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9-16-2011 @ 11:01AM
Even though I've been playing WoW for over 4 years, I didn't really get into reading WoW blogs until last summer. The Cata beta was in full swing, and I started a new job that involved down-time and a web browser. I couldn't access sites that were flagged for "gaming" but I could look at blogging sites all I liked.I started out with reading blogs of those who were in the Cata beta, and then I found the WoW blogging community at large. Since then, I've been wanting to start my own, but writing is rather daunting to me, when it's not the bite-sized chunks I often put on this site or my guild's.I do have a few blog names reserved on Wordpress, my main one being "ShieldSpec" because my favorite toons are a prot warrior, a resto/ele shaman, and a disc priest. Oh, and I have an uncoming prot/holy paladin. So yeah, I like shields. :)Hello to fellow Wordpress bloggers that I've just followed! Perhaps I will be inspired to write something soon.
9-16-2011 @ 11:11AM
I still say you should just sit down and try to blog. Your posts don't need to be long to be good! :)
9-16-2011 @ 11:51AM
Trying this again- can't seem to get this posting business to work...!I agree with HappyTreeDance (after what she said about my blog I'd agree to anything - thank you HappyTreeDance!)Just go for it! Start writing. You might not even know what you want to write about until you start. And then you might not be able to stop. And short can sometimes be very good. I try- but I always have something more to say!Go for it!!!
9-16-2011 @ 2:47PM
Amen to that! I need to follow this advice myself and actually write non-blocks of text sometimes. Less can definitely be more!
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