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The Story Community Is Growing

7 February 2009 652 views 5 Comments

Wow, I can’t get over the fact that the story community is growing day by day, I started off with 20 blogs and right now they have reached 42 blogs.. I am surprised really and I can’t get over that fact.

What surprises me more is the fact that it’s not only Kuwaiti writers but Gulf Writers, some from Bahrain, UAE, Oman, KSA, and so forth and that’s really awesome. I hope this continues to grow and I hope that all the stories we follow come true to at least one or two of us hehe :)

Anyways be sure to enjoy and recommend as many blogs as you would like :)

5 Comments »

  • change said:

    I know it’s just crazy :S i’m seriously not able to catch up,but I think maybe you should start screening them at some point..!!
    what do you think..?

  • Jacqui (author) said:

    change: I guess that would be a good idea but the thing is, if I sit and screen most of them, then it would take longer to add them, right now they are all fine, will try and screen most later on in the process :P

  • Jewaira said:

    Jacqui
    You’ve done a wonderful job with Scarlet Lights.
    You are such an asset to the Kuwaiti blogger community :)

    I guess you will have to have more screening to avoid becoming like some of the lists on Kuwait Blogs.

  • November said:

    Hello there,

    Do you approve know why it is when I add my blog, it doesn’t direct me to anything .. is it because you have to approve it?

    thnxx

    Nov

  • November said:

    Hello there,

    Do you know why when I add my blog it doesn’t direct me to anything !! .. is it becus you have to approve it?

    thnxx in advance

    Nov

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