By DOUGLAS QUENQUA
Published: June 7, 2009
Why do blogs have a higher failure rate than restaurants?
Mark C Newton said...
Neal Asher said...
Thanks for that!
Thanks for the mention! I was just thinking I should take this story down, it's so silly and no one had noticed it...
Several people have posted informative information. This is my most trafficked post.
And my favorite comment/letter:
Marty Halpern said....
I worked as an acquisitions editor for Golden Gryphon Press through December 2007. Over the past year or so, I ran Google Alerts for the authors and books that I edited, which included Robert Reed's short story collection The Cuckoo's Boys. When I was alerted to your review of Reed's story, "The Children's Crusade," I wanted to include it on the goldengryphon.com web site because a) it provided a very detailed review of one of the major stories in the collection; and b) it's a very fine review. So "thank you" too for your review.
Still, I'm into blogging for me, and selfishly so. I don't expect fame or fortune or anything really. I think if you believe that blogging is your quick fix and golden road to stardom, you'll be quickly swallowed in the black hole of internet anonymity.