That didn’t really go as planned…

August 9, 2009 at 11:03 am Leave a comment

…and by ‘that’, I mean our projected posting schedule. Basically Corey and I did a bonus week of new posts! Yay!

Somewhere in the middle of last week, we realized it would make much more sense to post Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, with the occasional Saucy Saturday and Teaser Tuesday whenever we felt like it. No matter what we do, our hits drop astronomically on weekends (presumably people have better things to do?) so it makes sense to concentrate our posting during the week when you all are sneaking internet time at work.

That, in essence, is the new plan: new posts Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, with sporadic new posts inbetween. We’ll still be doing Fairy Tale Friday until either I get sick of them or you guys tell us you hate them, and if we get Transgressions, we can start doing that too.

As always, feel free to let us know what you think, request reviews, or send in your own Literary Transgressions! We can be reached through the comments section, or at literarytransgressions@gmail.com.

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