Tuesday, July 10, 2012
I will be the first to admit that I'm not a good blogger. I don't keep to a posting schedule and when I do post, I'm kinda all over the place. I used to read a lot of blogs, but I barely have time for that anymore. So I browse through my list every once in a while to pull up posts that seem interesting. Most of the blogs I follow are book blogs, authors, agents, etc. Bookish things. So I look at my own blog and think 'You don't have many followers because you don't offer anything.' a lot of writers give tips and advice. I don't feel experienced enough to offer advice. My methods are all over the place and until I feel comfortable with what I do, I don't think it's my place to tell anyone else how to do it. So is it enough to just write about my journey through life and post an occasional picture? Probably not. Am I dedicated enough to put forth more effort into acquiring a large following? Probably not. Because I should be putting that effort into reading blogs that tell me how to be a better writer. Or, you know, actually writing to become a better writer.