Coaster Blogger Forgets His One Year Anniversary, Scrambles to Write About It While Its Still Relevant
A little over a year ago I merged my passions for roller coasters and writing and The Coaster Critic’s Blog was born. Initially, I didn’t think blogs were anything more than digital diaries where people rambled on about doing the laundry, their love lives, and how fast the kids are growing. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, I just didn’t see the draw. A blog on particular topics like the Ultimate Fighting Championship or Investment Tips made more sense to me.

It was fun chronicling my busy 2006 season. I visited a total of nine theme parks and rode more than 30 new roller coasters. Luckily, I was able to ride and write about some of the best roller coasters in the World. Last year, I found myself in a storm at the Coaster Capital, on top of the world, and barrelling through an intense subterranean adventure.

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Founder of My favorite coasters are B&M hypers and gigas. I'm also a huge fan of terrain roller coasters.

4 Responses

  1. Judy P

    I love your blog enough to check it every single day! Judy P in Pittsburgh, PA

  2. The Coaster Critic

    Thanks Judy. Since you're in Pittsburgh, I'm guessing you frequent Kennywood. I need to get back there someday, it's a great park.

  3. Nate

    Congrads on a year of blogging. It is crazy that this little industry can produce enough new things to talk about. I really enjoy your blog and I have it on my RSS reader.

  4. The Coaster Critic

    It's good to hear from a subscriber Nate. I check out Coasterdom regularly and I've subscribed to the Kevin and Nate podcast. Keep up the good work, it's good stuff!


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