Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Top 10 Blogging Confessions

 Top 10 6 Blogging Confessions
(Feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish)

So I couldn't come up with 10, and while I started to feel a bit guilty about that, I realized that I just have to let my guilt go when it comes to books and writing, and embrace that I've kept this endeavor going far longer than I ever thought I would.  That being said, here are a few of my blogging confessions.

1) I'm terrible at proofreading.  Horrible.  And I like commas,. and I'm sure I over use them, a lot

2) I feel guilty when I don't post.  Really guility.  It's not as if the five wonderful people who actually read my blog would even notice, but I feel committed to this here blog, and when I skip a day it's like I've forgotten to turn in a homework assignment.

3) I'm not always as honest as I'd like to be.  I can't even imagine having a book published.  The time.  The frustration.  The bravery to have your words read by others.  So when I come across a book I don't particularly like, it's hard for me to say how I truly feel because I so totally admire that authors who have the courage to put themselves out there.

4) If it wasn't for this blog, it is very likely that I would have no recollection of what I've read.  I'm kind of terrible at remembering plots and names.

5) I really write to amuse myself.  I sometimes think my reviews need to sound more professional, and then I realize that the whole point of this exercise has been to express myself, so it can't be helped that a little bit of my weirdness slips onto the screen.  Some of my favorite posts to write have been about random things I think are awesome (i.e. Tim Curry), and those are purely for my own enjoyment.

6) I don't make enough time to keep up with some of my favorite bloggers.  Really need to do that.

Can't wait to see what's on your list!


  1. Oh, I can really relate to #2 and #3! And I love the way you put yourself into your blog.

  2. I'm with you on 1,3 and 4. You really shouldn't feel guilty about skipping some posts. And I was bemoaning that my review are too stiff and don't have enough personality so I also don't think you should feel bad about #5!

  3. It's like you're in my head. I struggle with #3 all of the time. And #4 really describes my reading life. I never remember details later.

  4. It's so nice to know I'm not the only person who struggles with honesty and short term reading memory loss :) That's what I love so much about bloggers and blog readers...you realize you're not alone! Thank you so much for stopping by!


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