Here and there, like an errant hair in your soup, are fellow loyal readers, subscribers, and downloaders. There may also be a few freeloaders. They are a happy bunch.
They’re busily gathering all of the knowledge they’ll need for the coming hour.
It’s all about trust, and some of the biggest fake brands trust Lone Prairie Art Works to deliver content right to their employee’s inbox to read while they’re still on the company’s dime. Shouldn’t you?
Let me handle the rule-breaking.
I break all the rules of blogging to bring you the best. Rules that tell us that readers should be able to easily identify what your blog is about, or that there should be a focus and a concentration and an easily defined audience. This blog doesn’t do that. “What’s this blog about, Julie?” you ask. “I really don’t know,” I’d say.
If it’s hot, it’s not here. If it’s trendy, double nope. If everyone else likes it, I’ll definitely vote no. What does that mean?
It’s not just for everyone, it’s for you. Because you’re definitely not as cool as you think.
Here’s where I’d put another paragraph of content that would tell you some more convincing stuff, such as how there’s a bestseller book associated with this site, and how some Big Name People really think it’ll change the world like all the other millions of best-sellers. And then, I’d show you some cool photos of the Lone Prairie workspace and headquarters, but my laundry is still draped across my couch so I’m going to hold off on that for now.
So. Are you convinced? I know I am.