Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Let Me Put a Spin on YOUR Subject


I'm always surprised to learn who reads this blog and why they enjoy it. With topics ranging from tampons and baby showers to triathlon and gay bars, it would appear that there is a post for everyone on this site.

I've been asked to provide a way for people to send in topics they'd like to see discussed in upcoming posts.

Whether you're a mom, a bride-to-be, a single woman in college or a curious male, I want to hear from you. The Spinster Chronicles is here to promote the awareness of a healthy lifestyle and to encourage society to recognize that this lifestyle comes in many shapes and sizes.

The Spinster Chronicles is coming up on its first year anniversary and its popularity has grown thanks in part to others who explore the topic of "singles in society" in the blogging community.

In particular I want to thank the writers from The Singlutionary, Singletude, and Onely for helping to promote my blog and generate awareness about "the spinster lifestyle" to the rest of the world.

I look forward to hearing from you and exploring your inquiries in future posts.

Follow me on Twitter at SpinningLeese (twitter.com/spinningleese)
, and feel free to send suggestions to: SpinningLeese@gmail.com.

4 comments:

John said...

Oh, I'm a fan of your blog for sure, missy. I love how you write and to hear how the crazy "must compete" side of your brain works. Plus now I have to hold doors open for a long time thanks to you (so do my two sons).

I'm just here to learn is all...

The Singlutionary said...

I enjoy your enthusiasm, athleticism and strange selection of topics! Mainly, I just like reading about your life which I find fun and inspiring!

Thank you for the shout out too!

Clever Elsie said...

Love your blog and so glad it's here to stay! Your posts are the perfect mix of insight and humor!

onely said...

Thanks for the shout-out to Onely! We are so pleased to see you reclaiming the S word. I think Spinster actually used to have a positive connotation, as in a woman who made her own living as a seamstress?? Not sure. In any case, let's take it back!

Christina