Image via Wikipedia When I started blogging two plus years ago, I had zero readers but that was irrelevant. Having an outlet to keep me sane was my prime directive. Earthly writing also kept me sane but required at least 5,000 words, the typical length of a short story, my chosen literary genre. Whereas, blog… Continue reading
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From Rants to Riches. I Got Blog Bling!
Actually, I, ahem, received two awards, one from my awesome blog buddy Mrs. Blogalot, and the other from a new awesome blog buddy Fire Crystals. Geez, doesn’t anyone have names like Pam or Lisa anymore? Without further ado, here’s the Must Read award from a Must Read lady who is absolutely enchanting, hilarious, and an… Continue reading
Lord, I’m a Ramblin’ Woman.
I was interviewed by Karen at Blazing Minds. She has a great blogger interview series in addition to other engaging content that includes blogging tips, music & film reviews, memes, as well as Twitter tips. I receive daily updates by email, which helps me stay current on all Internet related news, i.e., cyber-threats, blog ads,… Continue reading
19 Questions to Stress Over or I’ve got a Memegraine.
I got tagged by Rebecca at The Snee, who is a hilarious satirist, fella New Englander and bloggy buddy. My assignment. To answer the following 19 questions to the best of my abilities or to the best of a highly intelligent amoebae’s abilities. 1. if you have pets, do you see them as merely animals,… Continue reading
I Live in a Place Called Hope.
Image via Wikipedia A metaphysical place that is . . . as I reflect on the past year without cracking the satirical whip. Right now, in the east, it is bitter cold and snow covers the ground. Folks are losing their jobs and there is a huge gap between rich and poor. Despite my own… Continue reading
How to Prevent Traumatic-Post Stress Disorder.
Channel your energy to your writing and not to outside distractions. Fads pass through the blogosphere faster than a toe-tapping politician can talk his way out of a bathroom stall while an unamused cop rattles a pair of handcuffs. But fads are just distractions, as is stressing over frivolous stuff, like your subscriber count,… Continue reading
Premeditated Blogging, Criminal, or Anal?
A Scene from Disorder in the Court.Image via Wikipedia Warning: Blogging Crime Scene! Sometimes it takes me two hours or more to write a blog post. Initially, the words bleed out onto the page, but then I review what I’ve written and the autopsy begins. Afterward, I put the pieces back together in a postmortem… Continue reading
Adventures in Blog Land.
Image via Wikipedia Recently, there’s been talk around the bloggerhood about what is real, prompted by a post by Mrs BlogAlot called Blog TV. Okay, maybe the question is only circulating around my hood, uh, er, head. With that said, my response to MrsBlogAlot‘s post was, “I know I’m real because I pinched my arm… Continue reading
Blogging: Connecting to Readers via a T1 Line to the Heart.
Image by mcclouds via Flickr THE HUMAN ELEMENT. I had to get this off my sagging chest by writing this, shall I say, wireless blog post, that, hopefully, like a wireless bra, will be both uplifting and supportive, without any annoying restrictions – a way to raise the consciousness, as it were. One day,… Continue reading
Writing on Life Support.
Image by mroach via Flickr No food for thought oozing through the feeding tube. I apologize for the lack of posts lately and visits to your blogs. At the end of the day (and the beginning), my brain looks something like an out of whack Mac suffering from hormonal dissonance. PC Cabana boy, fetch me… Continue reading