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November Tea Party Winners: Carrie Fancett Pagels' copy of The Great Lakes Lighthouse Brides Collection - Debbie Curto, Christmas tea - Andrea Stephens, Golden Tea body wash Joy Ellis, lighthouse earrings -- Pegg's SIL from Lake Ann and Perrianne Askew, Pegg Thomas's Leather journal - Shelia Hall, and Writing Prompts book goes to - Connie Porter Saunders

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

1000 Posts - The Best of Colonial Quills

"My dear, are you finished penning your article for Colonial Quills?"

Celebrating 1000 Colonial Quills blog posts!!


In Colonials America stone markers were set up along the way to show the miles along the road. Today we are putting up our own milestone marking our 1,000 blog post here at Colonial Quills!

We have gone through a lot of virtual ink and quills during our 7 year journey of blogging. During that time our Quillers have written many wonderful articles about our country's Colonial heritage. We've shared about life in 18th century America, brought you along on our research trips, and told you about our experiences writing Colonial fiction. We've also celebrated our many book releases during our famous Colonial Quills tea parties which our dear readers have been our honored guests! We've had over a million page views on our blog. In honor of this milestone, here are the top ten posts of all time.



We hope that you'll take some time to peruse some of these highlights.

Do YOU have a particularly favorite post from our archives? What type of posts do you enjoy reading best? Please post it in the comments.


11 comments:

  1. We've noticed the difference in adding searchable photo content to drive visitors to our blog. I have no idea how it gets found, but blogs with interesting, unique photos that accompany interesting text bring in a lot of viewers. These are perfect examples! I think it might be due to Pinterest. Congratulations on all the success. 1000 posts is incredible!

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    1. A picture is worth a thousand words, they say! And a thousand blog posts!

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  2. Congratulations on all your 1,ooo posts they have been very interesting at meant the ones I have read and seen..they teach us quiet a bit..this blog is great..thanks

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    1. Thank you, Rory! We appreciate your visiting us.

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  3. Congratulations on 1000 posts! I have enjoyed all of the ones I have read. Y'all always do an awesome job!

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  4. Congratulations on youe milestone! I find all your posts interesting. I love history and love learning new things about old things!

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    1. We appreciate that, Paula! So glad you enjoy the topics that we do.

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  5. Wow, 1000 posts, that is wonderful. Here's to many more to come!

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  6. Hmm, is that first one right? Lol. I definitely would not have "thunk" it. :)

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  7. Congratulations! I have no favorite. All that I've read were great. Here's to another 1,000+ posts. Hugs and God bless.

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