Keep up with the Reaper by stalking him:
Not literally stalking me, you understand. If you have a Blogger account and you look in the right-hand section, you should see something called The Reaper's Stalkers. You can follow me from there, and can do so publicly or privately if you prefer to see reading this blog as your dirty little secret. The sort of secret you wouldn't want anyone finding about. Would you?
Keep up with the Reaper via email:
This is something I've seen a few other bloggers doing, so I thought I'd add the option on here. If you look underneath the Traffic Feed and to your left, you'll see a bit called Subscribe by Email. Mysterious name, isn't it? All you have to do is type in your email address and click the Subscribe button below. Once you've done that, you'll receive an activation email to the nominated account. Click on the link provided in that email and then you should be able to keep up that way. Your daily update should be sent to you between 7pm and 9pm each day.
Keep up with the Reaper via Feedburner:
Some of you already appear to know about this, but your Reaper hasn't publicised it too well as of yet. You can keep up with the RSS feed for this blog through Feedburner. Click here if you want to keep up, or just click on the Feedburner icon at the right-hand side if you fancy following me at any time.
Keep up with the Reaper via Wikio:
A fair few of you seem to do this, and at the time of writing, The Grim Reaper Writes currently ranks 216th in the politics list. How the hell it's even that high, God knows. Anyway, you can keep up from Wikio by simply clicking on the Subscribe icon below all the Feedburner stuff. You're also able to access numerous different feeds, such as Bloglines and My Yahoo from there.
Should you wish to contact your Reaper for any reason, you can simply email me here. Just make the necessary adjustments to that address - it's simply like that to trick the spambots.
If you'd like to follow me on Twitter, then you can do that here.
Oh yeah, one other thing. The Grim Reaper is not on Facebook, and isn't interested in joining, so stop asking me about it. From what I can deduce from other bloggers, Facebook appears to swallow up most of the content and provides very little in return. So there.