So, the last post managed to bring my total pageviews to more than ten thousand. That's not too bad considering my first post was back in late January 2012 and I haven't exactly been updating an a regular basis.
Thanks to everyone who reads this blog! I never actually thought so many people would want to hear what I have to say, especially when half my posts seem to be incoherent rambling about disconnected topics.
That actually got me thinking about the other blogs I read.
And I thought I'd recommend a few.
The Grumpy Elf is always good for some down and dirty analysis (and he gets pretty in-depth) of whatever the latest topic of discussion is in the WoW Blogosphere. As others have said, Grumpy can talk for a long, long time. Just sayin'...
The Daily Frostwolf - Druid Edition, written by the starstruck Navimie, is sort of a WoW Blogger Celebrity News Show, if that makes any sense. I've found that I will pick out new blogs to read from her Navispam posts (which are why I refer to her as starstruck). I'm fairly certain that most bloggers out there who know of Navimie are secretly hoping they'll be picked next for a Navispam. I just commented and demanded a visit.
Blessing of Kings is a great place to go for some paladin discussion and some non-WoW gaming stuff, too. Rohan was also the first person to give me a spot on his blogroll, allowing me an established place to get a little traffic sent my way.
Big Bear Butt is one-of-a-kind in the blogging world. He doesn't seem to conform to any specific style to speak of, instead choosing to write as if he were simply speaking to a good friend. That's what makes his blog a great read. He's funny, witty, and welcoming. And the Cub Reports are a blast to read.
Those are my four favorites, though there are by far many other options out there.