Check out this great post from Meg Dowell’s Novelty Revisions blog on what happens if you write something no one else is interested in.
When I first started blogging, I knew I wanted to focus on documenting my life as a writer.
Over time, I realized my friends, family, and classmates really didn’t care that much about writing — at least not the way I talked about it.
For those first three or four years, I had I’d say about 10 occasional readers. Almost all of them were people I didn’t know. But they were people who thought my topic — writing about writing — was interesting.
Even though my audience was small, and there were times it felt like no one cared about what I was doing, I kept doing it anyway. I liked writing about my passion. And slowly, over time, more people who also liked my passion found and started reading my blog.
It would have been very easy to give up early on in my blogging journey. I say that…
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