The Spank Statement has been surfing a wave of unprecedented popularity over the last week or so, thanks to links from some more established blogs. Chross’ excellent weekly round up included my Big Brother Continued post, and Spankboss at Spanking Blog featured my John Wayne 100th Anniversary Tribute.
I don’t always get as much time as I would like to keep up with what’s going on elsewhere in the spanko blogosphere, but this seems a good time to pause to draw breath, and spread a bit of the love around.
Someone who doesn’t seem to need much help is Spanker Bryan who recently celebrated 3 million views of his blog – an amazing landmark.
The Cherry Red Report has to be one of the most hip and happening blogs around at the moment, whilst Richard Windsor at The House of Richard Windsor has been keeping us all entertained with some classic images from his collection.
In the world of spanking model blogs, I’ve recently discovered the delightful Spanking Pixie, whilst in the UK Pandora Blake has just written up an entertaining and funny account of her participation in the Race for Life.
Finally, there’s a new kid on the block that I’ve just visited for the first time – Spanking Central: ‘This spanking blog differs from others in that it has fewer readers’ says Tim, but I’m sure that won’t last for long.
All the above seem to have one thing in common – they’re in it for the sheer love of the subject, which has to be the best possible reason for blogging about anything.
The spanking blogging world is certainly a vibrant and fun place to be; friendlier than chat forums, and cheaper than paysites. If you’re reading this and have been considering having a go at blogging yourself, I would certainly encourage you to give it a try. There’s no blog I’d rather read and link to than that of a regular Spank Statement reader.