In my previous two blogs, New story updates and Who Killed Emily updates, I talked about a lot about making my page friendly towards my episode/writing adventures as my interests have changed from 2015. In 2015, I was more into lists (I still am), but I am now more focused on my writing experience. Maybe later on this blog’s niche will change, but for right now it will focus on episode and my recipe posts. (I will be posting more recipe posts later on.)
In order to make my blog more episode friendly, I have added a page where I will showcase my stories. Right now, only Who Killed Emily? Will be showcased, because that’s the only story I have written, but once my new story comes out I will have a link to that on that page as well. I will also love to showcase some of my friend’s stories on here as well since all of them are wonderful authors who work so hard on their stories. I am always surprised to see that their story doesn’t have millions of reads.
For those who read my blog (mostly friends and family), I know how I have my blog set up and the topics I talk about don’t seem to be in a particular niche and that’s because just like I stated in my “What’s my niche?” post, I don’t have one. My blog literally is a place for me to rant away. It’s more of a diary than a blog. A lot of people think of blogs as businesses but for me my blogs serve as a diary. A place for me to talk about my passions. So, I would understand if someone who is only interested on my recipe posts might be frustrated to see me talk about tattoos or piercings, but again please keep in mind this is a diary for me not a business. If my recipes and rants help entertain people than yay!
I first created my blog for the purpose of creating a community as time went that wasn’t the case, and I love the route it has gone to now. It represents the real me not the me that wants to plan posts and worry about views.