Guess what this post will be about?
That’s right, pennies.
Okay, this article is not about pennies, despite the three very informative videos above. It’s about this thing called “writer’s block.”
A wise man once said that writer’s block doesn’t exist; you just have to lower your standards. That wise man is right, if you think about it. The problem is, I prefer not to leave my readers with an awful post that could turn off lots of would-be followers all because I lowered my standards.
Then again, my posts may be complete garbage, and people are only giving me pity likes because they feel sorry for me. If that’s the case, please keep doing it, guys. Fake likes are almost as sincere as real likes.
Anyway, I came up with a list of ways to delete writer’s block (for bloggers):
- Write a blog post about having writer’s block and annoy your readers.
- Write an award post.
- Post a bunch of polls (I did this! Look below.).
- Tell yourself you’ll do it later.
Now, as those who have read my blog from the very beginning know, I had asked you guys if you’d like to read a bunch of posts about me blogging Divergent, by Veronica Roth. I had thought that the majority of readers didn’t want me to, but after looking back at the poll a few days ago, I found that six people have voted for it and only 2 people against it. Since my viewership has grown a bit since then, I’m sure that the results will change if I put up a similar poll. So vote in the following two polls, please.
All the options are YA series, with the exception of Les Misérables, which was chosen because a lot of my followers (whom I follow back) have read it and loved it.
Anyway, thanks for voting, and I hope you have a good day. Unless your name is Denise. In that case, I hope you have a very, very, bad day.