Hi guys. Happily though unintentionally, this week has turned into a guest-bloggy kind of week.
The first one is today. I am over at Rochelle Melander's Write Now! Coach blog. The post is titled Lessons from High School Drama: Attitude vs. Aptitude. Pretty stoked, she is wonderful to work with and gives some pretty fantastic writing advice over there. And don't forget to check out her book Write-A-Thon. It could be an invaluable aid to anyone interested in NaNoWriMo, but I'm sure the advice in there applies to anyone writing at all.
So there's that going on, and then a special series on writing space going on tomorrow and a guest blog visiting us here on Thursday (talking about money. You won't wanna miss that one.) So (said in my best announcer voice) tune in tomorrow for more not-to-be-missed information.
Cool, yeah? It always makes my day when I'm approached about doing a guest post or hosting a guest blogger. That's what this community is all about, right? But anyway, what I wanted to ask you all is this:
How is the 5-day blog schedule working out for you all, and would particular themed days be of interested to you?
I blog five days a week (sometimes [often] more) because I want to. I love talking to and hearing from all you guys, the more often the better. But I don't want it to be too much. Because blogging so frequently makes for some serious, informational posts and for lots of other not-so-seriously informational posts, I want to make sure that's not a bad thing for you, or bothersome.
Many blogs also have themed days, like "Music Monday" or "Tell-the-Truth Tuesday" or something like that, and I would love to get your thoughts on that too. Does having one or two structured theme days make things more manageable for you the reader? And if yes, what types of themes would be of most interest to you?
Obviously I'm going to have to take any ideas you may have into consideration and decide for myself before I make any changes, but I really want to know what you think. Please don't be shy, and don't worry about hurting my feelings or anything like that. I can take it. It benefits both of us for me to know what would make things easier and more interesting for you personally. I really mean this, even if this is your first time to the bloggy blog, let me know your thoughts. And thanks :)