I am notorious for being days, if not weeks, behind in making comments on all the blogs I follow. With my other biz picking up like it has and summer here with all the activities that brings, that means my time crunch is only going to get worse. (From now until Christmas things will stay chaotic.) That also means I’ll only fall farther behind on my blog reading.
I’ve been commenting here and there when I can, but it’s not like it used to be. And I’ve felt bad about that, so I wanted to make a formal apology to the other great blogs I follow, such as:
- A Haunting We Will Go (Actually, Patty’s been pretty quiet lately. Lucky for me!)
- Above the Norm
- Frog on a Pumpkin
- Ghost Eyes
- Ghost Hunting Theories (been so long since I been there didn’t know Sharon had a groovy new color scheme. Nice!)
- Ghost Lounge
- Ghost Stories
- Ghost Stories and Haunted Places (Jessica’s I’ve been good about the last two days but I hate missing out on her blog because she always shares great stories about great haunted places!)
- GhostTheory (Javier always shares interesting articles. His blog alone I could spend half my day on!)
- Haunted Britain (He doesn’t post that often, but when he does it’s interesting. All about the places he’s researching for his next book about haunted places in England, Scotland and Wales.)
- Heart Centered Psychic
- Learn Psychic Powers
- Paranormal People
- The Ghost Hunting Parablog
- The Play of Light and Shadows
- Weekly Spectre
- The Zombie Review
Yes, there are more in my blogroll, but the above are the ones stashed in my email’s RSS feed. (And that’s just for this blog. It’s easily double, if not triple, for all the blog endeavors I’m involved in.)
At any rate, when it comes to Haunt Jaunts I’ve developed a special affinity for many of the people responsible for the above blogs. I appreciate when they take the time to comment on my posts. That’s why I feel especially bad when I fall behind on reading theirs.
I’ll keep sharing their links like I do and I’ll try to comment as I can, but if it continues to be sporadic I at least feel better that I’ve not let everyone know why.