I’ve not been getting much in the way of junk comments on the blog recently, but I still occasionally remember to check and make sure the system hasn’t thrown anything away by mistake. Sadly, all these encouraging remarks were correctly identified as spam:

  • I truly like your way of blogging
  • I am extremely impressed with your writing skills
  • keep up the excellent quality writing
  • it’s rare to see a nice blog like this one these days

I also check and see what search terms have led people to the blog.

As well as those who come looking for poems, comments about poetry, and discussion of narrators, readers come here looking for “pictures of gutted pigs“, to learn that a white laburnum may in fact be a black locust tree, or to distinguish beteen male and female kiwi blossoms.

Today, though, in the list of search terms used to find this blog, I found the phrase “woman with sarcastic humour”. I note the British spelling of ‘humour’ and am even more pleased. I hope the reader wasn’t disappointed.

Author: don't confuse the narrator

Exploring the boundary between writer and narrator through first person poetry, prose and opinion

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