This post might not interest most of you, but I thought as long as I was looking over and analyzing the data from the recent Sunlit Pages survey, I might as well share it with you. Feel free to skip it if data is not your thing.
But first, can I just give you all a hearty thanks for taking the time to fill out the survey? It meant so much to me. I received 86 responses and, for a small blog like mine, that seems like a good sample size. It was especially fun to hear from those of you who have never commented on the blog before but who are loyal readers. I hope you continue to share your voice!
What follows are the pie charts of the responses I received followed by my thoughts. Feel free to chime in with your own analyses in the comments!
And then of course, there were the open-ended questions. Only about a third of you chose to write anything, and that's fine. I debated making these questions mandatory, but I knew that would scare some people off, and I really wanted as much feedback as I could get.
But for those of you who shared something, just know that I really appreciated your feedback. Because of things you said, Mike has agreed to guest post once a month, I may try to record a monthly video (eek!), and I'll try to share regular roundups of what Aaron and Maxwell are reading on their own.
Also, thank you for all your kind and supportive comments. I wish I could reach through the screen and give each of you a big hug. I tried to use my detective skills and figure out your identities, but for the most part, I couldn't do it (a couple of you signed your names, and that was a treat).
And that wraps up the first-ever Sunlit Pages survey! Thanks again for filling it out (can I say thank you any more in this post?!), and please, if you have any other suggestions or ideas, leave a comment or send an email.