Writer E appears to be more relational still. She offers many creative give-aways and writes in a very personal, intimate style, speaking of those who frequent her blog as a community, encouraging her readers to add her blog button to their blogs as they unite in the satisfying fellowship of . . . er . . . well . . . of promoting her, really . . . She is not available for contact though; replies are not forthcoming. I know this because, impressed by her success, I asked if we might seek a commendation from her for a book of mine. My indefatigable publishers did what they could, but Writer E was too busy writing about how precious and valuable we all are to even take the time to turn us down. Hey, who can blame her? A woman has only so many hours in one day - and self-promotion is very, very greedy of time.
"You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him."