I am a writer and I have a blog. It is here for me to share my writing, thoughts, and inspirations with the world. I am a huge believer in the power of the written word and believe there is no better way to express your thoughts and feelings than with words.
I am on Blogger, the blogging platform that many of you know. Most of you probably have a blog, too. I have been blogging for over six years and have written hundreds of articles. I have been blogging about games, movies, books, music, and other nerdy things since 2006.
If you’ve ever been in a game, you’ve probably always heard that you can play the game. But when you get back to your old school, that’s the last thing you need. It’s very hard to play games when you already own an RPG, a puzzle game, or a video game. But a book is the last thing you need to play when you haven’t been in a game.
So why blog? Well a) because I enjoy writing. I love to write about games and reading books. But more importantly I love to play games. I like to play with friends and play with strangers. I like to make games. I like to make games that people are going to play on the internet.
But one of the best things about a blog is that you can do it in a public space, like a blog, which you can do on your own website, or a social networking site, where you can let your friends and fans know exactly what you are doing. And if you are a book-lover, then you can do it in a bookstore, or a library, or at your local library.
I’m not one of these people who just likes to blog because it is a way to tell people what you are doing and what you are thinking, or how you feel. I actually play games because I like to play games. But I also like to blog because I like to think about what I am doing and what I am thinking.
This is also where I get the nickname of the “Blogger with a Penis,” the one who is always blogging and never getting any of it in.
I am one of those people who like to find new blogs and read them, or share them and comment on them. Betsy, you know that I like to read and comment on blogs. And, I even like to find new blogs, so I am definitely not a blog hater.
I’m a big believer that we should always be thinking about our actions as well as we are thinking about what we are doing. This is especially true when it comes to blogging. I find it very easy to get lost in the thoughts and ideas of others. However, I have learned that if I am not careful, I can start thinking about what I am doing and what I am thinking when I am not doing it.
Bloggers can become victims of overthinking and overgeneralization. It’s easy to get caught up in thoughts that aren’t specific to your own blog. I’ve been guilty of this myself, thinking that I have an opinion about the latest Apple product that does not relate to my blog’s topic. I can go on and on about my opinion, but in truth, it’s not an opinion. I am simply saying that the product I am talking about does not belong to Apple.