I realize asking a question to people who read my blog can be presumptuous. I realize that I could be setting myself up for massive laughs. That I might have to monitor the comments a bit quicker. That I might look at that squiggly line on my wordpress dashboard and see no movement all day. But I’ll take the risk to pose a question.
When I started blogging, a trusted friend (I won’t tell you it was David Swanson) told me to write “what you’re interested in, what you’d like to think about, what you’re passionate about.” I took that good advice. For now, David Swanson gets credit for it. Soon, he may not. So, I’ve been writing my interests, and I’ll consistently prepare posts that fall within the basic categories of faith, writing, and relationships.
I’m not dry or blocked. Things come up that I want to write about. Still, I’m one of those communicators who appreciates dialogue. I come from a tradition where the audience talks back. Where the people listening participate in what’s being said.
So I have a question for you. Since you’ve read a post or two. Hopefully.
What would you like me to post about? If you were to think about topics under this three-part umbrella, what would you like me to think about? Are there specific ways you think I can strengthen my blog, which for me connects with doing one good thing I enjoy (i.e., writing), particularly as it relates to these areas–faith, writing, and relationships?
This is a question I want you to answer. So leave me a comment. Now. Or think about it, come back and leave one. And I’ll thank you now for your gracious replies. And I’ll say this, too: if you see something that you think I should read or have, leave a comment about it or post the link.