Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Join the blogger's circle of support

As the year draws to a close, I would like to publicly thank all my loyal readers and subscribers. It’s been gratifying to see subscriptions for this blog grow from a few dozen back in 2007 to today's many hundreds of forensic practitioners, lawyers, educators, criminologists, researchers, authors and policy advocates. It is great to see nearly all of the U.S. states and dozens of nations represented, from Saudi Arabia and Turkey to Scotland and Lithuania.

A snapshot of this morning's blog visitors from around the world
I am especially grateful to the many of you who have lent tangible support through monetary donations, books, and other forms of encouragement. Your generous support has been essential in defraying my costs. Letting me know that the time and energy I devote to blogging is useful in keeping you connected and abreast of developments in the field has also helped me stay motivated.

For those of you who have not yet chipped in, I’ve made it very easy. Here are three ways to join my expanding circle of support, and help keep this blog going:

1. Subscribe. A $3 monthly subscription helps defray my Internet fees and research costs. Just click on the "SUBSCRIBE" button in the upper right column of the blog. Paypal makes it quick and easy. 

2. Donate. Give a one-time donation of any amount you choose. Again, Paypal makes it simple; just click on the “DONATE” button on the blog.

3. Gift. Finally, donating a book from my Amazon wish list is a great way to show your appreciation. The list is HERE; you can also browse through it on the blog page. There's a price range for everyone.

And thanks again to all of you who have given me so much support over the years.

3 comments:

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  2. Thank you, Karen, for sharing your ongoing updates on developments in the fields of law, forensic science, psychology/psychiatry and the world at large. You keep everything in perspective. I always look forward to reading.

    As for subscribing, I will do so soon, as I also want to read your newsletter.

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  3. See there's another reader in Spain: Hi there, Galicia!

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