What is your blog address? What subjects do you deal with?
I deal with all aspects of Tudor books, including reviews, author interviews, and giveaways!
What was it that made you create your blog? On what date did you start it?
I started back in January 2009, and began it as a way to share my knowledge of Tudor history.
What blogging system have you adopted and why?
I just post what I think is interesting.
How many visits a day do you get? What type of comments do you receive?
I get several hundred visitors a day. Most of the comments are other Tudor book fans sharing their opinions on books/reviews/etc. I post about.
How has 'having a blog' contributed to your life?
It has given me a great venue to express my creative side.
Have you created relationships with other bloggers or readers of your blog?
Yes! I have made some very good friends through my blog.
How often do you post? Does regular posting of your blog require a lot of effort on your part?
I post a few times a week. Some weeks, when life gets busy, it becomes more of an effort. But for the most part, it is just really fun!
Does blogging bring in income for you? Can one make a living from posting?
I don't make a living from it, but I do get some revenue through my jewelry sales on my site.
How do you promote your blog?
Facebook, link exchange, Twitter, Google, etc.
How would you define your readers? Have you got a faithful audience?
I think I do have a faithful and loving audience. They are certainly supportive and wonderful!p
Have you ever received gifts for blogging about your opinion of products or services? What do you think of bloggers who do that?
The only "gifts" I have ever received would be free copies of books authors have asked me to review.
How do you see your blog evolving in the future?
I see it hopefully growing and developing into an online source for Tudor literature!
What advice would you give to someone who wishes to begin a blog?
Have fun with it! Don't let it turn into a burden or a job. It is completely what you want it to be, so don't forget that!