Summer Blog Notes

by | Jun 22, 2011

Well, it’s happened again. Summer’s rolled around, and with it the need to get outside, stretch the legs, see new places. Getting some needed recreation means long weekends and lots of sun.

So I’m going to lighten the editorial calendar here on TheBookDesigner for a couple of months, but I’ll also be working on some amazing stuff I think you’re going to like.

I’ll be filing three articles a week—every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday—and the Sunday link post. The rest of the time I’ll be down on the trails near my house or deep into video production.

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I’ll see you on Sunday.

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2 Comments

  1. betty ming liu

    oh my goodness, 2k+ subs? congrats! i’m so impressed. but as one of your loyal readers, i know how hard you worked to engage us. you deserve that vacay. have a great rest!

    Reply
    • Joel Friedlander

      Thanks so much, Betty. Not sure how much resting I’ll be doing but it will give me time for the projects that are backlogged, that’s for sure.

      And your blog just keeps getting better. Loved your last piece on painting, it was great.

      Reply

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