So we find ourselves here again. You feebleminded goons have once again returned to the internet to foolishly waste away the day reading blogs. And I’ve come here to carefully implant evil ideas into your unsuspecting little head.
Of course we could be at the library looking for some just as exciting books on paper. But why would we? We have the internet and it’s full of talented writers and like all of you, I’m obsessed with it too. We could be out there now flipping pages and feeling emotionally wrapped up in a great read. But what if that annoying girl who is obsessed with vampires is there. You don’t wanna run into her. But on the internet you can simply avoid her and refuse to read her blog. It’s a cold world out there. And there are plenty of people you don’t want to interact with. But maybe, if we all went out to see it for ourselves more often, we’d find people that we like. You probably won’t, but it’s worth a try. Even if you don’t, maybe some chump will enjoy your work. Who knows?
I know the other day I said nothing was great. But I was wrong. It turns out the internet can get incredibly boring. Each new letter I type I can feel the life being sucked out of me. The good news is it’s not your fault and it’s not my fault either.
Blogs are a great way to discover many people kinds of writers from around the universe. I just found this awesome blog by someone called bottledworder. I urge you to check out his series on the writer, if you’ve never seen it. it’s just my kind of thing. But back to my point. The only way to truly share your gift with the worlds is to go out there into the real world and get engaged. Just stay inside for now. The weather’s horrendous.
This all might seem like a bunch of senseless babble to you. But this blog is not the progress. This blog is a report on the progress. And now the progress makes no sense. But that’s a good thing. Anyway, goodbye.