Update on the Richard Armitage Blogging Event

rahobbitbillboardCounting the survey responses, tweets, DMs, and email, I’ve gotten about 30+ replies from people who are interested in one or more of these roles: blogger, guest blogger, organizer. Thank you for that!

If you don’t know what I’m talking about, the title has some clue, but there is more information here and a few basic Q&As here.

For those who haven’t replied but are interested (yes, you can back out later, but I hope you don’t), the survey will be up until the end of this month. The survey is here. Takes a minute or less to complete.

I’ve also received communications from those who only want to participate as readers and observers. They have been very nice notes of encouragement. Thank you for those as well, and I suspect there may be a guest blogger or two among you. :D

For those of you who have volunteered to be an organizer, I will send you a note the first part of next week to ask about your thinking on a theme and to talk about a possible structure of the event. I will also be candid about what I am able to do and not able to do. In the meantime, please feel free to send me an email if you have further thoughts.

note: this candid shot makes me laugh. It says: hey, remember me? That’s probably how I’m going to feel about this blogging event ’cause I’m going to bring it up a few more times in future. I don’t do it to be a pest but because I know all of us have about a bazillion pieces of information coming at us, and it’s easy for something to get lost in the deluge. Or maybe it’s just me who has this problem. ;-)

2 Comments

  1. I somehow missed all this, but I would certainly host a guest blogger and/or participate myself, although I am drawing a bit of a blank at the moment as to what I might write about. With advanced notice, I would hope that inspiration will strike!

  2. jholland, that would be great on hosting. I’m not sure what the theme will be as it will be a group decision by the organizers, but my two cents is this: that we celebrate our diversity as fans, so really I see it as a celebration of the thoughts and feelings of the fandom as much as a celebration of Richard Armitage. I hope the group organizing it will feel the same. They may not, but it does seem that something to show the individuality of the fans would be something helpful and liberating.


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