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Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
  1. Beautifully written, reading it right now!

  2. Hmm…Interesting…Thanks for sharing that, Darren…I think…or maybe I shouldn’t! :o)

  3. Wow, Darren Rowse read my ebook! No doubt decluttering your inbox has cleared your mind and let you see things you might otherwise have missed. Very Zen-like, indeed! Glad you liked the ebook, and I very much appreciate the link.

  4. What a beautiful piece Hunter ! I’ll be sure to read this time and time again and I hope you bring out more inspirational pieces like this. Thank You !

    Darren: I am a slow reader – took me half an hour :D.

  5. Nice! :)

  6. I’m downloading it. :]

  7. Thank you! Good addition to the morning coffee.

  8. A good read !!! Thankfully its a 10 minutes read, as I have a very short attention span for these kinda things.
    However my best quote from the book was :
    “The old man then booted up a laptop that was running Windows Vista. He opened Internet Explorer 7, and then opened many blogs in different tabs without it crashing. What a
    magical place this was!”

    Hilarious !!

  9. I liked this a lot, very creative. I’m glad I read it, as I’m sure it will help me navigate Mt Blogmore in the future :)

    – Dave

  10. Thanks for your sharing this e-book.

  11. Point of the book is that each blog is unique. But there are certain things that probably tend to work better than others. My big question remains how to best develop an audience.

  12. Awsome, really enjoyed that – thanks Darren!

  13. Really a wonderful book and a great positive thinking throughout the book and thank you for sharing.

  14. Damn. I’m jealous, Huntar! Way to go on getting Darren’s referral!

  15. Thank you for the sharing, downloading…..

  16. you always have something interesting

  17. Very well written. Quite eloquent. It uses ambiguity to its advantage.

  18. Interesting read. Especially the part about great bloggers breaking the rules!

    I would only add: what rules? The only rules are those that we impose on ourselves or accept from others.

  19. Grand. I like everything Zen.

  20. Thanks for the reference – nice read;-)

  21. I thought I sensed another black belt behind the words. Very funny, but insightful, too. Thanks for the journey on the Zen side of blogging, Hunter and Darren!

  22. in the process of reading–has to be good–

  23. Great! Downloading ASAP thanks Darren!

    – Luis Gross

  24. VERY GOOD–save it for future reference–

  25. Wonderful and inspirational advice!

  26. Darren,

    Thanks for showcasing Hunter’s ebook. I’ve been reading his blog from day 1 his writings are all awesome.

    It’s great to see a new blogger get some well deserved recognition.

  27. Good link. I’m definitely online with the Zen frame of mind.

  28. Darren,

    Wow, I went to Hunter’s blog and subscribed too. He goes deep into some fantastic stuff.

    And the book, I especially like the “save this question until the last day” approach by the Master.

  29. seems interesting enough. downloading now!

  30. Reading it…thanks

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