Still Here

It's been a few days. Not to many people are viewing this site yet, and that's okay. It will happen. Feels weird sometimes writing and talking to no one. Yet a part of me still feels that I am talking to someone. It's just going to be someone in the future. 

It reminds me of something I wrote on not too long ago about making the time for all this social stuff. How if you are focusing totally on all the social aspect and not doing the thing (writing/creating) that all this social stuff is aiming toward, then what is the point of the social presence to begin with? 

I used to scrutinize these posts for quite a bit, to make sure of what they were saying, their meaning, or would a reader take away a wrong impression about them. Would I sound like an amateur? Would I sound like an idiot who had no idea what he was doing? Then you hear all the comments about just do it, that you won't know what you are capable of until you try. And so I did. And now it's getting easier to just sit down and write something and not look it over a thousand times before posting. In fact, sometimes I just post after a quick go over. 

So I said as long as I put a comment about how I understand that this might not sound so great and i'd be growing into the part as I went, I felt at ease to just let it go and do it. It starts to become like second nature. But I also have to understand that if I stay away for too long, things could degrade, as well. 

If this isn't fun, something sort of spontaneous, then it's just another thing that is keeping me from my goal of being a published author--of getting my stories into the hands of someone who will hopefully get to escape the hardships of life and go on an adventure, or get swept away into a world of terror and learn something about themselves, perhaps. So I need to make this something fun, not scripted. 

I hope to get people to comment on here, as well, maybe even back and forth with other blogs and such. Maybe grow a community--a group of people, a writing family if you will, who are on the same voyage as myself. And it doesn't matter what industry you are in, entertainment, movies, music, writing scripts for TV, etc. It's all the same underneath. It doesn't even matter if you are already a published best selling author (wink), all are welcome. 

That's it for now, hope to hear from SOMEONE soon :) 

Until then, keep writing. 

WCM

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