While I didn’t gain scads of new followers during the Challenge, I figured I’d
do a filler post devote a day to explaining what my blog
is about when I’m not doing a month of etymology. See, normally I only do one
day a week of etymology. Big difference.
Unlike most bloggers, I post on a Tuesday-Thursday-Saturday blogging schedule because I just have to be different, and you don’t want to be bored just because it’s an off day, do you? Anyway, I use the word ‘anyway’ to segue a lot, and I’m always trying to crack jokes in hopes of making people laugh and feeling less insecure. I also like to post about writing/publishing on Tuesdays, etymology/other word related stuff on Thursday, and something fun on Saturday. Or a rant. Sometimes I rant. You should get used to that.
So that’s what my blog is, and it’s a pretty good representation of who I am, too : ). In general, my posts are a bit longer than this one, especially the etymology ones!, but not so long that you can’t read them during a coffee break. I do this for you. Certainly not because I can’t think of long posts to write. All for you.
Later! Have a nice weekend!
Time to get back to normal.ReplyDelete
Most people do a theme during the Challenge and aren't surprised when a blogger's posts afterwards aren't exactly what they did during the Challenge. As long as everything is in the same spirit, you're good!
Have a good weekend!ReplyDelete
We're watching Shark Tank right now...every time someone asks the inventors a question, they start the answer with, "So..." Your "anyway" transition reminded me of that! I blog on M, W, and F...I think it's important to have consistency and it looks like you do, too!ReplyDelete
Everyone does a theme during A to Z except for me. But that's just how I roll...ReplyDelete
You could always do an "about" page where you explain your schedule. Although, those of us who have been following you all along already know it ;)
I like that you schedule your posts on 'off' days, it seems like everyone posts on Monday or Friday.ReplyDelete
'Anyway' solves a lot of problems, doesn't it? It's so hard to think of a smooth transition from one thought to another. I know i waste a ton of time on it - probably explains why my posts take 4-6 hours to write!
It feels good to be back to normal scheduling. :)ReplyDelete