It's not a story it's a perspective.
If you have notice on my blog, I started a mini series that I have writing for the past few weeks. I enjoy writing it because I think it reflects society and our morals. If you haven't check out, I suggest you do so because you will probably find an enjoyment somewhere along the series.
This blog post will be kind of like an update. I realize that the components of writing a blog isn't constantly writing a story. In fact, blogs shouldn't even have stories or so people say-but mine does because...well, why not? Recently, I was told by a stranger to change directions towards this. In no way am I offended, I am instead curious.
Telling someone to change their objective is very difficult especially when one doesn't even know their purpose. To tell someone to change something, especially like this, I feel like that's as if you are telling them to change their perspective. Yes, I could be wrong about this but to say I have to find ways to attract and make it appealing to my audience is just hilarious to me.
In no way am I saying this in any negative way, but I completely feel like if I have an audience and I am able to attract them, I should be able to write whatever it is I plan to write. If there is no audience for me right now, well that just means that I haven't found them yet.
To be very honest, I don't know where I'm heading with my blog. Though, that doesn't mean I am winging it. I just don't have a definite theme/direction I want for my blog. My writing is very expressive and I let it take over me, meaning that I will write whatever I feel at the moment.
Like I said, this isn't some story or series, this post is a perspective. My perspective, which I guess I didn't put enough in my blog so here I am now. Of course, the story will continue but I will occasionally have a break.
Thank you for reading, now get off the computer or your phone and enjoy life.
It's a perspective, not a story.