What to expect.

If you dare nothing,

then when the day is over,

nothing is all you will have gained.

— Neil Gaiman.

This quote by Neil Gaiman pretty much sums up my feelings of starting this blog. I want to become a better writer. I want to spend more time reading and talking about things I enjoy. I also want to feel and be productive. So why not a blog? This is a challenge, it is not at all grand in scope, but it is big enough that I have to take a few steps back or get on my tippy toes to see the point of it all, to see where it can go. So here I am typing a away, a train of thought, talking to you about what I want this blog to be.

Since this is a personal project and one I want to continue to have an interest in, I will set some rules for the blog:

  1. I will only write about topics involving books and related news that interests me(ie; publishing industry, literary themes, comic books, book reviews etc.).
  2. When I do write a post, I will make a point to add something new to the conversation so you, the reader, are gaining something new.
  3. I will write at least one new post a week.

If you notice that I am not keeping with the rules, feel free to send me an angry email or letter to hold me accountable. Just don’t be too mean. Mean enough so I get the point but not so mean that it breaks my spirit. I am a fragile individual. Thanks for joining me on this little journey. Let’s see where this goes.

2 thoughts on “What to expect.”

  1. I love the idea for this and can’t wait to see where this goes! And I love the title for your blog ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ

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