A Few Guests, Some Favorites, And Other Good Stuff


Hey! As the holidays descend upon us and plans are made to close out the year and welcome in 2010, I wanted to take a moment and tell you the loyal reader a couple of things.
This has been a good year for Simple Marriage, readership continues to grow, response continues to be positive, and our community of couples looking to experience more in marriage keeps expanding. This is all thanks to you the loyal reader – you rock! I’m humbled that you keep coming here and reading what I write. Thanks.
In April of this year, I released my book A Simple Marriage. As part of the launch, I was able to write for several other blogs to help spread the word. Due to this exposure, I was approached by a literary agent about my interest in writing something for publication.
It’s a dream of mine to be a published author, and I’ve had several book ideas rattling around in my head for a while now. In order to take a big step towards following this dream, I’m going to set aside some time to finally finish my book proposal. So for the month of December I’m going to only work on getting this thing done.
I’ve given my wife permission to nag, poke, prod, and in general kick my butt to get this done – I’m giving you the same permission. I’ll welcome any Tweets, emails, and comments intended to help me stay on task.
So what’s going to happen to Simple Marriage during this time? No worries. I’m happy to welcome back Mary Ann Crossno who will be writing something new each week. For our new readers, Mary Ann wrote for SM several times last year and early in 2009 (you can find her posts here). I’m glad to have her back.
I’m also working to line up some other guest posts and will throw in a few of my favorite posts that have appeared on SM throughout the years. In other words, there will be plenty of good stuff!
I’ll be jumping in the comments from time to time as well as hanging out in the Simple Marriage Community.
Blessings to you and yours throughout the Holidays. ~Corey

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