No, I’m not broaching the topic of Resolutions. Not exactly.
When first I peeked into WordPress, I did so with the intention of finding a site capable of hosting all my writerly blatherings. I love poetry, dabble in fiction, and have a tendency to go on week-long essay rants that don’t really end up anywhere — the latter is a bit frustrating at times, however, I always learn a lot during those essay rants. I want to write about current events, past events, delve into my perspective on spirituality vs. religion, modern literature vs. everything, and the absolutely maddening side-effects of longing to research and write while rarely getting the opportunity to actually research and write.
As you might surmise from the above, it’s difficult to stay organized and productive with so many varying interests. At least it is for me. For an astounding three months of 2015, I kept my “blog” active. And then … pfft.
We’ve all been around the internet long enough to know that amateur bloggers don’t always remain consistently successful. Writers fizzle out along the wayside everyday. I want to figure out how not to fizzle at any point during 2016. Also, I want to accomplish this without participating in any month-long or mass global writing exercises. Anyone out there feeling this? Beyond “just sit down and do it already, Kathy” do y’all have any helpful hints to share?
Y’all are writers, readers, bloggers … can you help out a fellow writer, reader, and aspiring blogger? Will you aid me in composing lists that might inspire feverish productivity?
What Topic Would You Like To Read About In 2016?
Topics To Research For 1000 Word Posts
Topics To Research For Monthly Installment Posts
Gosh. I’ve already depleted my ideas for a list of topics …
I’ll go get another cup of coffee. Meanwhile, feel free to fill comments with LISTS. #gobeawesome