The Seven Kingdoms of WordPress ~Game of Groans
Think about an object, an activity, or a cultural phenomenon you really don’t like. Now write a post (tongue in cheek or not — your call!) about why it’s the best thing ever.
I can’t wait to get up in the morning and reach for my tablet to check my blog emails while I wait for my body to realize it’s time to get out the bed. I get so excited when I see thirteen emails from the same person. I am just over joy to read every detail about their lives, new poems or stories they wrote. I am really thrilled to find that they also re-blogged everything they just read. Especially since I started following that person the last time they re-blogged their work. I’m glad they don’t wait until they read something that really moves and inspire them before re-blogging. Now I have information twice. I really love that.
It doesn’t even bother me that I post once or at most three pieces a day and they don’t take time to read not one thing I post. Considering some days I don’t even submit anything. There is so much information out there it’s nice I can follow it all on their blog.
Another thing I simple become ecstatic about is opening up a short story or news article that is six pages long. Why would anyone want to break it down to a couple of post? I mean I live to have thirty minutes of my time occupied because I don’t have much else to do anyway.
One more thing is I love are those fast readers who like my post before I even leave the dash-board. After all I’m not wasting my time writing to be read. It’s all about accumulating likes and increasing the number of visitors and followers. Which I must add I am elated with those blogs that are really advertisements that start to follow me. Well I should also include those bloggers who follow but never like or comment on any of my post they are the best. Followers that are never seen again. I rather have eight hundred and fifty followers instead of twenty regular readers and commenter’s.
Now if you enjoy this I have this bridge here in Brooklyn to sell.
Seriously I enjoy reading many of the blogs I follow. But it is my belief that one hand washes the other if you’re loyal to me I am to you. If you can’t find time to read any of my work I start to neglect reading yours even if I enjoy your writing. Not that I’m that full of myself but because I do have other things to do. I know we get backed up on reading each other work but you can stop by sometimes. I’m not saying I expect everyone to read everything I post. But if you choose to follow me is too much to ask that you read some of what I post? If you can’t read or don’t want to read my writing stop following me because eventually I will turn off receiving your emails. You see I write to be heard, silently but heard. My time is valuable just like every other blogger. I love writing too. Maybe it’s me but if people only post and never read what sense is it blogging. If I offended anyone please forgive me but as most of my friends know I try to keep it real.