On the Blog Track and Floundering

You know, for a long time I have realized that I need to blog if I really want to be serious about freelance writing.  Problem is, I haven’t known what to do to find that elusive niche that will propel a blog into cyberspace likeability.

I’ve polled Facebook friends.  I’ve searched the ‘net.  All in search of that blog topic that will work within my realm of knowledge or experience.  I’m a wife and mommy, but there are a quazillion of those types of sites.  I’m a committed Christian, and my writing definitely takes on those values.  But again, there are oodles of Christian sites.  I like words–I really like words–and I’m totally into grammar.  Yet who is going to get all tingly over a grammar blog?

So I’ve come to a conclusion.  To steal from an old Nike slogan…just do it.

Here’s a slant that I think I’ll start with:  I’m a writer/editor who is trying to figure out how to make it in the cyber world.  My plan is to try out blogging about how to narrow down my focus and figure out what works.

If you’re interested in finding out what I learn along the way, I invite you to join me on the journey.  Beware, learning curves ahead.

Wish me good writing!


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