Born to Blog

It took me several years of playing around on social media to realize that my first love on the Net – blogging – is still my passion. I love blogging!

I miss posting photos and blogging regularly. Writing a novel took me away from that, as I needed time offline to get the novel finished, but time on Twitter and Facebook has also cut into my blogging time.

I’d also noticed a drop in commenting in the last few years, and that was discouraging. The LIKE button came along, and many of us – yes me included – now find it easier to simply LIKE a blog post, rather than take the time to log in and comment.

While I can’t promise another novel won’t take me away from regular blogging (that would be a good thing, right?) for now, I’d like to try posting at least once a week again; to have some fun with taking and posting photographs again, and to try commenting on more blogs each week. I know how great it feels to read someone’s comment on my blog. I hope to give that back.

Meanwhile, it’s Saturday and it’s summertime, so I’ve just been chillin’: reading, gardening and picking bouquets of lilies, floating in the pool, and taking lots photographs ….my daughter and I loved these tangerine drinks, and I loved how they made those lilies pop!

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9 comments

  1. […] Born to Blog by Where the Butterflies Go […]

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  2. Blogging is such a great way to learn from others and express yourself. Great post!

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  3. gardenlilie says:

    Oh, your photo pops!!! Loud and beautiful!
    Congratulations on all you’ve done. I too like the blogging and hope to produce on mine in another month on a regular basis. Cheers:)

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  4. I can’t believe I forgot to mention my BLOG TOUR, which was all last month. I shared a lot about novel-writing and about myself and my novel while guest posting or being interviewed at 11 different blogs. Here are all the links!

    http://fictionella.com/strangely-incredibly-good-tour

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  5. blondeusk says:

    Welcome back and you should share more of what it was like to produce a novel! Great photo too 🙂

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