perils with writing and whatnot
When I visit blogs and find myself being inspired by the posts, I usually have questions or comments for the author that are a little more involved for what I feel comfortable writing in the comment section. I, then, go searching for that person’s email address. Usually there is none to be found. This has been true of me as an author of a blog too. That is until it finally dawned on me that WordPress.Com had put in a contact script that wasn’t available until this year (2014).
If you would like to contact me privately, please feel free to use the form below.
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