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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

ParanorMel may become a Ghost of the Past soon...

Lately, I have been seriously thinking. Thinking of what to do, when it comes to the blogging world.

I have this blog, as well as my main blog, The (Not Always) Happy Homemaker Diary.

For the most part as of late, I write, and I write, and I write. Yes, primarily for myself. Just to get out what I want to or that I need to.

As for ParanorMel, it is for those wishing to know that they are not alone, can relate to others and feel free to share their stories without societal persecution.

But the more I think about it, the more I see and compare, I think that my blogging days are coming to a standstill.

I'm wondering what the use is, anymore. Is it the fact that I don't blog on practically a daily basis? Is it because I don't hop on to every single Blogging Carnival out there? Is it because I don't comment on EVERY page I read?

I don't do cliques of any kind. I will have a buddy's back in their hour of need. And I will stand up for the underdog. But I don't care to always do or have the 'in' thing, be in the 'in' crowd. I love doing my own thing. And that also comes in to play within the writing world.

My great-grandmother was a famous Chicago Christian-based playwright. I have Mae Questel in my lineage, whom provided the original voice of Betty Boop. I've also got Jean Harlow and President Theodore Roosevelt within my bloodlines. So what? I am certainly happy and proud of my heritage. But they do NOT make me who I am.

If blogging means keeping up with the Jones' in regards to Blog Carnivals and mass commenting to "get noticed" or read, then the TRUE meaning and art of blogging has gone to the wayside.

It should never be about who has the better blog posts, the better blog layout, and all the other hullabaloo I have witnessed in my time around here, since about November of last year.

I've seen where some say that they don't run in cliques and don't do 'one-sided' things when it comes to blogging. But I'm sorry to say, I noticed. And yes they are in these 'cliques', though I don't think their eyes are open enough to really see. But I and others do.

As for fighting between to 'adults' in the blogging world? I stay the hell away. I have my own problems. In the real world mind you. So what good does it do for me and my blood pressure to jump in the middle of a cat fight? Not any good at all. For all parties involved. I say let them two have at it, remain neutral and state that you REFUSE to get pulled in.

Now, seeing as I am pretty sure that this post to will get brushed under the rug (as in not even read), let alone even validated by another's words (I'm NOT talking about Angel or Alexes y'all), I'm coming to a point of where to go from here.

Is The (Not Always) Happy Homemaker Diary and ParanorMel going to survive and move on to the next post? Or should I cut my losses, and realize the fact that I put too much time and energy in to these two blogs, that they should just be killed off?

I'm more active at the school now, then before. My kids and my home take priority. As does my husband. Plus we have a trip and the holidays coming up.

Is it all really worth it anymore? This will be a hard decision, being that I *really* do enjoy writing. But at what cost?

3 comments:

singedwingangel said...

rolmbo I notice you were quick to say not me.. Hey I don't have a clique as such. I have some great friends but not a clique cause I am not a clique girl. But you do what you need to do hun for your own sanity.. I will still be your friend cause I luvs ya like that

Jessica Penot said...

Don't quit blogging! You may not feel like people are reading, but they are. I had no followers and no commenters when an editor asked me to write a book based on my blog. I thought no one at all was paying attention, but they were. I know it is hard and if you have to quit for your sanity do, but I am a strong advocate of blogging. I think it brings wonderful things.

merricat said...

I started my blog - anonymously and told no one about it and didn't "promote" it - to simply write about my experiences as a paranormal investigator while I wasn't actually DOING it. Then, months later I went to an event and a number of people there were talking about me and my blog, (very favorably).
I write when I feel like it or want to share something I wish someone would have shared with me. Many great things have come to fruition because of it.

People are reading your writing - obviously, but only do it when YOU want or need to.

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