Hi Joyce Thank you so much for taking the time to visit my blog. I don't think you have the option to comment as anonymous on my blog. Sorry! Are you able to follow through Bloglovin and comment there? Just a thought. I hope we can continue to connect. ~Sherri
I'm not sure of any way to avoid having some sort of social media account when commenting on a Blogger blog. I temporarily changed it from Google+ comments to Blogger comments, but I believe you still need an account to leave a comment. This is done to avoid spam, which is unfortunately a really big problem.
Hi Joyce. Thanks for checking out my blog. i looked into it and I fixed the having to sign in part. Now you can comment without having to sign in but I believe it'll just have you leave your email address to be sure you're not spam.
Hi Joyce. Thanks for stopping by my blog. It is still under construction and I am anxiously waiting for my designer to release it so comments and subscribers can come on board. I appreciate your kind words.
Hi Joyce Rowley: Thanks for checking out my blog (http://theradioplay.edublogs.org/). I will definitely check out the link you left me. Also, feel free to subscribe to my blog. I plan to give away a gift to at least one of my subscribers who either posted a comment or reviewed Women's Tea (Kindle Edition).
To comment: If you want to comment, then just look on the right of the screen and scroll down to , “Recent Posts.” Click “Recent Post” and a space for commenting will come up.
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