So if you have been following me for a while, you know I’m not the best at keeping up with my blog, and I have lapses in which I write for a few times and then forget about writing for like a month.
I was reading ‘Real Artist’s don’t Starve’ and one of the chapters talked about how you should practice your art in public, which went on to explain that what it meant by that is that if you wait till the perfect time and place for you to showcase your art or passion, you will end up without anything. *Side note, this book is one I’m highly recommending now to everyone even if you aren’t creative because it was so good!*
And I started thinking about that. About how I call myself a writer but the only real writing that y’all might see me do is on here every now and then, while I keep all my passion and words of my novels I’m working on locked deep inside and away from any sort of public criticism. Which honestly makes me laugh now that I’m thinking of it.
I mean, I want to enter in one of the professions where people make it a job to tell you precisely why they hated your book or why they thought this was horrid, and yet I can barely stand to show my work off?
Which pushed me to my decision.
For the 31 days of December, which I’m tagging as #31DaysofBlogmas I will be writing in here, every single day.
Will I fail? Oh most likely.
Will I have some posts that will be all pictures and barely any words? Yes.
But will I try to do this? Yep.
Yeah, so this is my plan, and I’m hoping that I can at least finish 20 out of the 31 days, which would make me happy, if I finish all of them, well maybe I’ll reward myself with more books 🙂
Happy reading Dragons, and remember, life is too short for mediocre books!