How often should you post on your blog (and announcement on the future of this blog!)

After a prolonged absence, I’m back and thought I’d talk about how often you should post on your blog. And why I haven’t posted regularly for a while.

Most advise you to post often on your blog. I used to post every week, but after a few months I found I was running out of ideas. This blog was meant to be talking about the writing process and my experience with self-publishing, but once I had explored most subjects (at least that’s my impression), I found myself rehashing the same subjects through a different lens. And I wasn’t enjoying writing anymore. This is partly why I haven’t posted regularly. I prefer to not post anything, than post something I have written halfheartedly.

To this effect, I’ve been thinking about diversifying this blog and write other pieces, not just about the writing process. So I will be rearranging things on this blog and publish something different soon (I’m thinking along the lines of short stories and free poetry).

If you’d like a sneak peek, you can go to my instagram and look at the highlight titled “Thoughts” where I’ve started posting free poetry and quotes.

I appreciate every one of my followers and I’m very grateful you take the time to read what I post. I hope you will like the new stuff I will post soon. Stay tuned here for the next post and thank you for your support until now!

You will receive an email/notification when I post something on my blog (if you’ve subscribed to this), but I will also announce any new blog post on my Facebook Author page and my instagram page, so be sure to check those platforms for regular updates as well.

What would you like to read on this blog? Short stories or free poetry? Or something completely different? Leave a comment below. 🙂

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