Share the Love


I want to say thank you to a fellow blogger. As is the life of those who aspire to write, its only natural you’ll take the odd knock and feel as though your not getting anywhere.

Most will persevere, keep going, and rise above it, content in the knowledge that its all just part of the process.

Yet it helps to have others who are in the same boat as you, perhaps on a similar journey offer a helping hand and some friendly encouragement.

I want to extend a thank you to the author of a blog called The Good Twin. Although it was likely only a passing comment left on my page, it made my day. Incidentally it was also for a post that received the most views I have ever had.

So thank you, Josh.

As a result of this kindly chap stopping by my site, I have returned to blogging with a renewed vigour. Long may it last.

In way of payment I am going to make an effort to read more blogs in my area of interest and try and share the love a bit. I feel good and I’d like to spark that same feeling in others. Especially those who diligently tap away at a cold keyboard, a ghost to the world but for their fleeting bursts of creative output.

I feel for those people, and I’m going to find them.

Share the love people.

M;-)

2 responses to “Share the Love

  1. It is truly amazing the effect that readers can have on a blogger when they leave a comment. One of my readers unknowingly saved my life – and I am forever grateful that they did 🙂

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  2. Mark

    Thank you very much for the kind words. It is great to hear that I was able to give you some encouragement. You never can tell what time will bring when it comes to writing. I received a rejection notice a couple of days ago and the same evening, one of my blog posts made it to Freshly Pressed on the WordPress homepage. There are a lot of ups and downs. You just have to keep on truckin’. Keep writing.
    -Josh

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