Blog Magazine

Ray’s Blogging Days || Issue Six

Hey people, elves, demigods, witches, wizards, and all! Hope you’re doin’ well. 🌻
Yes, I’m still very much on a blogging break. I know it doesn’t much look like it, but I am. However, since I couldn’t put out my magazine before today (if you didn’t know already, I usually put the issues out monthly, on the fifth day), I’m momentarily back to upload it!

I’m afraid due to *busy-ness*, *slumpy-ness*, and *lazy-ness*, the magazine is much shorter than usual. Hopefully, it’ll have the usual 35-42 pages next month. I’ve already begun *some* work on the October issue, so fingers-crossed I won’t let myself slump all over!

Anyway, I hope you enjoy the issue. You can either download it below, or open it in your web browser (I prettttttty sure both options are available on all devices). Let me know if it’s not working, and I’ll try my best to fix it!

As always, feedback and ideas is greatly appreciated, and you can always let me know your thoughts in the comments, or by shooting me a message here (that’s the link to my contact form). If you have a question in mind for my Befuddled Bloggers series (in which I answer one blogging-related question the best I can each month), you can ask that through the same two ways I mentioned above. 👆

If you’re interested in writing for the magazine, you can always ask me about that by sending a message through my contact form. There’s no guarantee I’ll be able to fit you in the next issue, but I’ll definitely let you know when there’s room! 🙃 Also, please run the topic through me first. I’m pretty open to new ideas, but there are some things I can’t accept. 😬

A huge thank you to Sep and Aanya, who each helped me out by writing something for the mag. And of course, to my mom, who sent a poem, and edited the whole thing. I’m so happy you guys were a part of the magazine this month! 💙

That’s all for today, thanks for reading! Take your time with the magazine, and have an amazing day or night. 👋

P.P.P.P.S Alrighty Ima stop for the sake of your sanity.

86 thoughts on “Ray’s Blogging Days || Issue Six

  1. My, my, I must say the book reviews were great. *blushes in french*.
    I really loved both the poem Ray. AND THAT COMIC STRIP WAS G O L D.
    Don’t even think about ‘bye-bye-ing’ it.

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  2. Love the creativity of the magazine, Rayna! Totally adding the books to my TBR – I was looking for good mystery novels.
    Love the comic strip!!! It is so me. Over a year of blogging and still can’t stick to a schedule. I feel like my creativity flows best when I write without the pressure of having to write. 😀

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  3. Also, Sorry about not reading this issue until now😁😅 I have been a little busy. I absolutely loved it! The book recommendations were great! i have not read some of them but I love Escape for Mr. Lemonchello’s library! I have read it at least 2 times and all the sequels. I also have read A Series of Unfortunate Events twice. It is amazing!
    I am adding Amina’s voce to my TBR. Thanks for sharing!
    Your comic was awesome! oh so true it was….. I think you should make a comic about the trials of reading all the notifications we get.
    The poems were great!
    I feel the confidence now!!
    What a good way to describe grief.
    I loved the end flower!
    Great job, Ray, Sep, Aanya, and Padma!!! You guys rock🎆

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    1. That’s completely alright! I’m just glad if you read it; it doesn’t matter when. (:
      That’s great!
      aw, thank you! Ooh, thanks for the idea, I may do that. 😂 I definitely get too lazy to read my notifs sometimes-
      Ahhhh yes! Thanks, Corrie!

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