We’re eight.

Today, HowToWinGameShows.com is 8 years old! How about that – who would have thought?

Probably not me. Back in 2013, when I posted the first-ever entry here, entitled Well, here goes!, I had no idea if this concept could possibly sustain a regular blog. I remember how nervous I felt as I set up the site, and how vulnerable I felt when I finally hit that “Post” button for the first time. This silly little idea of mine was now OUT IN THE WORLD. This was all new to me, and exciting – I liked the idea of a blog on this subject as a fun little hobby. I’d spent a bit of time on an online blogging course. Game show tips, information and stories was a ‘niche market’, as they say, but I figured I had nothing to lose. I knew a few people who’d been on game shows, I knew a few people who worked in the industry; maybe they’d chat to me, and this could be a place where we could share their stories, tips and hints with a wider audience. I’d share my stories, my tips and hints too, of course, and maybe some future contestant, somewhere out there, might find some of it useful. Worst-case scenario, it’d fizzle out, and I could look back on it as a fun little experiment.

But it didn’t fizzle out.

A year after that first post, the blog celebrated its first birthday. 52 weeks after that was birthday number 2. Another 365 days passed, and suddenly the site was three years old. March 14th 2017 saw the site turn four, and 12 months after that it was five – well, you get the idea.

For a long time, I thought I had to post every week, no matter what. Not sure why I thought that – some weeks there’s naturally more content than other weeks. A streak of stubbornness, I suppose. I’ve mellowed a bit now, and my policy is to post when I have something (hopefully) interesting to share with you.

Anyway, I just wanted to say thanks for your feedback, your contributions, and, as always, your support.

Cheers!

Stephen

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