I have been posting five times a week for quite some time now. If you visit here regularly or are a follower, you know that Mondays I have usually posted something about writing or my specific writing journey. However, I have recently attempted to start Tea Time Talk posts every other Monday, in the hopes that some of you would connect to it and we could build a little community of Monday blogs every other week. This idea seems to have no response.
Tuesdays I participate in Top Ten Tuesdays that was started by The Broke and the Bookish. Because reading goes hand-in-hand with writing, I like to include this post, and I tend to get the most comments on these posts.
I have been taking Wednesdays to be quiet and just post a photo that I have taken each week. This seems to be something that several of you like.
Since the month of April, I have been posting poems that I write each Thursday.
Finally, ever since I have seen the Flash Fiction Friday posts by Melanie Noell Bernard, I have been posting my own Flash Fiction pieces each Friday, some longer than others. I have been told by one person that she feels like I leave the stories unfinished.
Now, I come to the point of this post. Keeping in mind that my intent is to keep this blog writing focused, I would like your feedback. I would like to know what posts you like here. I would also like to know if there are any that you do not like, and what are they? Is there something you would like to see here that I have not done?
Please leave your honest, respectful comments because, as much as I write this blog for myself, I also want others (you) to find something you like here so that you’ll want to return, if not day after day, at least week after week.
4 thoughts on “Reflections and Opinions”
Hi Kelly – I always enjoy reading your posts. I like the tea time idea, and hope to someday join in that conversation. Your top ten list always gives me ideas of books to read, or reminds me of the books I have on my bookshelf that I need to dust off and devour. I also enjoy your photos. I’m amazed at the number of characters you have created with your flash fiction. Character development is something I’m always working on, but I find that somewhat challenging. I seem to be more of a non-fiction writer. Blogging takes lots of work. Keep pressing forward.
Thank you, Jill, for your kind comments and your words of encouragement. I just noticed my numbers slipping in my statistics and wanted to give my readers the opportunity to let me know if there was something they’d like to see that I haven’t done, or if there is something they don’t really care for or are tired of seeing. I really like reader input. 🙂
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Thank you for your kind comments, John. I just wanted to give my readers a chance to express themselves if they would like me to change or add something here on the blog. I’m always willing to try new things.
Kelly, your posts are always read and appreciated. (Sorry about the passive voice, but there are surely others besides me.) Top 10’s always provide a list to disagree with and add to.
Sorry tea time didn’t get much response It sounds like it is a good starter for those with writer’s block, but i’m not a blogger and there were a lot of rules and some of the topics sounded a lot like face book which i have managed to avoid.
Keep up the good work. I know successful blogging requires regular posting to build your platform