Dear Gentle Reader,
Talking about yourself can sometimes be as toxic as the Marbug virus pictured above, (The Marburg virus yields Marburg Haemorrhagic Fever, which is very similar to another CDC Category Four Biosafety Agent, Marburg's close relative, Ebola...) but your scribe will risk it.
While quite pleased with the surprising success of the two almost-viral posts mentioned on Tuesday, your scribe always thought that one of these two posts from Taiwan would have become more popular:
These two stories are chapters in a travel book I am writting on living in Taiwan.
What would it take for these posts to be "viral worthy" of being spread by word of fingers? I am curious, Gentle Reader, as to what you think and what you think should be changed... (and there is no need to be gentle in critique).
Your Heroine and scribe are in Cambodia, and incommunicado. But, when your scribe returns, he will be keenly interested to see if anyone has offered feedback, and what that feedback is...
I have the impression that everyone else writing a blog is a signed, published,or a soon-to-signed author with a much more extensive set of contacts and knowledge of the system.
So, if I am breaching etiquette here, I apologize.
I would still appreciate feedback.
Your scribe can dream, right? As long as he is willing to back up his dreams with hard work, and if he is somehow able to make the invisible visible...
Tschuess from Cambodia,
Chris and Regina (Pommes, with Macavity's Hidden Paw and some mayo, is striking terror into the fish quivering in their tanks in Hong Kong...)