Writing On WordPress

I’m not sure I’d know how to not write. Not any more. My personal Pandora’s box has been opened into the matrix of sharing for better or worse. I’ll continue to plant these words, hoping they might grow.

I don’t know why it took so long to realize how important WordPress is to me. Or why it took so long for me to take it more seriously.

Thank you for reading. I don’t consider any of you followers. Certainly not My followers. Rather, my peers.

Let’s see what this will be in ten years.


To new writers- If you don’t do it, It won’t do it. Your blog won’t grow itself. Think of the Great Hank Aaron and play on.

32 thoughts on “Writing On WordPress

    • Damn. What a good question. In my opinion I think as long as you start with one true sentence (Hemingway) it doesn’t matter. But I wouldn’t do either to long too often. Flooding peers email accounts for attention is exactly that.

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      • Oh, I know my Hemingway: he’s one of my favorite writers (learned a lot from his work). Great reference!๐Ÿ‘

        Thank you for your insight! I’ve been contemplating how much I should write. I’m new to blogging, and my purpose is to receive feedback on my writing, and interact with other writers. But I don’t want to turn people away from an overload of content.
        So, the last couple days I’ve been trying to read the works of others.

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      • I really appreciate you saying that. Your opinion means a lot to me, and I’ve enjoyed these back and forths. Have a good day, Matt!

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  1. You and me both my friend.
    While i was away and not writing, i felt incomplete.
    Writing makes me feel as a whole.

    Itโ€™s surreal how us writers feel that way.

    Keep it up my friend …
    Happy blogging โค๏ธ

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