It’s 100 Today!

I’ve been talking a lot about impact this week, more than I intended.

Today is the 100th post here at Fiction and Copy Decoded. November 2013 seems like forever ago, when put alongside the number 100.

And I’m grateful for every one of you who’s been along for the ride, so far.

All blogs need to contribute something to the world to be useful—knowledge, perspective, guidance, advice, or what-have-ya.

Which is why I talk about copywriting, fiction writing, motivation, inspiration, ups, downs, submitting, marketing, and more. And try to tie in pop culture, music, and TV when I can.

I want to be sure that your life is impacted for the better, every time you stop by. Even if that’s only that you smile, laugh, or what-have-ya, after checking out what I have to say.

And I want to maintain that impact, whether I have 82 followers, 8,000 followers, or 35,000 followers. Numbers don’t matter.

People do.

Yet, all blogs need readers–otherwise they become more of a diary or online journal. Although journaling isn’t bad at all.

Has this blog impacted your writing or personal life for the better? I hope so, even if today is your first day here.

Today is also the last day of April. It’s MAY 2014 tomorrow. Another month into the stream of history already. I hope your April was awesome.

I’m looking forward to a great May 2014. And in two days, we’ll be starting the new segment to help improve your writing.

That’s where we’ll be going from here. And I’ll finally be catching up on all those times I said “that’s a subject for another post.”

Be sure to stop by, okay?

Until next time (or next month),



About Ty Mall

Thanks for stopping by. I've almost always been interested in writing, among other things. Along with discovering pop culture, I've uncovered a lot about the craft over the past 10 years. And whether you're a fiction writer or email copywriter, I'm here to pass on what I've found out. And have a ton of fun in the process.
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