Linda said . . . it's a discipline of sorts to force me to think of things to post that I think might interest someone else.
Her statement about blogging got me to thinking about what I post on my blog. I began my blog by writing about a little about my life and where I went and then about my rejections and acceptances in writing.
But along the way, as many of you shared, we started writing for others in hopes to give something as well as documenting our writing journey.
What happens when you can't think of anything to blog about but you feel committed to write? Is it okay to talk about your dinner plans, pets, kids etc.?
Question: How do you tailor your blog for writers? What should you write about that will encourage, interest and keep your readers coming back for more? Like a book, should a blog be as interesting?