It's not them, it's me. I just don't fit in.
You'd think if I was going to be unceremoniously removed from EatingRichmond.com, it would be because I'm not a food blogger. But no, it was my prolificacy that made me a problem.
I kid you not.
I haven't found a solution for keeping your blog on the EatingRichmond aggregator. My web guy is copied on this message. I really think your restaurant visits are addictive reads for Richmond's dining obsessed (including me). So I want to keep it on the site somewhere. If only there was a way for EatingRichmond to subscribe to a weekly digest of I Could Go On and On. Maybe a frequent poster spot is the answer (you don't really have any peers in that category at this point). In the meantime, I've taken your blog off of EatingRichmond until we can figure something out.
Luckily I only get about a hundred readers a day from eatingRichmond, so it's far from the primary way people come to me. But I'd be the first to admit that quite a few of my most regular readers and most frequent commenters discovered me there amongst the true food bloggers.
As Jason told me last March when he was trying to persuade me to put my blog on the site, "All u have to risk is more readers."
Well, that and the heartbreak of being dumped.
Not fitting in seems to be my forte'.