Are you focused on ONE thing for your blog or do you blog whatever’s on your heart?
It occurred to me the other day that I have written a lot of words on this blog. Not the best words – Donald Trump said he has those – but certainly a large portion of other (hopefully less repetitive) words.
In the process, I’ve pondered the question of what blogging is for.
In its infancy, a weblog was pretty much an online journal, but it’s since become a professional occupation for many. It’s not a profession for me, but it allows me to fulfil a childhood dream and pretend I’m a columnist, without having to get anyone’s approval first.
So far, I’ve written a total of 205 posts, averaging around 900 words per post. That’s roughly 184,500 words, which could translate into two whole novels, if we were talking about commercial fiction, which of course we’re not, but like the aforementioned, I’m not one to let the facts stand in the way of a tenuous argument.
So that’s 2 books’ worth of…
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