Happy Birthday to "The Way of Improvement Leads Home"

Today is our seventh birthday here at The Way of Improvement Leads Home!  I am now ready to receive my blogging AARP card!

It’s been a busy year.  We continue to try to offer you at least one post a day–usually more.  Megan Piette, our first intern, has moved on to bigger and better things, but we have already secured her replacement. You will be hearing more about her later in the summer.

Our regular features, such as the “Author’s Corner,” So What CAN You Do With a History Major?,” Sunday Night Odds and Ends,” and the “Virtual Office Hours,” continue to move forward. (We will be back with the VOH in the Fall).  This year I also have tried to offer readers a glimpse into my work on my current book project, a history of the American Bible Society.   

I have been toying with the idea of a “Way of Improvement Leads Home” podcast.  Feel free to shoot me a message and let me know the kinds of things you would like to see in such a podcast.  

And let’s not forget our extensive coverage of history conferences around the world!

Thanks for all of you who read the blog!  I hope you continue to enjoy what we do here.  

Keep linking to our posts, subscribing to our RSS feed, adding us to your blog-rolls, and following us at Facebook and Twitter (@johnfea1).

And now to eat some cake!  (Or maybe a donut!).

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