often enough, but that’s because it never feels like anyone ever reads it. Sob! Poor me, right? Well someone alerted me to this fabulous cartoon about just that. If I got a bazillion comments on it, and the creator – at Lee’s Doodles – got none, it would be a kind of freaky Twilight Zone episode.


Doodle by Lee. Other doodles you can use on your blog can be found at Doodles.

Recent Comments

  • Katie Davis
    February 3, 2008 - 8:37 am · Reply

    I LOVE that someone saw this, and that someone was YOU, Sarah. I went to your site and your blog and remembered how much I loved your rabbit book from KW. The positions of the ears are so perfect.

  • me
    February 4, 2008 - 9:21 pm · Reply

    Hi Katie!
    I actually just found your website, so I would have read your blog if I knew it existed! The cartoon IS pretty amusing. I thought the little movie you had on your site was quite amusing as well. 🙂

  • Elizabeth Stegmayer
    February 23, 2008 - 1:02 pm · Reply

    Don’t stop blogging, Katie!

    Our family loves your work. We have met you several times at Storyfest. Beth Civitello-Vetare is one of my dear friends. She and I are working on organizing an illustrator’s exhibit at a Woodstock museum. Maybe…?

    Maybe you can read my blog, noone ever reads it either…
    Best Wishes

  • Angela
    February 24, 2008 - 9:11 pm · Reply

    Keep blogging! You never know who will see it, or what doors will open because of it. I started a blog with a fellow writer a little over a month ago, and we put a site counter in about three weeks ago. We started with one lonely post, and zero comments, and now that counter is over 500 page views. You just gotta believe!

  • Katie Davis
    February 24, 2008 - 11:25 pm · Reply

    I definitely will now that I know at least one or two people are reading it. And now I’ll also try to make it more interesting!

    Thanks for the support!


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