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Category Archive: Blogs

Meet Me in Nova Scotia

After visiting Prince Edward Island in August, I attended an academic conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia. On the drive there, I stopped in Truro to meet somebody special: Naomi my blogging friend from… Continue reading

Interview with EMILY J. PETERSEN

Interview With EMILY J. PETERSEN Just in case you wanted to know more about me, check out the interview I did with blogger Kenyona R. Copeland.

More Girls’ Studies

Many of you may remember that last year, I took a girls’ studies class, and regularly posted assignments to my blog.  You can see those past posts here. This semester, I’m teaching the… Continue reading

Kissing Santa Claus

When I was about 9 or 10, I kissed Santa Claus.  Being the shy person that I am, I did not spontaneously act, but instead, my parents saw an opportunity for capturing a… Continue reading

Why I’m Not a Mom Blogger

In July, I explained why I’m not a craft blogger. Today I’ll explain why I’m not a mom blogger. Yet technically I am one, because according to Mashable, a mom blogger is any… Continue reading

My Blog is a Plagiarist’s Dream

I’ve had to punish plagiarists. It isn’t a fun job, but when I taught freshman English courses at a university during my Master’s program, I had to deal with it. As you all… Continue reading

I’m Convinced: Blogs I’ll Follow

On Monday, I asked you to convince me to follow your blog. I promised to pick ten, but instead I came up with fifteen! I couldn’t narrow it down, and I also followed… Continue reading

Convince Me to Follow Your Blog

I’ve reached 20,000 followers, and although that makes my blog seem “big,” the truth is that my stats and actual page views are much lower. I get an average of 300 to 400… Continue reading

Let’s Celebrate the New Year with Statistics

What better way to celebrate the new year than to post a link to a summary of my blog statistics!  Sounds boring, right?  But I find these year-end summaries quite fascinating, and I… Continue reading

My Blogging Process

We hear a lot about the writing process, how it’s different for everybody and how it is a process, rather than a magical one-off or a product.  I teach a lot of this… Continue reading