Skywriter’s second year of blogging started in late December of last year. These 12 months have seen wonderful growth and the development of a bright and lively community. We’ve learned a lot, shared a lot, and had a grand time doing it!
Below are the top 10 articles. The biggest hit was the series of tests to measure the strength of various planets and chart features.
The test for Pluto continues to be the #1 post of the year and of all time here on Skywriter. As of today, more than 10,500 people have taken The Test’
It’s also the post that drew the most comments, currently 237. (I’m never sure whether people are bragging or complaining about their Pluto scores!)
Here are links to the full list, in case our newer readers missed any of them:
Series like the tests and the Question and Answer sessions have been very popular during 2010. 2011 will be a continuation, because I love doing series as much as you seem to enjoy following them. The recent contest where readers suggested topics for new series produced some great ideas.
A new series on the Midheaven has already begun, and tomorrow we’ll be doing a Q&A session about the Midheaven, so think about what you’d like to ask.
Thanks to all of you readers for your participation that has made Skywriter’s second year so rewarding .
May we all find 2011 a great new beginning and a year of glorious growth!INDEX OF SKYWRITER’S 418 POSTS by category. Excellent resource for students. Save it to your hard drive rather than print it, and then all the links are live. Download it here: 1-Articles Index Skywriter 3-2011). If you’d like to share in the Skywriter community and have the newest posts forwarded to you, sign up for a subscription and get a FREE EBOOKLET for Skywriter Subscribers Only: Mothers, Daughters, and the Moon, a 50-page excerpt from The Moon in your Life. Read more about it here: New: Free Booklet For Skywriter Subscribers! If you’re already a subscriber and want a copy, forward the most recent email post to me at firstname.lastname@example.org . To sign up for a subscription, go to the top right hand corner of the blog and click on “Subscribe.” Then send me an email with your subscription confirmation or an email post with a request for the booklet in the subject line.
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