It’s hard to believe we are almost halfway through the year already. What I also find hard to believe is that it’s already been a year and a half since starting up this blog. I went into this with relatively not very helpful advice from other bloggers and from there, I’ve been able to carve out my own path as a blogger. My blog is- aside from discussing my own writing- devoted to discussing storytelling and the writing process. Whether I’m interviewing a fellow writer or sharing my thoughts about the latest movie, to pondering over writers and their relationships with cafes and my creative influences, I always strive to stick to the core theme of storytelling and the various shapes and forms it takes.
At the time I started my blog, it was at convenient timing because I was already at the editing stage of A Moment’s Worth. As for my second novel, I’m actually blogging throughout its entire process in the making. But because I’m still in the midst of actually writing it, it will still be quite a while before I release it, and therefore, it will be a while before I discuss core topics that show up in it as I did in the months prior to A Moment’s Worth‘s release.
So in the mean time, I want to find something to keep my audience engaged. While I’ll continue to churn out posts as I’ve been doing before, like I said at the end of last year, I would love some input from my constantly growing audience. What kind of topics would you like me to do more or less of? Are their subjects regarding storytelling that I haven’t touched upon yet and you’d like to write about? Would you be interested in seeing me do more listicle-style posts and maybe even tackle blog challenges such as those 30-day ones? Is there anything about A Moment’s Worth or “The Shadows” you’d like me to talk about? The more feedback, the better. I strive to constantly improve as a blogger and I would like to give back to those who have been very supportive of me by following this blog and my other works.
Feel free to let me know in the comment section below or let me know on my social media (as you may be able to see on the right side of the screen). I just would really like to hear some input from the readers that I have.
A Moment’s Worth is now available through the following venues: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Smashwords, iTunes. Please leave a review if you can, for my goal is to get a total of at least 20 reviews on all venues (so far, I’ve gotten 7 reviews so I’m already past a quarter of a way to my goal).
Check out its Goodreads page, which includes two trivia quizzes for all who’ve completed reading it already.