I did like it and I do have some tips. Blogging takes some getting used to; not so easy though, is it? In general, I try to post every 3 days, and I always try to include a picture (even if it doesn't always relate). I don't have the time for daily posting but I certainly don't want weeks to go by between posts. Not every post is a winner; sometimes I've been convinced a post I've written will generate interest and I run back and forth all day to check the 'comments'... and nothing. Other times, I've thrown something out and people seem to just respond. There's no telling.
Although 7 states don't actually visit... I wonder what it takes to get Wyoming to pay us a call? Not that I worry about it; I'll take my 52 regular visitors from London any day. But I digress.
Bruce, here are my thoughts on your post (Chaos and Space Wolves Dance):
1) Before the report, document the army lists used. It doesn't have to be much, nor do you have to include the points values or the unit's wargear, just a synopsis.
2) You'll develop your own style as you do this, but for example I concentrate more on an overview of each turn plus the highlights. I don't try to illustrate each shot unless I'm making a point. This is a more stylistic thing; you'll develop your own groove in time, but don't kill yourself trying to document each detail.
3) I bet he photos took awhile to upload, didn't they? I usually cut them down a bit; I want them bigger when people click on them - 'cause that's why they do it, to get a closer look - but not so large they take up a ton of memory. On the display, when you are creating the post, click the picture and make it 'large' then center it. I find it looks better.
4) I was asking myself some questions about your game with Mike, like what were the star units, what worked, what didn't, what would you change..? That kind of thing. The comments about reserving were useful information that could definitely been in the post.
I'll leave it at that. Don't be afraid to experiment and find your own voice. Practice makes perfect.
(The pictures, in case you're wondering, are from the dice cups Bruce designs and sells.)