Make my blog better: What would YOU like to see?

Greetings, readers!

I write tonight with gratitude (albeit belated) for your faithful readership and thoughtful comments in 2012, which – as it turns out – was my busiest and best year for blogging yet. Thank you, sincerely!
The stats have spoken, and they say you really like when I write about chastity and sex. Please know a) there is a lot more from where previous posts came and b) I’d like to extend an opp to you to influence future posts. Already in the works are posts on virginity auctions, sex ed, early marriage, contraception, plus what the Catholic Church teaches about related topics.
But what I really want to know is what you really want to read.
So when you have a minute, please let me know what you’d like to see:
What haven’t I written about yet?
What have I written about that you’d like me to write about again?
If I could interview anybody about chastity, sex, or relationships, who would you hope it would be?

If you could pick a theme for a series of posts on my blog, what would it be?

Post your ideas in the comments below, or send it to arleenwrites at gmail dot com.
Grateful.

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

  • You should write about the Kingdom that Jesus so often spoke about. And maybe how we, as followers of Jesus can practically step into that Kingdom.

  • Anonymous

    Really?? 1 comment? C’mon people! Not every day the writer of a blog asks what you want to see.

    I think it’d be cool to see more interviews with different people in the Church who are doing a lot of the real grunt work when it comes to discipleship and skill setting. You know… Fr. Barron, Cardinal Dolan, Christopher West… it’s my list, I get to dream, can’t I? 😛

    So yes, more “interviews”.

    Also, more book reviews and maybe even (if you can figure it out) a book discussion type thing.

    Hey, you asked for ideas. 😀

  • Love these ideas! Especially the more interviews part.

    More book reviews eventually (but probably not until after I graduate!).