When I looked back at my first blog entry written in the summer of 2006, I wrote a short blurb about my thoughts on blogging. I felt kind of stupid doing it and wondered if any one would ever see my words. But I wanted my blog to personalize my journey with my writing efforts.
In answer to my question yesterday, Mellisa wrote:
I am always disappointed when I go to an author's website and find that they don't have a blog. I think it opens the door on who the person is behind the book/story.
I feel that same way--I go looking for their blog to interact--to find the personal side of the writer. Not sure if that is a writer thing or just me. So when I started my blog--I wanted to interact with other writers to hear about their struggles as well.
Question: Who are you writing for when you write on your blog? How do you let people know in cyberspace that you are blogging at all?