A word to my readers

As some of you might know, this blog was comatose for a few years. Life and, sadly, death got in its way. Readership dwindled away to nothing. And most of the comments I got were spam.

I appreciate those of you who have come back, or have visited to stop and read, since I began Magician’s Apprentice in response to the current dreary and deadly crisis. I hope I provide you with a little bit of entertainment on a daily basis. And seeing so many come by to check the blog out has been heartening. Thank you.

And in a few minutes, time to get up the next chapter . . .

“Femme lisant,” painted c. 1870 by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot (1796 – 1875)

About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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1 Response to A word to my readers

  1. It just goes to show you were missed. 🙂

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