1,000 Follower Celebration: Meet and Greet


I love milestones, and this is a big one. This blog has finally achieved 1,000 followers! So, I thought, what could I do for this occasion? Well, some other people have done something similar, one for a 500 follower milestone, and another who just does it to bring bloggers together.

Let’s have a good old meet and greet! It’s very simple, just leave a comment with a link to your blog (the main blog or a single post, it’s up to you) and say something brief about your blog or yourself if you like. If you have a book, tell us about it, too. I’d also like to ask you to do one other thing: share this post as much as you like and anywhere you like. Tell other bloggers you know about this post so they can also find some great blogs to follow.

I look forward to meeting some new bloggers and discovering more blogs!

32 thoughts on “1,000 Follower Celebration: Meet and Greet”

  1. Gratz! Anyone can find my blog by clicking my name. Basically, my blog is about atheism, religion, my baby puppy, science, conspiracy theories and just crap that interests me. So stop on by if that sounds at all interesting.

    1000 is huge! Keep it up, mate.

  2. Congratulations–and thanks.

    Notes from the UK is about the spidery corners of the British culture and the stuff tourist brochures ignore–along with a dose of intercultural mayhem, since I’m an American living in Britain. This post’s about some of the odder calls the emergency fire and police number deals with: http://notesfromtheuk.com/2015/07/31/crime-in-britain-part-3-emergency-calls/.

    Books? The Divorce Diet is dedicated to every woman who ever walked away from a relationship. Or a diet. You can find it at http://www.kensingtonbooks.com/book.aspx/30520.

  3. Congratulations! I’m so happy for you!

    My blog is called Top of JC’s Mind: http://topofjcsmind.wordpress.com. It’s tagline is “eclectic, like me” so you can never be sure what you’ll find there – commentary on current events, personal stories, poetry, musings, spiritual reflection, or re-blogs of things like this post!

  4. Reblogged this on Top of JC's Mind and commented:
    Jay Dee Archer of “I Read Encyclopedias for Fun” is hosting a meet and greet to celebrate reaching the 1,000 followers milestone! Jay Dee is an author, teacher, spouse, and dad, currently living in Japan but planning a return to Canada next year. He blogs about writing, life in Japan, being a dad, geography, astronomy, and much more. Go check out his blog, introduce yourself on his meet and greet thread, and have fun!

  5. 1000 is awesome! Congrats! Is that including followers on FB, Twitter, whatever else the blog might publish to 🙂 Or is that just following the blog on WordPress? Either way that’s huge, I’m just nosy 😀 And nosy little me is over at: https://amiecuscuriae.wordpress.com/ 🙂

    1. Thanks! It’s only WordPress followers. I have nearly 3000 on Twitter, but only 50 on Facebook. I don’t have publicize turned on, so they’re not counted in the followers.

  6. Congratulations! And plus one.

    My name is Kate, and I blog about everything and nothing. I try to blog about Things that are Weird on Wednesday (Weird Wednesdays) and I’ve done some “Fiction Fridays” as well.

    My main blog page is http://dreamsandhypotheticals.com – and it’s named after my first and so far only novel, Dreams and Hypotheticals.

    Congratulations again. That’s a pretty big number!

  7. I’m not sure how many of you guys are gonna see my comment, but I write about musical theatre at Caress . Possess . Music (https://chowkimwan.wordpress.com/). I am living in Singapore right now, though I want to be a Broadway performer.

    Congrats to Jay Dee! You totally deserve it! I find myself returning to your blog regularly. You share good stuff!

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