Friday, February 26, 2010

On Brief Hiatus


Actually I've been spending my usual blogging time collecting all the posts up till now into a book, tentatively titled Worshipping Your Wife 2: Best of the Blog. But it's painful to go dark for so long, with only a marquee and an empty theater, so I expect I'll have something to say here before long... and certainly before the book is ready to post.

5 comments:

VJ said...

All the best Mark for writing a second book. Since women are naturally possessive, honestly speaking, wife worshiping is the best way to keep married life happy, warm and beautiful. Just check around, divorce rate among men dominant (traditional) marriages is quite high. But I am sure, in FLR type of marriages divorce rate may be 'nil' as women are controlling major family matters. Happy wife, stable families, and well groomed children in a stable families etc. This is the proof that female dominated marriages are far better than traditional male dominated once. I WISH YOU ALL THE BEST FOR YOUR NEW BOOK...I WOULD LOOK TO READING IT SOON...

Leslie said...

I've commented here and there anonymously (not that identities even matter on the internet), but I just thought I'd say that I really enjoy your writing. It's probably hard to notice your impact when people don't say so, but yours was one of the major viewpoints that swayed me to FLR when my boyfriend "came out of the closet" last year. If more women read your stuff (or knew of its existence), FLR would definitely be mainstream by now.

Happy writing/collecting!

Mark Remond said...

Leslie, thank you so much for that, it makes my day. Especially when I think I my intermittent, but heartfelt efforts here may have helped two people grow closer, more intimate, more loving. As for being read by more women, boy, would I ever like to be. How should I go about it? Facebook? I'm bewildered...

Leslie said...

I wish I had an idea, but advertising/marketing is a total mystery to me. Facebook might be a good direction. The only drawback is that you might not be reaching your target audience. (Not to say your book wouldn't appeal to the college crowd, too. My boyfriend gave it to me a few weeks after we graduated and I loved it.)

Society just doesn't seem there yet. But, I can see that changing in the future, when traditional values relax a bit. For now, maybe I'll work up the nerve to give your book to a bride-to-be friend of mine. Or her groom. :)

runpb said...

I think it's a fine idea Leslie. I've read Mark's book. It's romantic, tasteful, and chock full of advice that makes for very happy marriages.

Please Please don't take this the wrong way.... for I am VERY happy with my leading Lady.

We make judgments about people through how they write and what they say..... and my judgment (assessment) is:
Lucky boy who gets to kneel at your feet.

Mark, I'll buy your next book too!