Blog Love Postcard Promo

For today’s 31 Days to Build a Better Blog challenge I am meant to email a blog reader. Apparently some people enjoy receiving emails; this is news to me. My email inbox is the modern equivalent of my childhood closet – stuffed to bursting with unorganized junk I don’t need but can’t bring myself to throw away.

email vs. snail mail comic

However, I don’t want to pass up this opportunity to give some blog love back to those of you who’ve supported me by reading, liking, commenting on and/or following my little corner of the interwebs so far. So I went out shopping today and bought a handful of awesome postcards for you. If you would like one please fill in the contact form below, or leave your snail mail info in the comments. I promise to send the first 5 responders, and possibly more, a postcard and personal message from Japan.

Of course I will not share your info with anyone else and will not use it for any other purpose than mailing you a postcard. If it makes you feel better, I will even destroy your info (with fire) after your postcard is sent (please specify if this is your wish).

UPDATE (7/31): Promo over! Thanks to those who participated, hope you enjoy the postcards! (*^o^*)

3 thoughts on “Blog Love Postcard Promo

  1. Your card arrived in the post today. Minesweeper put a smile on my face, thank you for that and your words on the card itself. Both are greatly appreciated. ^^

  2. I tend to get very little mail, both e-mail and regular post. With e-mail, it’s a few bills and notifications of new things going on with GoG (Good Old Games) and EverQuest II. With the regular post, it’s just bills and God knows how many credit cards I’m both pre-approved for and don’t want. It looks like opting out of doing the whole Twitter and Facebook thing makes for a very boring and pleasant online experience. ^^

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