Thanks to the wonderful people at Google, I can no longer offer email or RSS subscriptions through Feedburner! According to Neville Hobson, The End for Feedburner arrives October 20, 2012. For all of you good people who enjoy receiving updates from the blog and wish to continue receiving updates, please click on this post, look to your left, and either resubscribe using WordPress’s email subscription program, or click on “RSS – Posts” to add the site feed back to your Google Reader or Bloglines, or your preferred method for subscribing to blogs.
You may also receive updates via the Facebook page, but be warned that Facebook’s new algorithms force those who don’t “like” or comment new posts to click “Show in News Feed” in order to see each post (like so):
If you’re more technically inclined, you can subscribe to Edwardian Promenade on Bloglovin, though you will not see the full posts in that feed.
I apologize for needing to give everyone the runaround, but, alas alack alas, I am at the mercy of free web services, which can giveth and taketh away. I’d also advise everyone to check their subscriptions to all of their favorite blogs as I’m sure a great majority of bloggers also use Feedburner to deliver content to their readers. Any questions or concerns, email me at evangeline [at] edwardianpromenade [dot] com! Thanks so much and thanks to Tasha for alerting me to these new developments!
What a mess it’s going to be to switch everything over–not just my blogs, but nearly all of the bloggers I subscribe to are on FeedBurner! I think I’m still in denial. :p
I know! I don’t even want to think about going through Google Reader and combing through every RSS feed subscription.
It doesn’t look like Bloglovin pushes out. That’s unfortunate. Have you perchance looked into this Feedblitz that article you linked to mentions?
@JW: I have, but that monthly fee is a bit steep at the moment. A great majority of my subscribers use the RSS feed, but the email list hovers around 100-200 people, and that’s $5-10.
Hi Evangeline,I am an English teacher in NZ, and I’m pinnnlag on teaching some short stories by Katherine Mansfield (a New Zealand writer 1888-1923). The stories are from the perspective of young & teenage girls one entitled her first ball . I know that the Mansfield family were middle class, and the girls attended Wellington Girls College, before going to England to finish their education at Queen’s College.What I am looking for is some general information on what life would have been like for a teenage girl in this era what would have been expected of her, what were the rules of etiquette etc? Do you know of any good resources on the web? I’ve been searching for ages, and your site is the most user-friendly I’ve come across.Thanks and regards,Charlotte
What a mess this is! I can’t figure out how to resubcribe to this wonderful page!
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