I think it’s only fitting for my 200th post to tell you all that I love blogging again. Since I stopped sticking to a stringent everyday schedule and started posted when and what I wanted, I’ve been able to enjoy blogging again. I love having the freedom to write when and what I want. I know you all understand that sometimes I just don’t feel like posting, so I’m able to post whenever the idea comes to me. I’m not obligated to post, but I’m doing it because I love it, because I want to share with you all what’s on my mind and what’s going on. I get to gripe about all things writing and share you with some inspiration that I find in my day to day life. I love it. I love having this blog because it helps me see a lot of who I am as I writer:
- I don’t like repetition. I don’t like writing the same thing over and over again which is why keeping up the schedule didn’t work for me.
- I also get bored pretty easily which you all probably know seeing as how my blog theme has changed at least 5 times since I started. Feel free to tell me to stop changing it already or tell me which one you liked the best. This also explains why I couldn’t keep up with the schedule because it started getting tedious and route.
And now, we’re back to no rules. I write what I want and when I want and you all get to take a step deeper into the mish-mash of my mind. No one’s complained so far, so I guess you all like it. And I hope you all continue to enjoy my ramblings and No Rules, Just Words. Here’s to 200 more posts.
From the #1 Rule-breaker,
P.S. Don’t forget Last Look Back is coming out November 14, 2014.
P.P.S. I’ve already started book 2 of the series. Now I know what you’re thinking, My can you get the first book out first. So, here’s the thing, I need to write, so there was no way I can wait until November to start book 2. Second, it turns out that I work out/exercise more when I’m working on a book, because I focus more during this time. I’m sure to schedule in my workout because it kickstarts my brain and allows the creative juices to flow better. I guess working out is a part of my writing process. I don’t know if that makes sense to you, but it does to me so if I’m going to stay fit, I’ve got to write. That was probably a longer story than you needed today. Okay, I’m done :-)