Light of the Last Day
What might the light of the last day bring? The last day of your life? The last day of the world? Or the last day of a baseball season?
Thirteen fantasy authors examine endings - and sometimes beginnings - in stories and poems ranging from lyrical to macabre, from bizarre worlds to here and now, from hope to despair.
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Author Archives: Jeffrey Kishner
When you’re growing your astrology blog, you’re suffering from the “tree falls” syndrome. If nobody is there to read your posts, does your blog exist? Fortunately, there are tools available to help bring awareness to your blog. AstroDispatch The generous-of-spirit … Continue reading
(Astroblogging)–You know a blog is “alive” when it hosts a conversation. You’re not just posting articles about the cardinal square or the astrological topic of the day. Readers are actually commenting. This level of participation in turn helps motivate you … Continue reading
As a professional astrologer who – by virtue of having a blog – is perceived as available, you’re likely to receive requests for free advice. After all, you’re an expert. You might get hit up in your comments section, via … Continue reading
If you link to lots of other astrology blogs, that long list in your sidebar could make your pages much longer than you want them to be. In addition, I’ve heard tell that a link loses its power when it … Continue reading
Although the addition of images to your blog posts significantly increases a reader’s sense of engagement, it requires more work on behalf of the blogger. This is especially the case when it comes to chart wheels. Let’s say you want … Continue reading