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Well, February was fun! And busy! I changed my blog’s theme and have started using the Gutenberg editor for about 98% of my posts. There have been issues, unfortunately “known” issues that are just part of a list that will get seen to at some point. But there is an awful lot to like about the blocks once I got used to using them–that’s true of life, though, right? You never know how something will be until you give it a chance.
I apologize for the goofy arrangement of the images. This one definitely needed to be done in the classic editor and it wouldn’t let me switch back…not to mention that I started this post with another idea of how to set up the books read and spent hours on it. Yep. Then decided to go back to the way I normally do it but with blocks which didn’t work out quite as I would have liked. A definite learning experience!
Upcoming Book Reviews
Rosie’s Travelling Tea Shop by Rachel Raisin
On Thin Ice by Julie Cross
Literary Places by Sarah Baxter
I feel pretty good about my productivity writing-wise this month.
My most viewed and most liked piece was Crazy Love, a flash fiction for Friday Fictioneers. Was that because it occurred the same week as Valentine’s Day? 😉
I thank you all for helping to make this blogging experience an adventure every day!