What is this, the fourth post? And, already I’ve run out of things to say. Figures.
That’s why I didn’t want to start a blog to begin with. I have nothing to say! Anytime people ask, I have to answer, “I’m not that interesting.” I’m not. I could go on and on about nothing, or how I have nothing to say, but I’m afraid that would turn into something like a Seinfeld episode.
Wow. That totally dates me.
I’d talk about all the books I read, but I don’t really read that many. Which is probably not a good thing for a writer. Writer’s are supposed to read, otherwise you’re “writing in a vacuum.” Whatever that means. I read that on another writer’s blog somewhere.
It’s probably good advice, read more. Just in general, we should all read more. I can also see how writing has changed over time. Where to start the story, what makes a good story, what things we write about, read about. Even though there’s something like only seven plot lines and all the stories have been told, we keep telling the stories. But we change how we tell the stories.
That’s the story, I guess. How telling the story has changed.
Huh. Look at that. A whole blog post. Good for me.