Ten Years: Let’s Go Forward With A Quick Look Back

Last year marked the return of my website Pages Unforgotten. I started blogging on it in 2011 and it’d been on hiatus for six years. This technically means 2021 is the ten-year anniversary :).

There are so many memories and emotions associated with this site. I’ve had others during the break, but none have made me feel as at home as Pages Unforgotten. It’s one of the reasons I still make archived posts available here. It’s a journey of sorts, where even I get to see the life, writing, and mindset changes I’ve had over the years.

I’m thankful for all of you who choose to read my posts, stories, and other content found on the site. Whether you’ve been there from the “new beginning” back in March 2020, or only followed last week, I appreciate you and your patronage 🙂.

The next new post will be later in January, so I’ve decided to share a few of the most read posts from last year. Dig in and catch up ^_^:

What’s A Reader and Are You One?

Don’t Put Off That Thing You’re Putting Off

Inside Worlds: “Eye of Storms” Quick Look

How to Design A Book Cover With Canva in Five Minutes

Tale From Belgium: Moving Upside Down

Lies We Tell: Flash Fiction

How I Got Here and Why I May Not Stay

Scrolling for Likes and Other Social Media Disasters

That Time You Needed A Writer Style Booster Shot

The next Pages Unforgotten post is on Jan 26. 


Multi-genre reads available on my Fiction page :).


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