It took me a very long and irritating time to log in and now I kinda don’t want to write anymore. But want to start a habit now
One of my biggest problems with writing is actually figuring out what I want to write(and sticking with it). This is something that’s kind of important for someone who’s trying to make a career out of writing. You know, like me.
It’s hard to think of something to write on, considering that I don’t see myself as much of an expert on anything, but apparently that’s fine for now and I can learn as I go. After a bit of poking around on the internet, I’m starting to narrow down some possible niches that I’m interested in writing on, so I thought I might as well talk about them. These are in no particular order except the order in which they came into my head.
Okay, so I’m not the making-outfits-from-scratch type of cosplayer (yet). For now I stick to just altering what I can find at Goodwill. But cosplay is a hobby of mine, as is visiting conventions and looking at other people’s cosplay. And I have put together some pretty decent outfits. So a closet cosplay blog might be good to do.
Ah, my old standby. Writing about writing is kinda meta, isn’t it? I could discuss tips I’ve found for creating characters and plots, and share programs that I find useful. I could also just post daily short pieces, though I’m already having trouble with creative block so that might be a bad idea. Either way, if I go with this I might not have to change the blog title from “Art of Adoxography”…
Ignoring the fact that I have never been to a legit Broadway show! I do have a deep, near-ridiculous passion for musical theater. I could talk about favorite songs, most amazing stunts and choreography, most beautiful set pieces and costumes, best adaptations… The morality of bootlegs…
Idk it could be funny and relatable… maybe that’ll be a side blog if I get that far
Japan and its culture are another of my great loves. Writing a blog about learning Japanese might help other people who are struggling to learn completely on their own (for example, every advice blog says ‘practice speaking with a friend’ but you don’t have any Japanese speaking friends). It might also give me the kick in the pants I need to get serious about studying goddammit confusing yourself with Kpop is not helping you and you know this
Analyzing my favorite fictional guys
Heh. This was also kinda a joke. But actually this could work. Each post could be about a different character that I’ve found myself attracted to. I could explore why I and other people find said person appealing, how stable and healthy of a person said character is, maybe do some stats….
So what’s your favorite idea? Let me know in the comments below!
…it’s funny because I was pretending like I had an actual audience. Haha. Ha.