I asked a fellow Twitter follower what he thought of my blog and this is his reply:
I thanked him for the positive feedback because before I introduce my next theme I would just like to focus on the way my blog is written. Many blogs, especially those about writing, are written in the third person, those which advise or inform us of important points to remember or think about. I find them useful and challenging at times and it was not until I got Joel’s comment that I realised just why my blog is different.
As my blurb explains, I began this blog to write about my personal views and experiences. I have a diary blog alongside, which is a useful record of what’s happening in my writing world but I love my theme blog, especially because it gives me a platform to share anything that’s on my mind which I feel is worth sharing.
This is particularly important to explain before my next theme, the first item of which I will publish next week:
My Writing- Planning a novel
My writing- Research
My writing- Proof reading
If you read them you will not get advice, because I feel I have no authority to advise. You will only read an honest account of my personal journey into writing.