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A little glimpse of my first summer as a non-blogger(so far)...
It has since been a month since I have said a fond goodbye to that ever-so-wonderful blogging company that has helped me sharpen my writing skills and to get me where I am today; That company is called WordPress, and just for the record, I think, there may be people who may be asking me just what my very first summer as an ex-blogger has been so far. Now, I do not have any idea of what the next first months as a non-blogger would be like, but I would like to tell you this exactly in the here and now...
My very first summer outside of blogging has not been as great as I wanted it to be, but on the other hand, it is not as bad as I have expected either; The reason may have already been this: Right after my blogging days at WordPress were through this past June, my brain has been racking as to what kind of writing-related project I would very much like to do...So far, I had just gotten started on my manuscript for my very first book. Now, I know that this would sound a little out of the ordinary for some, but after I have written my manuscript, I plan on doing my coloring illustrations in which the readers would color in my illustrations after they have finished reading the book in which I am now working on; Now, I have not gotten started on that just yet, but hopefully soon...
Another reason that I have been having trouble getting my life after blogging off the ground is because, since I have left this kind of career entirely, it has gotten as hard as I thought it would at times to come up of any ideas that would excite your audience and to make them get ready to read the story as well as getting ready again for what they would be expecting from me; Yes, I think it is a little thing that falls prey on all writers that are called Writer’s Block, and I am thinking that I have that, due to the fact that I have been having problems with my relationship with my family, as well as having my time focused on my food service job.
But I think I know of a cure for Writer’s Block, and I think it is to step away from either the computer or the typewriter (or whichever thingie that you write) and just take a much-needed break. Taking a walk, having a smoothie, going to the supermarket or just going to the mall (oh wait, is there such a thing as those?!) can make all of the difference between finally coming up with a good idea to write something and to not have any idea at all.
Anyway, July is coming to an end, and the final month of the year, August, shall soon be on its way, and while I ask that you please do not ask me why I say this, but I just cannot wait for my uncle to get back to his job as a school bus driver in late August, so that I can finally have my peace...
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