I sure do. In fact my blog is only 3 days old and so far I have 4 posts ... so that's more than one a day so far, but of course it is Friday. It's a blog about Querying (yes I capitalized that on purpose).
I am a novice writer who has written his first novel and I queried for about six months last year before I learned my lesson. At first I was pretty bad at it, horrible even. Then I finally realized that as much as I didn't want to I had to take the query process as seriously as I'd taken the writing process. Or at least if I ever wanted to get published I did. So I started to research it, learned a lot and finally got some agents to request fulls or partials. Of the 3 who did they each said they like the voice and wanted to see more - provided I could revise - drastically. Apparently the writing is pretty good but the manuscript is about 3 times longer than the longest debut novel these days so I have my work cut out for me. I'm making good progress so far.
In the meantime I've decided to create this blog with a really annoying name: The Quintessentially Questionable Query Experiment. I think it fits because it is as irritating and silly as the query process seems sometimes, though I realize it is necessary - publishing is a business, after all. I'm going to try to post 100 REAL queries that I have written and their REAL responses (personal agent info REDACTED, of course) by the end of this year. I'm starting with the worst, most embarrassing ones, and then eventually will move on towards queries I can live with; then finally some that found success. Think of it as Julie & Julia for the confused, frustrated but persevering novice writer; hopefully there will be a lesson for someone in it somewhere (I've already learned mine, at least part way, but maybe someone out there will read this first). It is embarrassing, humbling and sometimes infuriating going back over these old queries, but you have to have a thick skin for this kind of thing so I am trying to develop one.
Anyway enough about me. You can find out more at the blog if you are interested, and if you're not - believe me I understand. So please visit, read, comment, link back, follow and all that good stuff when you have a moment. I will be sure to do the same for other's writing related blogs.
Oh and thanks a million Mr. Bransford for your blog. It is the most informative yet fun agent blog I've found thus far. Your attitude and optimism are truly inspiring.
No I have not queried him yet, luckily I didn't find out about his existence until recently.