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Do you like what you see? Six ways you can help expand the impact of this blog.

Updated: Apr 8

Do you like what you see? If so, there are several ways you can help me to continue creating content that highlights the TRUTH of history.


Here's how you can make it happen.

  1. Send me a note and let me know what kind of content you most enjoy. Do you like my list of fun words? Are you most drawn by the inspirational quotes from history’s heroes? Do you stop by to see my microblogs detailing daily events from history? Or, do you just enjoy reading through some of my scribbles from history? Letting me know what you most enjoy helps me organize my writing time to meet your needs.


2. Subscribe to my email list at the bottom of this post, follow me on Instagram and Pinterest, and like my page on Facebook.

That may seem like an insignificant show of support on your part, but it can make an amazing difference on my part. As you engage with my posts, I can study the analytics and see what you are enjoying. I can see what you share the most, or like the most and it can help me continue to give you the best content. It also helps move my content higher up in the search menus so that others can find and enjoy my resources as well.



3. Use my affiliate links if you are already planning to make purchases. There is never any additional cost to you to click on a link from my website. In fact, sometimes, my affiliates provide me with a promo code that will give you a discount if you purchase through the link. I will always make sure you know of any special discounts that may be available to you.


Many times, I include links to sites and services in which I am not an affiliate simply because I believe they are valuable resources that can save you time and money. For example, I often encourage you to check out archive.org which is a non-profit library of millions of free books. As much as I love holding a good book in my own hands, I can’t afford to buy every book I want. But I have often found what I was looking for in a digital version on archive.org. I am not an affiliate with them, and I don’t receive any support from them, but I think you can benefit from their resources, so I link to them a lot. In short, don’t be afraid to click on links throughout my blogs and website. In some cases, I may earn a small commission if you do and that can help support this blog.


4. Consider checking out my Patreon page and becoming a patron. If you aren’t familiar with Patreon, it’s an easy way for those interested in my work to see new exclusive content and updates before anyone else. By contributing as little as $3 per month patrons will enable me to dedicate more of my time to creating by helping cover the many costs incurred from my work. I’d be so honored if you were interested in becoming one of my first patrons!


5. Check out my little curiosity shoppe! I am constantly updating our products with items that promote faith, family, and fun. You will find lots of products to help you celebrate unique and different ways to express your love of history, books, missions, homeschool, culture, family, and fun. Come back and visit often - let that perfect little curiosity speak to you!


6. Pray for me and for the reach of this blog. The rewriters of history are fighting hard to remove truth. I work very hard in my writing to use primary resources to show the TRUTH of history. That takes enormous research and fair evaluation of sources. It is important to highlight history’s heroes honestly. I consider it a great responsibility as I tackle the task of writing each story. My prayer is that my writing will reach new generations of men, women, and children with TRUTH that points them to the author of TRUTH.


Thanks so much for all that you do to help me achieve my goals,








Disclosure: Bear in mind that some of the links in this post are affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a commission. Keep in mind that I link these companies and their products because of their quality and not because of the commission I receive from your purchases. The decision is yours, and whether or not you decide to buy something is completely up to you.


 

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