The Good Book Project

Assigntment 3:

I didn't really try to put my blog out there yet because I feel like I'm not ready.  I want to first get better at writing posts and when I feel like it's more presentable and share-able, I will share it with others.  One way of doing this would be sending it to people I think would be interested in its contents.  I've tried the massive spamming before, and those never work for me.  I want to do some strategic reaching out.  I'm also kind of timid and don't feel comfortable blasting my blog on twitter and facebook for the whole world to see.  I'd rather have the spread be a natural process.  Some people have already stumbled upon my blog and liked or followed me.  I'll also be reading a lot more of other blogs and commenting as Jennifer suggested.


Update: Writing fresh posts every day.  Please feel free to offer feedback on any post:



Please check out my latest post: http://goodbookproject.wordpress.com/2013/03/07/the-fountainhead-by-ayn-rand/

I'd love feedback on the content, style, and overall look. 

Thank you!


3 engaging blog posts:

Rather than specific posts, I will share blogs that I follow regularly and why I like them:

1) Angry Asian Man: http://blog.angryasianman.com/

Short, informative posts with news pertianing to Asian Americans.  He uses images and brief text to share news, post announcements, and spread information about current events that pertain to Asian Americans.  I find it engaging because the posts are short and sweet and cover topics that I can culturally relate to. 

2) What Should We Call We: http://whatshouldwecallme.tumblr.com/

Hilarious use of memes and short titles to illustrate situations that students and working professionals can relate to. 

3) The Everywhereist: http://www.everywhereist.com/

I like this travel blog because it's hilarious, personal, and relatable.  The posts are a bit more lengthy, but the writer seems to have a great/fun personality.  She gets to travel the world and blog for a living.  She recently had a brain tumor and blogged about that.  She has since recovered and continues to blog about her adventures. 


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