Bloggers And Their Words

Writing Tip: Be comfortable blogger while you writing.

Writing Tip: Be comfortable blogger while you writing.

The blogging world is like going to the movies. Some blogs are masterpieces. Others are full of such intelligent writing they bring pure joy. Occasionally there may be the dud. However my heart can be so glad for the reading experience dud or not because I am alive and learning.
Bloggers and their words can be absorbing. What does it take to be such a great blogger? Blogger if you are serious the first step is to stay in the game. Allow yourself to be taken away in your writing to make your dreams of authorship become reality. Make your writing a part of you so it becomes a memory forever that you have.
Bloggers and their words are important. The audience should not be taken for granted. Never is it good for writing to be like nails on a chalkboard. Perhaps that means in the seclusion of your home while you are writing, a newness and a freshness must be envisioned. Do not be afraid to share your heart. Opening yourself and telling your experiences is cathartic and possibly may be exactly what your reader needs. Bloggers and their words are powerful.

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12 thoughts on “Bloggers And Their Words

  1. John

    I totally agree, but opening up about things on your site can bring on the trolls and haters and… Hence I tend to hold back when there are many subjects I would love to write about.

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    1. alesiablogs Post author

      This brings up an interesting point. Where do we limit ourselves when it comes to points of view we may have that are different from others? I find this an interesting conversation that we must engage in, but I understand your reservations. I suppose a blogger could be fair to his/her reader in defining what their blog is all about. The harsh reality is we are in the driver’s seat and can cut off the engine at anytime if we do not want to read a post that could be offensive to us…Thanks for sharing this. Alesia

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  2. bottledworder

    This is a great line: “The audience should not be taken for granted. Never is it good for writing to be like nails on a chalkboard. ” I try to avoid this but sometimes I succumb. That’s a problem with the ongoing nature of the genre.

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    1. alesiablogs Post author

      I am reminded of my son learning to drive. We say practice makes perfect as he goes over a curb going 30 mph! And of course I am on that curb as it is not his side going up but mine- the passenger!

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  3. A.M.B.

    I agree! I love reading blogs– I’ve learned so much from so many people without leaving my living room. The best ones contain true emotion and share real experiences (like Vonnegut said about novels!).

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    1. alesiablogs Post author

      Thank you for saying that! I feel like I am still trying to find what I should focus my blog solely on and I just have not figured that out. I suppose I would call myself a generalist, but one with a lot of passion! I appreciate you dropping by from your own home!

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